The Excalibur Kingsman has a new design in 2018 separating the bedroom and living area by a half height divider with drawers or full height with more wardrobe hanging space. A beautifully styled interior offering extensive cabinetry and benchspace. The new single piece composite floor and roof of the Kingsman allows for an extremely generous payload so you will take advantage of the extra wide tunnel boot and large toolbox.
As with all Crusader caravans, the Kingsman features a 42mm one-piece composite floor, an Alupanel composite cladded Meranti frame, Duratech 6” chassis and 15” light truck tyres and offers a payload of 700kg. A joy to tow, the self-supporting body rolls with the chassis movement and offers Ultra Duty fully independent suspension with coil springs and shock absorbers for that smoother ride.
FROM THE OUTSIDE
The smooth-sided, hail resistant Alupanel composite skin is easy to clean and designed to withstand the trials and tribulations of extended travel. With an extended drawbar and a large toolbox with generator slide as standard, a generous checker plate lined tunnel boot and other standard external fixtures including a picnic table, gas bayonet and external hot and cold shower the Kingsman allows you to enjoy your out door adventure.
INSIDE IN STYLE
With generous living area and the innovative separated bedroom floor plan the Kingsman allows for ample storage with hanging space and a multitude of drawers a plenty. The rear door entry is adjacent to ensuite offering easy access to the larger 1100mm full height shower cubicle, flushing toilet, vanity basin and top load washing machine.
With your own supply of water, gas and electricity and your inbuilt grey water tank, you can take your Excalibur anywhere and not have to give up any of your modern conveniences. Your 120ah deep cycle battery is recharged by the 150w solar panel or your car whilst towing while the whole Excalibur range comes standard with two 9kg gas cylinders and two 95 litre water tanks that can be filled separately and feature cutover switches.