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Sterling design will be top caravan in Australia this year

November 13, 2006
Sterling design will be top caravan in Australia this year

The Jayco Sterling range of caravans is so far ahead of the rest, it will be the No. 1 caravan brand for 2006.

Jayco is on target to achieve a production of 8,000 Recreational Vehicles to meet demand for 2006. Sterlings hold 26 per cent of the total Jayco RV market. As Jayco has 43 per cent of the national market, it clearly puts them in the box seat with its Sterling dominating the overall caravan market.

The same will almost certainly apply to the pop-tops (the Destiny range) and Jayco camper trailers will also be the nations No. 1 in that segment of the market for 2006.

Launched at the start of the year, replacing the Heritage luxury range of Jayco caravans, the Sterling has won a strong following to clearly be the countrys favorite top-of-the range caravan model. The range can be viewed at

The success of the range, that stretches from 5.45 (17ft 10in) to 7.79 metres (25ft 7 in) models, has been Jaycos commitment to ensuring it offers the booming recreational vehicle (RV) market a luxury production-line manufactured caravan at affordable prices. The Sterlings winning ways stem from Jayco containing costs, and also value adding, including installing fixtures and features that are offered as optional extras in other brands.

The companys cost savings have come from years of manufacturing experience, using better, more high-tech processes and greater economies of scale by achieving an amazing 45 per cent of the entire Recreational Vehicle market.

And along the way Jayco keeps setting the benchmark on industry standards. The 2006 models were not Heritage upgrade. They reflected offering designs that a more discerning market now demands, as more people choose RVs as their favourite holiday lifestyle.

Safety was also a consideration and the use of reversing sensors and LED side and clearance lights have been a winning combination. So too was the in-built spare wheel compartment set into the fibreglass rear end of the caravan.

The look of the Sterling also captured the publics imagination, with an automotive sleek design and superb exterior finish.

Its look also invited people to discover for themselves the interior layout and the special features that clearly have assured that the Sterling is considered a top-class caravan.

Features include

28cm (15in) LCD screen and DVD/CD/MP3/AM/FM 12V stereo;

The Sterling caravan looks modern
The Sterling caravan looks modern