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Inos caravan?

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Posted: 6 years ago
Has anyone got or been in an INOS caravan (from The Fifth Wheel Company)?
I know its expensive starting at £36,000 but they look so good on web. www.fifthwheelco.com
Think I could live in that full time?!?!
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Posted: 6 years ago
I think we went in them at the caravan show. They were quite heavy vans but very well laid out
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Posted: 6 years ago
Yea very heavy but if I was thinking of spending alot of time in my van the layout looks very good.
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Posted: 6 years ago
If you like the INOS caravan its worth a look at the Eterniti caravans they seem well made and £10,000 cheaper and 500kg lighter
http://www.eterniti-caravans.com/
This would be my possible van if I won the lottery if stay in this country.
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Posted: 6 years ago
I spoke to someone who went in both at NEC & they said INOS was worth the £10,000 more!!! but I have seen Eterniti on the web & they do look good.
Will have to go in both when my numbers come up!!!
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Posted: 6 years ago
Value for money would really guide you to the INOS. The build quality is very good and alls its extras are really worth the difference. I have looked at the Eterniti but find the build quality not as good and you have to pay extra for all those extra features that come free with the INOS. These caravans are not really weekend away caravans they are more long term units
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Posted: 6 years ago
your not saying people live full time in their touring vans are you?!?!