2015 ELDDIS MAJESTIC 105 (BU15 RZN)

£41,995

  • Berths:
  • Travel Seats: 2
  • Mileage: 22777
  • Registration date: 20/03/2015
  • Capacity: 2.0
  • BHP: 130
  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 3300kg
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Colour: White

2015 ELDDIS MAJESTIC 105 (BU15 RZN)

The Elddis Majestic 105 is low and its rear overhang is short too, so it handles in easy fashion. The 130bhp motor sees high-speed motorway work executed with little stress, and with plenty of power on tap for swift overtaking. Parking (or city driving) is not too much of a problem either as, designed to be compact, the 105 is slim at around 160mm (six inches-plus) narrower than a ‘standard’ coachbuilt and not much wider than a Boxer-based van conversion.

The lounge works very well for two, and this one will take on eight folks in cosy fashion if a bit of a party calls for it. What it won’t do is allow more than two (those in the cab seats) to travel anywhere.

In the kitchen, Theford’s Duplex oven/grill works very well. Galley lighting is very good, with high-level and under-cupboard spots giving the cook – and then the washer-up – a great view of their work. The upper lights also let you see easily into the cupboards up top.

A transverse double or two singles are on offer, but first, a word on privacy. The cab comes with pleated blinds as standard, a feature that works well and provides great blackout, but doesn’t get in the way of the swivelled cab seats.

In the lounge, there are lined curtains (more for show and ‘cosiness’ than anything else). The blinds are of pull-down type that let light in at the bottom; light sleepers beware. Up top, sunroof and rooflights have pleated blinds that work well.

Back to the beds, and the transverse double is, or should be, easy to make. You simply pull the bases together (they have strong metal frames and sprung slats), drop in the backrests and that’s it. The alternative singles use the swivelled cab seats at the foot, and you simply pull the sofa bases out until the backrests drop in – vertically – and the job’s done. This leaves enough aisle between for each sleeper to get in and out of bed without disturbing their partner.

The Elddis Majestic 105 is low and its rear overhang is short too, so it handles in easy fashion. The 130bhp motor sees high-speed motorway work executed with little stress, and with plenty of power on tap for swift overtaking. Parking (or city driving) is not too much of a problem either as, designed to be compact, the 105 is slim at around 160mm (six inches-plus) narrower than a ‘standard’ coachbuilt and not much wider than a Boxer-based van conversion.

The lounge works very well for two, and this one will take on eight folks in cosy fashion if a bit of a party calls for it. What it won’t do is allow more than two (those in the cab seats) to travel anywhere.

In the kitchen, Theford’s Duplex oven/grill works very well. Galley lighting is very good, with high-level and under-cupboard spots giving the cook – and then the washer-up – a great view of their work. The upper lights also let you see easily into the cupboards up top.

A transverse double or two singles are on offer, but first, a word on privacy. The cab comes with pleated blinds as standard, a feature that works well and provides great blackout, but doesn’t get in the way of the swivelled cab seats.

In the lounge, there are lined curtains (more for show and ‘cosiness’ than anything else). The blinds are of pull-down type that let light in at the bottom; light sleepers beware. Up top, sunroof and rooflights have pleated blinds that work well.

Back to the beds, and the transverse double is, or should be, easy to make. You simply pull the bases together (they have strong metal frames and sprung slats), drop in the backrests and that’s it. The alternative singles use the swivelled cab seats at the foot, and you simply pull the sofa bases out until the backrests drop in – vertically – and the job’s done. This leaves enough aisle between for each sleeper to get in and out of bed without disturbing their partner.

Features of this model include: 2 berth, 2 travel seats, cab central locking, external battery locker, external gas locker, Gaslow LPG system, external storage locker, external bbq point, awning, awning light, fresh and waste water tanks, blinds/flyscreens, leisure battery, double glazing, skylights, reverse camera, spare wheel, cassette toilet, electric heated mirrors, electric front windows, steering wheel controls, cruise control, full cab blinds, 6-speed manual gearbox, climate control air conditioning, driver and passenger airbags, DAB/Bluetooth/Nav media centre, cab and habitation carpets, swivel captain’s seats, microwave, 3 x gas hobs, 1 x electric hot plate, oven/grill, sink, Whale gas/electric heating and hot water system, 3-way fridge/freezer, large wardrobe, shower and wash basin.

Gross vehicle weight: 3300kgs

Length: 5.99m, Width: 2.14m

Interior Features

  • 12V Lighting

  • 230v socket(s)

  • 3-way Fridge/Freezer

  • Blinds

  • Blinds and Flyscreens

  • Blown air heating

  • Bluetooth

  • Cab Air Conditioning

  • Cab Carpet

  • Casette Toilet

  • Cloth Upholstery

  • Cruise Control

  • Double Glazing

  • Electric & Heated Door Mirrors

  • Electric front windows

  • Flyscreens

  • Fresh/Waste Water Tank

  • Gas Oven

  • Grill

  • Height Adjustable Seats

  • Hobs

  • Microwave

  • Power assisted steering

  • Radio with Steering Wheel Audio Controls

  • Sink

  • Swivel Captains Seats

  • Touch screen navigation

  • Wardrobe

  • Wash Basin

  • Washroom

Exterior Features

  • Awning

  • Awning Light

  • Cassette Toilet

  • Clear & Waste Water Tanks

  • Double Glazed Windows

  • Electric & heated door mirrors

  • Electrically Operated Cab Windows

  • Gas BBQ Point

  • Leisure Battery

  • Outside BBQ Point

  • Outside Gas Locker

  • Skylights

Safety Features

  • Central Cab Locking with Remote Control

  • Cruise control

  • Driver & Passenger Airbags

  • Power Steering

  • Reversing camera

  • Spare Wheel

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