Benjamin Davies

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TEC Motorhomes from Germany is back in the UK, thanks to a new tie-up with Geist Direct, the company that sells motorhomes built to UK specification by German manufacturer LMC.

TEC Motorhomes from Germany is back in the UK, thanks to a new tie-up with Geist Direct, the company that sells motorhomes built to UK specification by German manufacturer LMC.

 

Geist motorhomes are sold direct but, as the UK agent for TEC, Geist Direct is aiming to set up a national dealer network. The TEC range for 2011 includes two FreeTEC and five RoTEC models, all based on the Fiat Ducato. Four of the RoTECs are also designated ‘LIFT’, to indicate they have a pull-down ceiling bed upfront. On-the-road prices start at £48,950.

 

What’s more, all low-profile coachbuilts with a flat roof can be specified with an elevating roof, at a cost of just under £3000. It provides an extra two sleeping berths up top, and is easy to raise on gas struts and lower at the pull of a rope. Pictured is the RoTEC Ti 697G sporting the roof at the recent NEC show.

 

For more information, contact Geist UK on 0191 492 1708/01522 697 070 or visit the company's website.

 

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