Name behind the dream
range from basic two berth campervans to luxurious motorhomes that can comfortably accommodate a family of six, with new prices starting from $128,790 for the Keppel.
The Murana retails from $146,500 and the top-of-the range Hayman starts from $154,000, although Talvor will be running special deals throughout its ‘‘Gates Wide Open’’ sale.
Talvor opened with brothers Luke and Karl Trouchet at the helm in 2005, making 12 vehicles in its first year after demand from Apollo’s hire customers who wanted to buy the RVs for themselves.
The company believes two decades of RV rental experience has given them special insight into the rigorous conditions that the Australian environment inflicts on RVs.
The company produced 500 vehicles in 2008, rising last year to more than 800 motorhomes, making it one of the largest manufacturers of RVs in the country, manufacturing for Apollo, Hippie Camper, Star RV and Cheapa Campa. visit: www.talvor.com/sale
Factory direct: The Murana is $146,500 but expect special deals at the Gates Wide Open sale