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The multi-award-winning Elddis Autoquest is renowned for its quality, value and driving performance.

Autoquest 115 £38,749

2 berth on the road*

5 from 1 reviews

A compact 2-berth low-line motorhome with a spacious end kitchen and a generous parallel lounge that converts to a supremely comfortable double bed.

*OTR price includes PDI & delivery charge of RRP £1,450

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Year 2019
Range Autoquest
Product Name Autoquest 115
Number of Berths 2
Wheel Rim Size NULL
Brake Size NULL
Tyre Size 215/70 R15 CP
Tyre Pressure NULL
Internal Length NULL
External Length 5700mm / 18'8"
Shipping Length NULL
Overall Width Inc Wing Mirrors 2690mm / 8'10"
Overall Body Width
Overall Height 2820mm / 9'3"
Max Towing Limit 2000kgs / 39.37cwt
Maximum Headroom 2030mm / 6'8"
Internal Width 2074mm / 6'10"
Awning Size NULL
Front Beds

Double 1335mm x 2080mm / 4'5" x 6'10"

Side Dinette

NULL

Rear Beds

NULL

Maximum Hitch Weight
Mass in Running Order 2547kgs / 50.14cwt
Optional Equipment Payload NULL
Maximum User Payload 741kgs / 14.59cwt
Plated M.T.P.L.M NULL
Max M.T.P.L.M 3300kgs / 64.96cwt

Note 1: The Mass In Running Order (MIRO ) - Weight of the caravan equipped to the manufacturer's standard specification including essential habitational equipment.
Note 2: Maximum User Payload includes the Personal Effects payload, conventional load and the Optional Equipment Payload. 
Note 3: Maximum Technically Permissible Laden Mass (MTPLM) - The technical maximum permissible laden weight of the Motorhome. 
Note 4: Please take care to ensure that you have allowed for the masses of all items you intend to carry in the Motorhome.  
Note 5: All data is calculated using metric weights and measurements. The imperial figures quoted are conversions thereof. All dimensions have a tolerance of +/- 25mm
Note 6: Your Motorhome weights have been calculated with all water tanks empty and you are recommend to travel with all water tanks empty
Note 7: WARNING : Under no circumstances should the plated MTPLM of the Motorhome be exceeded
Note 8: Heights are measured on an unladen vehicle with the aerial in the lowest position