Tuesday, 24 May 2016
New Multi Terrain Motorhome Sleeps up to 6 people
The new Avida Ceduna C7184 has a strikingly large amount of living space, sleeping capabilities, luxury features and is now available on the robust Iveco chassis for the first time.
A choice of either the Iveco 45C with diff lock or the Iveco 50C chassis with manual or 8 speed automatic transmission. The Avida Ceduna offers 4 or 6 seatbelts and a comfortable night's sleep with beds for everyone. Like the electric roll down bed which is operated with the push of a button, the club lounge in the rear doubles as two single beds and there is also the large bed over the cab.
Designed with an all new and modern exterior look including the new aerodynamic mouldings, the Avida Ceduna also offers a new layout with a unique dry bathroom, additional storage and a new personal workstation at the front of the motorhome with a tri-fold table and a TV/DVD. For customers after additional storage, there is the optional storage centre at the front of the motorhome to substantially increase your storage space inside the motorhome.
The Avida C7184 Ceduna offers great value for money with the list of standard features such as a fully equipped kitchen, air conditioning and roll out awning. Most importantly you can have confidence in your investment as it's built with Avida's standard metal under floor protection plus the unique and industry leading construction, providing stronger and better insulated floor, walls & roof.
Also available for the first time is the new Multi Terrain pack for the more rugged look. The pack includes items such as an additional 60 litre fresh water tank, checker plate with black rear wall mould inserts, an external BBQ fitting, external shower with hot and cold water, multi terrain decals, nudge bar and driving lights, solar panels, steel rear bumper and the spare wheel is mounted on the rear wall for extra departure angle.
Avida's Sales and Marketing Manager Billy Falconer said "We are confident current owners and potential new customers alike will be pleased with the design and layout of the new Ceduna, now offering a more rugged look with the Multi Terrain pack and the advantage of being able to sleep up to 6 people, means this motorhome will appeal to a larger audience”.
Customer support is paramount at Avida and that's why every new Avida has a very important attribute we simply call "peace of mind” with our market leading 3 year or 1 million kilometre factory backed warranty, 5 year structural guarantee, 2 year emergency roadside assistance, coupled with our comprehensive nationwide accredited service network to ensure we are with you all the way.
News from WA
Recreational fishers in the growing Peel region have reason to celebrate with Fisheries Minister Joe Francis announcing the creation of the region's first purpose-built artificial reef.
"Following the success of the two artificial reefs built off Bunbury and Dunsborough in 2013, the State Government has committed $1.1 million towards a third reef off Mandurah to improve recreational fishing opportunities," Mr Francis said.
"It will be created using 30 modules, each weighing 10 tonnes, which are designed to increase biodiversity while providing great fishing. The artificial reef will be located nine kilometres offshore, due west of Halls Head, in 25 metres of water.
"Many West Australians already flock to Mandurah each year to fish for prized blue swimmer crabs and this initiative will provide another reason to visit, as well as bringing flow-on benefits to local businesses.
"Fish such as pink snapper, samson and skippy are expected to be attracted to the reef once algae, seaweed and coral start growing on it."
Extensive consultation was undertaken with groups including Recfishwest and the Western Australian Fishing Industry Council to determine the best location for the reef. Local companies have been supported in the project, with the reef modules built by the Australind-based MJB Industries and specialist marine engineering company Subcon contracted to deploy the reef. The new artificial reef has been funded from the Recreational Fishing Initiatives Fund (RFIF) which draws on revenue collected from recreational licence fees.
"Every dollar of recreational licence fee money is reinvested into recreational fishing, be it through artificial reefs, restocking projects, management, compliance or research," the Minister said.