New Avida Busselton Motorhome named after popular WA town

ByMarty LedwichJanuary 22, 2021
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New Avida Busselton Motorhome named after popular WA town

Avida Motorhomes’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Billy Falconer, says he and the Adida team are “ecstatic to launch the new Avida Busselton motorhome with dual rear wheels, a C-type motorhome with a bed over the cabin, that can be driven on a standard car licence, built on the rear-wheel-drive Iveco chassis.”

Named after the town of Busselton on the southwest tip of Western Australia, the new Avida brings features and space normally found in larger motorhomes requiring an endorsed licence.

“You will be amazed at what the Avida design team have managed to fit into this sized motorhome.”

“Choose from the non-slide out model or the slide-out version, that gives you more room. Single beds or double beds there really is a layout to suit any discerning buyer” said Mr Falconer.

Busselton C7544sl Exterior Slideout Driversside

The new Avida Busselton features a huge slide out offering more space than most smaller designs.

“The kitchen has a nifty pull out pantry for all your condiment requirements, three burner cooktop (2 gas burner and 1 electric induction), sink with drainer and microwave oven to be able to heat up meals in a breeze. Why not select the griller as an option, so you can cook freshly caught seafood or the simple ham and cheese toastie. Store away your perishables in the large two-door fridge freezer with automatic energy selection.”

“The bathroom is either down the back in the large slide-out model or in the middle that separates the living and bedroom areas for the single and island bed models. All bathrooms are equipped with shower, toilet, raised porcelain basin on the vanity and towel hooks. Plenty of cupboard space to store your bathroom amenities.”

“The dinette is fully upholstered, sit back and relax in the comfy dinette and watch your favourite TV show or series with the smart TV or read your latest book.”

Busselton C7544sl Backtofront

The interior is bright and spacious.

Mr Falconer also mentioned, “There are (sic) an abundance of standard and optional features that you can choose from to make the Busselton to your own unique style”.

“The are many standard features in the new Busselton range including the interior LED mood lighting, fold-down bench extension for added space in the kitchen, a roof-mounted air conditioner, a range hood in the kitchen, electric roof hatch, 100L fresh water and 100L grey water tanks plus much more.”

All electrical monitoring systems in the Busselton are conveniently located in one handy space above the entry door.

“The interior is stylish and is matched by the sleek exterior body with the new style LED rear lighting and featuring Avida’s unique one-piece fibreglass floor, walls and roof construction. The Avida Busselton is available with a choice of thirteen classy exterior decal colours and two exterior wall colours.”

Mr Falconer was keen to point out what went into the making of the new motorhome.

Busselton C7544sl Exterior Side Driverside

The Iveco drivetrain is popular with motorhome manufacturers in Australia

“What is not readily apparent is the hours of engineering and design expertise that is put into all Avida products. Superior construction techniques and premium quality materials are used to create the strongest built motorhomes in the industry.”

“Every new Avida has a very important attribute we simply call “peace of mind” with our market-leading 3-year factory-backed warranty, 5-year structural guarantee and 2-year emergency roadside assistance. Coupled with our comprehensive nationwide accredited dealer and service network, this ensures we are with you all the way.”

There are three different layouts available in the Busselton range, ranging from 7.5 meters to 7.8 meters. The large slide-out model will be available at dealers early in the new year, followed later by the single and island bed models.

For further information contact Avida’s Nationwide Dealer Network on 1300 4 AVIDA (1300 4 28432).

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