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Post by Renroc on Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:32 pm

Hello from Christine and Ian.  We have just joined and we are looking for our first Motorhome, so much to learn. I fell in love with a used 2014 Broadway EK but was so disappointed to learn there were only 2 seat belts.  Whilst we only want 2 berths, we would like to have the ability to take my 91 year old mother out on day trips with us.  I have seen a Broadway and a Nuevo that would fit the bill on here for sale but have no idea how to find out if either of them are still available.  Any advice would be welcome.
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Re: Hello from Cumbria

Post by Paulmold on Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:48 pm

Welcome from N.E Wales.    handshake

As for the for sale listings, just ask ,as if replying to any thread. Good luck with your search. I'm sure you've already found that the Nuevo with extra belts is the Nuevo ES and the Broadway with extra belts is the version with the dinette arrangement on the offside.

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Post by Renroc on Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:04 pm

Thank you.  How do you find your Nuevo ES? Is it a comfortable bed by turning the cabs seats to make singles or is the double a better option?
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Post by Paulmold on Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:54 pm

Renroc wrote:Thank you.  How do you find your Nuevo ES? Is it a comfortable bed by turning the cabs seats to make singles or is the double a better option?

Have never used it as a double, too much bother to set up but always use as singles. As singles it's comfortable (we do use Duvalays for the mattress topper) we (sorry I) find it a bit of a pain to swivel the driver's seat round, having to manouvre it to get past steering wheel. The passenger seat is easy.

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Re: Hello from Cumbria

Post by roli on Sat Dec 09, 2017 7:58 pm

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Post by Paramedic on Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:19 pm

Hello and welcome to this most friendly and informative forum.
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Post by Askit on Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:30 am

Welcome to the forum  allthumbz

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Re: Hello from Cumbria

Post by burlingtonboaby on Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:34 am

Hi And welcome to the forum from chilly Bridlington , our last but one van. 09 Nuevo ES had comfy beds,singles,double and the Luton cab area.
Our last van a 08 Sigma (pre Broadway) was very comfy indeed , especially if you need longer beds.
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Post by Renroc on Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:41 am

Thank you Boaby. I have also sent a request for further information on an Autosleeper Surrey Located at Springfield Motorhomes in Bridlington!  Are you aware of them? Motorhome dealers are a bit thin on the ground in Cumbria.
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Post by burlingtonboaby on Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:21 am

Renroc wrote:Thank you Boaby. I have also sent a request for further information on an Autosleeper Surrey Located at Springfield Motorhomes in Bridlington!  Are you aware of them? Motorhome dealers are a bit thin on the ground in Cumbria.
Hi Renroc
 We have used them for MOTs and servicing over the last 7 years, their vans are usually in very good condition and housed in a large ex bus garage.
Their part exchange rates are midway in the Glasses guide ,however pricey all the same.
I had a quick look around the Surrey a few weeks ago, dark wood interior , really nice van, you should be able do a deal with them, father and son team.
We are clear of snow at the moment , heavy frosts at night.
Take care if your coming over the A66
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Re: Hello from Cumbria

Post by Renroc on Sun Dec 10, 2017 12:27 pm

Hi Boaby
Thank you again. Depending on his response to my queries, we may get over next week, weather permitting.  We are complete novices with regard to Motorhomes, is there anything you think we should look out for?
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Hi Renroc
 We have used them for MOTs and servicing over the last 7 years, their vans are usually in very good condition and housed in a large ex bus garage.
Their part exchange rates are midway in the Glasses guide ,however pricey all the same.
I had a quick look around the Surrey a few weeks ago, dark wood interior , really nice van, you should be able do a deal with them, father and son team.
We are clear of snow at the moment , heavy frosts at night.
Take care if your coming over the A66
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Re: Hello from Cumbria

Post by modelman on Mon Dec 25, 2017 8:18 pm

Hello & welcome from S/Yorks. 

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