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Ecotourer 510 Standard Single or Double Beds

Ecotourer 510 Standard Single or Double Beds

5.0 from 3 reviews



3 reviews

    LozGold Coast

    First time caravan owners....love it!


    Love it!




    We have bought but not taken delivery, yet. Looking forward to the experience of towing with ease and setting up in very short time. Plus the fact it will FIT in the garage.... this has solved a lot of problems for me.
    We like the clean flowing shape inside and out. Easy to fold up and down. Lots of storage space. Extremely well thought out design. Galvanised chasis. Very well built - attention to detail is great. Will fit in our garage!!! Looked at Coromel, Windsor, Jayco.
    nothing, really.


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    Questions & Answers

    James H

    James Hasked

    510 Standard Single or Double Beds

    We have a 2007 EcoTourer with a double bed and standard features (no en suite fitted). We are considering to purchase a 2013 Hyundai SanteFe Hylander automatic fitted with heavy duty rear springs, will this be legal to tow this van.

    4 answers
    Cameron Free
    Cameron Free

    They have a reported tow ability of 2000 KG braked - do you know what the GCM (Not GVM) for the vehicle is - that will indicated whether it is legal.

    James H
    James H

    I am unable to locate a GCM figure anywhere on the vehicle. Any suggestions? The vehicle has been fitted with a genuine Hyundai tow pack upgrade which has a 150kg maximum download stamped on the ID plate. The engine is R 2.2 CRDi (Diesel).

    James H
    James H

    After reading another article I have found the following information
    Hyundai Santa Fe
    Payload: 433kg (Scenario 1)
    Vehicle mass: 2428kg (202kg less than GVM)
    Vehicle and (maximum weight) trailer combined mass: 4278kg (352kg less than GCM)

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