Smaller and big­ger for Aloe

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Aloe also has its eye on car­a­van­ers with­out a Code EB li­cence and launched its Peri Peri model at the show. Even though it’s a smaller car­a­van com­pared to the rest of Aloe’s range, the man­u­fac­turer still uses the same ma­te­ri­als. That in­cludes an alu­minium frame­work and the alu­minium fin­ishes. The mod­u­lar chas­sis is made of gal­vanised steel. The door is at the back and the work sur­face folds out to the left of the door. The 220 V fridge is in­side to the left of the door and the kitchen cup­boards are op­po­site this. The rest of the in­te­rior con­sists of three con­fig­u­ra­tions for the bed, the benches and load­ing space. Ei­ther you use the area for a large bed or it can fold up with benches down the side and a fold­ing ta­ble in the mid­dle. The benches on the right can also fold away to cre­ate more space if you want to pack some­thing like a moun­tain bike or two. It’s avail­able in white or grey. The num­bers R159 900, GVM 750 kg

Aloe Peri Peri

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