The Adria Coral 670 SLT motorhome for 2013 was shown to dealers and the press in July – on a rare and fabulous sunny day. The model seen was built with the Euro 5 engine, of course; Fiat Ducato 2.3L 130Hp manual six-speed gearbox. Other engine options are available.
First impressions count and we immediately warmed to the two-tone furniture and the interior colour scheme. We liked the twin bed layout with plenty of overhead lockers; some had shelves to make best use of the space and the corner lockers were capacious to say the least! Slatted bed frames lift up to offer more storage and bed heads can be raised for added comfort and relaxation.
There aren’t any drawers in the bedroom and the wardrobe is in the shower room; it’s a rear end shower room and is certainly adequate with a fully lined shower cubicle which has a high level rail which is ideal for hanging up your wet coats, and there have been lots of those recently. We were impressed with the storage arrangements too.
The L shaped kitchen has a Spinflo 3 burner gas hob, an oven with an integral grill; high gloss worktops, the removable sink cover and the 150L fridge with a black door add more than a bit of pizzazz. Sorry, but we aren’t fans of built-in food waste buckets in the middle of the worktop though. We did like the U shaped drinks cabinet and best use has been made of the available space for drawers and cupboards including a pull-out.
The living area has three over head lockers and you can easily seat five folks at the extendable table, it has a high gloss finish of course and Dometic Seitz roof light. The seats make up to a third single bed which would be large in motorhome standards but it could make a snug bed for two small children.
We did like the under floor storage area; for added security you could easily fit a safe in there.
Stylish Adria lights, exclusive to the company, are built into the rear back panel and add a contemporary look to the design along with simple graphics on the polyester body shell.
As is common with most new motorhomes, other than an engine immobiliser the Adria Coral 670 doesn’t have many standard security features. Owners would be best advised to install a recognised tracking device system given the motorhome’s value not only for peace of mind but also to lower costs of obtaining motorhome cover.
Twin beds do make a motorhome seem more spacious than a fixed bed does and the Dometic Seitz roof light in the bedroom area adds to the illusion. It’s a practical layout, with space to entertain your friends, generous sized lockers, wall mounted magazine racks and easy to clean vinyl floors. We certainly approve of the LED ambient lighting fitted throughout the motorhome. An SE Lux pack is worth considering.
Cost to insure: £281.50*
- OTR price from £50,990.00
- SE Lux pack £2,000.00
- Berths; 3
- Number of belted travel seats; 5
- Length; 7.359m
- Overall width; 2.299m
- Overall height; 2.755m
- Maximum weight; 3.500kgs
- Payload; 475kg
*Insurance premium for this motorhome based on Adria Coral 670 SLT £50,990. Fitted with Manufacturer’s Immobiliser system and a Thatcham Category 1 approved security system. Kept on driveway at home at TD9 8ED. Insured & spouse, 50 years old, professionals, with no claims, convictions or health conditions in last 5 years. 5 years transferred NCD, 5 years motorhome driving experience. Members of motorhome club doing less than 5000 miles annually. European insurance cover for motorhome costs extra – please call for quote. European Breakdown is £43 extra. Premium includes Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) at 6% and is correct as of 23.08.12.
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