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Auto-Trail Expedition

2 models with prices starting from £36,995

Expedition Specification

Weights & Dimensions

Technical Information 66 67
Beds 2 2
Seatbelts 2 2-4
Engine 140 BHP(as standard) 140 BHP(as standard)
Weight 3500kg 3500kgs
Length 5.99m(19'7") 5.99m(19'7")
Width (Mirrors Folded) 2.27m(7'4") 2.27m(7'4")
Height 2.68m(8'7") 2.68m(8'7")
Mass in Running Order 2870kg 2930kg
Maximum gross train weight 6000kg 6000kg

Bed Sizes

Bed Sizes 66 67
Rear double m (Imperial) 1.86 x 1.91 (6'1" x 6'3") 1.86 x 1.36 (6'1" x 4'5")



Data & accuracy: The contents of this publication are as accurate as possible at the time of going to press (Oct 2019), but this brochure should not be regarded as an infallible guide to current specifications, nor does it constitute an offer for the sale of any particular vehicle. Details of performance, dimensions and weights are subject to minor deviations within manufacturer tolerance limits (max +/- 5%).

Note 1: The Mass In Running Order (MIRO) - Weight of the Motorhome equipped to the manufacturer’s standard specification including essential habitational equipment.

Note 2: Maximum User Payload includes Personal Effects Payload, conventional load and the Optional Equipment Payload.

Note 3: Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) - The technical maximum permissible laden weight of the Motorhome.

Note 4: Please ensure that you’ve allowed for the masses of all items you intend to carry in the Motorhome.

Note 5: All data is calculated using metric weights and measurements. The imperial figures quoted are conversions thereof. All dimensions have a tolerance of +/- 25mm.

Note 6: Your Motorhome weights have been calculated with all water tanks empty and you are recommend to travel with all water tanks empty.

Note 7: Warning - Under no circumstances should the plated MTPLM of the Motorhome be exceeded.

Note 8: Heights are measured on an unladen vehicle with the aerial in the lowest position.

Note 9: Bed sizes have been rounded to the nearest inch.

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