The Endeavour has the wow factor akin to many high-end caravans and more than a dollop of internal indulgence. If I had to bundle up its key features, this would be my short list - towability; cosy and spacious bedroom; snazzy ensuite; pragmatic kitchen; chic club lounge; wall-mounted mini washer. It’s also a relatively lightweight van.
The van rides on a sturdy four-inch Road Runner chassis, complemented by a robust AL-KO beam axle leaf spring suspension, and all-terrain tyres with 15in alloy wheels. Its SupaGal chassis with edge primer and Hammertone finish is not only a nice aesthetic, but also offers good protection.
Stepping inside, the spacious and stylish van is exceedingly plush, and up to the minute.
The cutting-edge modular CNC-cut furniture offers a very modern look.
The recessed LED strip lighting under all overhead cupboards also gives a clean, contemporary look and creates a relaxing mood.
The piece de resistance is the elegant side club lounge with a telescopic drop-down table that moves in four directions, making it easier to get in and out, as well as forming into a bed for an extra traveller.
The Endeavour is one of the finest entry-level vans I’ve cast my eyes upon - a real achievement by Atlantic Caravans.
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