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The best-selling Elddis Autoquest motorhome range offers a large choice of options, with a new 195 layout for 2014. As with all other Elddis caravans and motorhomes, the 2014 Autoquest range is built using Elddis’ SoLiD Construction, backed up by a 10 year water ingress warranty.
 
Adhering to the Elddis Belts=Berths policy, all potential Autoquest occupants are catered for with a seatbelt.
 
The new sky view rooflight helps provide a light and airy atmosphere, complimented by the warmth of the new interior colour scheme. Further domestic touches are added with the craftsman-built cabinetry, dovetail joints for drawer strength, and a kitchen with a 3-burner hob and separate oven and grill.
 
The 4kw Whale blown air heating system runs on gas and electric, and on-board water needs are catered for by the 90l water tank and 13l Whale water heater.
 
The 2014 Autoquests are powered by a 2.2 Peugeot turbo diesel engine generating 130bhp, with cab air conditioning, passenger airbag and cruise control all available as part of the improved Lux Pack option. The Lux Pack also features an electric step and Midi Heki rooflight.
 
Potential puncture problems have also been considered; a spare wheel and full size spare wheel carrier are fitted as standard.
 
Layouts
 

2014 Autoquest lowline layouts

2014 Autoquest highline layouts

 

Pricing
 
Autoquest 115 - £33,299
Autoquest 140 - £33,299
Autoquest 145 - £33,299
Autoquest 155 - £33,299
Autoquest 165 - £33,299
Autoquest 175 / 195 - £33,299
Autoquest 180 - £33,299
 
2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 preview...
 

2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 front

2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 artwork

2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 rear

2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 interior

2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 kitchen

2014 Elddis Autoquest 115 lockers

 

2014 Autoquest preview video
 

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Hmmm interesting to see they've finally upgraded from the previous 110bhp chassis and brought solid construction across.

Looks a nice piece of kit and knowing elddis good value for money.

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When we were looking at which motorhome to buy I was quite taken with the Elddis range. I particularly liked the wide range of optional extras you could add which on most other makes can only be added by the dealer and you are never sure that you are getting good value. However it was the bathroom I felt that let it down in that the shower which was not fully lined, otherwise we could now have an Elddis rather than a Bailey!!!

 

David

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Yeah similar story here - the bailey was a fair bit more money but by the time we'd added extras to the elddis it wasn't far off.

Didn't like the rather bland interior, washroom was very small and the standard 110hp unit put us off.

Our 760 has 2 small opening windows in the over cab bed which is essential in summer for a good through draft and the 180 autoquest only had 1 - another niggle that put us off.

Still cannot help think that the Solid construction technique just doesn't go far enough in removing stuff that rots from its structure.

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