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2022 Burford review

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Post by Paulmold Tue Nov 16, 2021 5:18 pm

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Post by Dbvwt Tue Nov 16, 2021 5:35 pm

Delivery expected in 2024…….

Back on a serious note, I was looking at many A/S models in 2018 when deciding what to buy. I know A/S have traditionally stuck to the same old trusted designs apart from the odd tweak each year.
I’m starting to think that maybe this is a good thing as my Symbol, and all the other models don’t date quite as fast and look pretty much the same as the new models.
Or are they all a bit dated compared to the competition who are up with the latest trend???
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Post by BornAgain Tue Nov 16, 2021 7:09 pm

We have ordered a Bourton for delivery next year and my understanding is that AS tend to do a revamp every three years. In between they may do some minor tweaks. There are only so many ways you can configure the limited space available in a motorhome (or caravan) and most “improvements” are a re-hash of old ideas and changes to upholstery and colour schemes.
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Post by groundhog Tue Nov 16, 2021 9:23 pm

I would seriously consider a new burford but would have to borrow one to see if it would ground going in to our property, the worcester ( winchcombe) just about clears the tail end. I can't see Marquis or Autosleeper lending me one to try though....!
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