“The Grevillea is the only model in Horizon’s range we haven’t reviewed, and given
it’s the flagship model, in size a least, I’m as surprised as you are. In case you don’t know Horizon Motorhomes specialises in van conversions – it’s all they do – and they do it very well.
The brand is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ballina Campervan and Motorhome Centre, which is also the only place you can buy a new Horizon motorhome. This factory-direct business model helps keep prices down and ensures a strong bond between buyers, CEO Clayton Kearney and his tight-knit team. From what I can see they have a loyal and enthusiastic following.
Horizons’ lineup spans various models of Fiat’s Ducato and Mercedes Benz’s Sprinter van ranges, from the 5.99 m Ducato-based Melaleuca to the 7.36 m Sprinter-based Grevillea. Well priced and well equipped, all Horizon models reflect the company’s 20 years of manufacturing experience and a strong commitment to quality and design refinement.
The Grevillea in this review features a floorplan with a permanent double bed with an electrically operated tilt mechanism that raises it to one side for easy under-bed storage access. But more on that later. It also had a number of options that added to the look and feel (and price!), comprising metallic paint, leather upholstery and an external gas bayonet…”
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