First-Ever Slovenian Motorhome Hits Australian Shores

Malcolm Street — 9 November 2016

Adria caravans have been imported into Australia for several years, via several importers, but no motorhomes before now.

The Apollo Group imported the Coral A660DU, a six-berth C-class family motorhome, in a bid to introduce the Adria motorhomes to a local audience.

The Fiat Ducato Multijet180-powered motorhome has the higher-powered 132kW/400Nm turbodiesel engine, a GVM of 4400kg, so it can be driven on a standard car licence, a Tare of 3500kg and a good load capacity of 900kg.



The Coral also has rear airbag suspension, something usually only found on the most high-end motorhomes. With a price tag of $134,890 (on-road, Qld), this motorhome sits at the more affordable end of the market.

Electrics are fairly standard, including a 100Ah deep cycle battery and a 25A mains charger. Solar panels are an option but unless you're planning long stays away from mains power, they're not a total necessity. 

The six berths come from a convertible club lounge in the rear, convertible offside dinette and a bed over the driver's cab in the Luton peak.



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Adria Coral Review

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Malcolm Street