Sarah Horter is owner and designer of the new kid on the block, Tango Caravans. But she’s no rookie. Sarah is the granddaughter of Ian Grant and spent ten years working at Ian Grant Caravans before expanding her horizons and launching her new business.
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Pictured is the first van off the line from newcomers, Tango. 18ft 4in, single axle, tare is 1840kg and the company offers a 500kg payload (taking it to a 2340kg ATM); a lightweight van, then, which could cater to the SUV market. Owner Sarah Horter has worked extensively in quality control and warranty and says she is using the same principle her grandfather taught her: “sell top quality vans at the best possible prices.” With that mantra in mind, the first ever Tango is fitted out with a slide-out Weber, 2 x 100AH batteries, a reverse camera, full ensuite with 3.5kg washer, an external shower and a Thetford AES 185 L fridge. “We produce a smaller quantity of vans a month than the bigger brands which allows us to perform a much more comprehensive quality control than most,” says Horter.
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