Rob Ganley
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Consett-based manufacturer Elddis has built its reputation on manufacturing a budget range of motorhomes, Autoquest. For the 2011 season, though, it tried its hand at building a luxury range of motorhomes, called Aspire.

Consett-based manufacturer Elddis has built its reputation on manufacturing a budget range of motorhomes, Autoquest.

 

For the 2011 season, though, it tried its hand at building a luxury range of motorhomes, called Aspire.

 

And aspirational they certainly are. Of the three model, Peugeot Boxer-based line-up, we particularly liked the 240, with its end-lounge layout and enormous kitchen area.

 

The interior is extremely stylish, with luxurious kit levels that include the Alde wet central heating system.

 

Read our full live-in test write up, or click below to watch our video review.

 

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