Avida Leura motorhome gets a fresh new look
Avida has launched its new look RV, the Avida Leura, bringing the most compact motorhome in its range into the modern era.
The entry-level Avida Leura is a fresh take on an old design, originally launched in 2014. And despite being the smallest in the Avida range, has a long list of standard features and comforts. Avida expects this versatile motorhome to appeal to both the traditional RV retirees and what it calls ‘design-conscious’ millennials. It can be driven on a standard car licence and offers a quick and easy setup.
Assembled on a Fiat Ducato chassis teamed with a six-speed auto transmission, Avida says the Fiat Ducato is “city-proof”; sleek and dynamic with advanced control technologies for safety and performance. With a marked difference in height and length compared to larger motorhomes, Avida says it’s also easy to park.
The Avida Leura has amenities such as a full-sized rear ensuite complete with shower, toilet and a separate vanity basin, plus a variety of clever storage compartments including a full-length wardrobe.
Avida says the kitchen cabinetry is generous, with an efficient, multi-functional workspace. The new contemporary look and feel incorporates soft close drawers and new modern handles on all cupboards, with the inclusion of a recessed two-burner gas cooktop with a glass lid for extra bench space, carousel microwave, large AES fridge and a large stainless-steel sink with drainer.
The unconventional roll-down electric bed can be raised to roof height and be out of sight at the touch of a button. This will allow you to take advantage of the social lounge and living space underneath. This feature deliberately maximises the space to provide more surface area for use during the day.
The Avida Leura now has an all-neutral look, with layers of different hues for what Avida claims to be a ‘classy and sophisticated’ look that feels more inviting. There are large windows to help you feel closely in touch with nature.
Other features include: full length roof guttering around the roof line; sandwich panel insulated walls and roof; under floor protection; a one-piece fibreglass moulded rear wall and a one-piece fibreglass roof; a wind-out awning; and an integrated distribution control panel and energy management system.
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Did you know Avida make caravans, too? Click here for our review of the Avida Rock.