Different Manufacturers Premium Packs
There are many similar premium packs, available from the many different motorhome manufacturers and dealers. It is all about options and what a customer wants the specification to be. The premium packs are optional costs and available in the ranges. Therefore, some are bespoke and model specific. However, some are optional for the customer to decide. Also, more likely than not, on most new motorhomes, buyers opt to have the premium packs fitted. In fact, there is good reason for this, as when it comes to sell second hand. Thus, enhancing the range of the specification and adding real value to the residual value.
Free Premium Packs
Many dealers do deals that sometimes included a free premium pack. Also, dealers when ordering a new motorhome for stock will always order them with the premium pack. This enhances the specification and allows a flexible way to upgrade a specification. It also helps to become a deal clincher if a deal throws in a free dealer pack.
Premium Packs Dealer Information
Different motorhome manufacturers have different options available. Many are referred to as premium packs. Most have and the costs and options where applicable in their brochures. However, all new motorhome dealers will have the information to hand. You may find that they differ in certain descriptions as premium packs. Some extras are in the form of cost options, where an option provides a different price are common place. All new dealers will try and help anyone find the right options and premium packs.
Peugeot and Fiat Engine Technology
Euro six engines with the AdBlue technology on Coachbuilt and Van Conversions. AdBlue, unlike fuel it is not injected into the engine, but directly into a specially modified part of the motorhomes exhaust system. Therefore, this begins a chemical reaction that removes the polluting oxides of nitrogen (NOx), converting them into harmless oxygen and nitrogen. So, a selective catalytic reduction, or SCR for short. SCR is only applicable to diesel engines. In fact, the more economically you drive, typically, the less AdBlue® will be consumed.
Mercedes-Benz Turbo Diesel 163 bhp Engine
Mercedes benz range is powered by the highly efficient Mercedes Benz Turbo Diesel 163bhp. There are options to upgrade to the V6 190 bhp engine. Also, available is an upgrade option to the 7 speed fully automatic gearbox. Safety wise, the Mercedes Benz range has ESP with active skid control ABS brakes with EBD.
Fiat Ducato Comfort Matic Gearbox
The 150 / 160 bhp Turbo Diesel Peugeot engine is standard on many motorhomes. Mostly on the Coachbuilt and Van Conversion ranges. Customers who would like an automatic transmission option, whilst an additional cost they are available. Fiat Comfortmatic are the popular option.
Grade 3 Classification
Grade 3 classification is achieved by completing rigorous testing inside Truma’s cold chamber. Thus, motorhomes are exposed to extreme temperatures of minus 15°C. So, the challenge is to overcome the cold, as it does battle with the heating system. Therefore, the interior must achieve a minimum temperature of +20°C within a four hour period.
Premium Packs Winter Packs for Motorhomes.
So, there is no doubt that the winterization of motorhomes has extended the use in colder climates. In fact, many people now go into those climates enjoying the snow. Therefore, happy with the fact that their motorhome adventures can be extended. Having Grade 3 status does provide its customers with many different options.
Premium Packs for Winter
The premium pack for winter use usually consist of Fresh and Waste Water Tank Heater Blankets. Concertina Cab Blinds. In Lieu of Cab Curtains. Truma Combi Heater Upgrade. Wheel Arch Insulation Tank Blankets. This can all be retro fitted by most motorhome dealers.
Insurance And Warranty Quotes Online
The links below take you through to find insurance and warranty quotes online. There are ways to compare quotes. Most motorhome dealers will be able to help you find insurance as well.