Nigel Donnelly

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Autocruise is launching a new four-berth camper at the Caravan and Motorhome Show, Manchester this week.

Autocruise is launching a new four-berth camper at the Caravan and Motorhome Show, Manchester this week. 

 

The Peugeot Boxer-based Quartet is the first Autocruise conversion to feature four berths and four travel seats. Besides the lounge double bed, the Quartet has longitudinal bunk beds located in the rear offside corner, with a washroom alongside and an amidships, side-facing kitchen. It comes as standard with Peugeot’s new Euro 5-compliant 2.2-litre turbodiesel engine, which is good for 130bhp.

 

Visitors to the Caravan & Motorhome Show at EventCity in Manchester later this week will be the first to see the new Quartet model in the metal. For details of the show and advance ticket deals, visit the show website.

Autocruise Quartet

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