PTR – PLATINUM TOURING RANGE
The Coronet PTR (Platinum Touring Range) series incorporates a strong Meranti frame with modern silver high profile aluminium cladding as standard supply or upgrade with an Alibond exterior flat wall finish as an option. (Alternate colour options available) The use of innovative electronics such as a revering camera and ALKO ESC stability control will ensure you have a safe stress free drive to your destination. Fitted with a quality 12v deep cycle chassis mounted battery and incoming charge from the 170w solar panel, 2 x large water tanks and grey water, this van is fully setup for free bush camping at your favourite destination.
Safety is taken seriously with AL – KO Electronic Stability Control, Brake Safe breakaway, LED Trailer lighting and a high mounted reversing camera.
Standard appliances include cook top with 3 x gas and one 240v mains power elements with grill and oven that take care of the cooking. 240v mains power heat and cool air conditioning and a two door 181 Litre Gas / Electric Thetford Fridge completes the package.
2 x 9 Kg gas bottles, 2 x 95 Litre fresh water tanks and 1 x 100L grey water tank are standard supply and the Thetford China bowl toilet has its own inbuilt black water tank.
The Coronet RV PTR Range has a huge list of standard appointments and whilst some are listed here, check out the online sales brochure for more information. With a 12 month warranty on construction. 12 – 24 months on the chassis and appliances (save for wear and tear) you will find the PTR will deliver.
The Semi Off-Road PTR (Platinum Touring Range) is designed for comfortable black top touring and graded gravel roads. All models include a full en suite bathroom or combination unit and bed configurations and sizes to suit.
The images are for illustration purposes only and may not reflect the actual model due to client customisation
A message from a happy customer…
Thought I’d send you a couple of happy snaps. These were both taken on the Tanami Track (1000 klms of dirt between Alice Springs and Halls Creek). Thus far we’ve done the Oodnadatta Track and Tanami and tomorrow we leave Kununurra to head for the Gibb River Road.
I thought you and Andrew would be pleased to know that the van has done a great job so far. No internal or external problems, construction wise, so it has certainly been well built. The tyre pressures were dropped to 35psi off road and after each major stop I’d do a bolt/screw check just to make certain all remained tight. As Andrew and I have previously discussed, if you drive to the conditions and take some care there is no reason why a well built off-road van should not hold up on corrugations.
XT2 FLOOR PLANS
Most models available in Caravan and Pop Top up to 5950. Notable changes relate to the Front and Tunnel boot arrangements.