At Victory Leisure Homes, we are now offering customers a chance to ‘create their own’ with the mid-season launch of our new model - ECHO
ECHO comes in four sizes and room configurations – 36ft, two or three bedroom; 33ft, two bedroom, and; 28ft, two bedroom – and features a host of standard features, as well as an extensive list of optional extras.
Standard features include, among others, Sandstone aluminium cladding, lounge electric fire, uPVC single glazed windows, USB sockets to all bedrooms and lounge, panoramic large front windows and Victory’s own design SoCozeee mattresses.
In addition, all customers can create a holiday home specified to their personal tastes from a list of 10 optional extras, including central heating, double glazing, integrated appliances and much more.
ECHO will be launched at trade and exhibition shows in Manchester, Scotland and Birmingham throughout January and February, but if you can't get to any of the shows, we have created a virtual tour for you to have a look around.
Drag on the image and click the arrows to take a virtual tour of the brand new ECHO
Peter Nevitt, managing director of Victory Leisure Homes, says it enables prospective holiday home owners to create an environment built around their individual requirements and tastes.
“The Echo is all about choice and creating that perfect holiday home that suits your needs. For example, if you only use your holiday home in the spring and summer months, you might not have a need for central heating, so you can keep your costs lower by not choosing that option.
“If you intend to spend the winter months in it, central heating and double glazing are a must, but you might not require some of the other features such as a full galvanised chassis. It is all about deciding which features best suit your style, and giving customers the best value for money.”
ECHO is our first mid-season launch since 2015 when we unveiled the popular Sandhurst model. In 2016 we took a step back from launching a mid-season model, amid rising sales for our existing range, but since then we have expanded our manufacturing capacity significantly, meaning we are able to accommodate an extra, mid-season model, which is why we’re delighted to be launching the Echo in 2017.