Stealth Concordia Tranquility - the verdict
It’s the end bunk room that the Stealth Tranquillity scores with most families. It’s a self-contained area ideal for children; it has twin side bunk beds (only one window for lower bunk) and storage beneath the bottom bunk. Bunks offer decent headroom but we would have liked to see some storage pouches perhaps for toys to be stored away in.
A small wardrobe helps out for children’s clothing while a side dinette will seat two children it could be tight for adults to use if needed. A large side window and roof locker above the side dinette and a small cupboard completes this section of the Tranquillity. Solid door as used on the washroom separates the room from the rest of the living area.
So Stealth has stepped into line on exterior styling yet retains some distinctiveness. For a family tourer it offers a decent caravan for the cash though it’s no entry level it comes in just under £20k.
The Tranquillity isn’t an odd-ball it’s looking more of a tourer that caravanners will now stop and look at again,
Stealth with the Concordia range has a family model that now stacks up against the major manufacturer’s offerings, Another alternative buy. With now more service centres for Stealth’s it is starting to look more promising than ever.
Stealth Tranquility, 5 berths caravan - £19,595
MIRO 1403 kgs / MTPLM 1580 kgs
Length (overall) 7.49 m / Width 2.33m
On sale now.
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