Jayco continues its Conquest challenge to the motorhome market with a luxury Euro Edition model which is very much the motorhome owners motorhome but the price remains at under $100,000.
Experienced motorhome owners share an eye for detail and quality with long-term caravanners and have similar expectations when they look for a new model. That wanting something grander is behind the Jayco release of its Euro Edition Conquest.
By Jayco packaging up all the extras there is a saving of almost $4,500 on the Euro Edition.
Jaycos Motorhome Division Manager Bruce Astbury told GoSeeAustralia that feedback from Conquest owners is that they are getting fuel efficiency levels of 11 to 12 litres from the 4-cylinder 2.8 litre diesel engine.
The Euro Edition brings extra value luxury to the higher end of the motorhome market and we were determined to keep the price under $100,000. We see this limited build (50 units in total) Euro Edition being a popular seller this spring season, Bruce Astbury said.
The centerpiece of the Euro Edition is a German-built Alko chassis and Doubled Glazed European Dometic Windows from which the model gets it name Euro Edition.
The German manufactured Alko chassis provides a higher gross vehicle mass (GVM) of 4,000kg, allowing it to carry more weight and more features can be fitted. The Dometic Windows provide greater heat insulation and incorporate a built in blind/flyscreen assembly.
Additional to the Euro Edition is a Dometic RM 2555 fridge (150 litre capacity featuring Dometics Automatic Energy Selection), a Smev four burner stove with oven, larger fresh water capacity - 100 litres, a Poron reversing camera, passenger swivel seat, alloy wheels, Roamsafe security door and child safety restraints to the rear seats.
The Euro version of the Conquest motorhome from Jayco at Leisurefest Sandown Racecourse