2023 ADRIA ALTEA 622 DP DART, WAS £29,340 NOW £25,995!!

£25,995

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  • Colour: Silver

2023 ADRIA ALTEA 622 DP DART, WAS £29,340 NOW £25,995!!

Unlike the largely white Continental vans, UK Alteas have an all-silver exterior. This certainly frees Adria’s entry-level range from any budget look, particularly as those GRP sides are matched by alloy wheels. Even more impressive is the rear panel, with its elegant shape, minimal branding and slimline Hella LED light cluster. The Altea also copies the front panel on Adoras and Alpinas, with vertical grab handles, and you get a larger front gas bottle locker.

People familiar with the Dart’s layout of U-shaped lounge, central washroom and rear island bed will recognise this interior: it hasn’t changed. What has changed is the look. The settees are now upholstered all the way to the floor. Adria says this is to make the van feel more homely, and with the pastel fabrics, it certainly does. You might notice something different about the interior walls, too. They are of Symalite, a thermoplastic composite made from recycled materials, which Adria says is lighter weight and offers better insulation. The same material is used on the ceiling, coated with polyurethane. On the walls in its raw state, it resembles felt. That gives the interior a warm feel, backed up by light flooding through the sunroof. At night, spotlights further brighten the lounge. The felt effect of the walls is matched by real felt pockets for handy storage, which can be hung wherever you want. The fold-out shelf in the middle of the ‘U’ will be useful.

Unlike the largely white Continental vans, UK Alteas have an all-silver exterior. This certainly frees Adria’s entry-level range from any budget look, particularly as those GRP sides are matched by alloy wheels. Even more impressive is the rear panel, with its elegant shape, minimal branding and slimline Hella LED light cluster. The Altea also copies the front panel on Adoras and Alpinas, with vertical grab handles, and you get a larger front gas bottle locker.

People familiar with the Dart’s layout of U-shaped lounge, central washroom and rear island bed will recognise this interior: it hasn’t changed. What has changed is the look. The settees are now upholstered all the way to the floor. Adria says this is to make the van feel more homely, and with the pastel fabrics, it certainly does. You might notice something different about the interior walls, too. They are of Symalite, a thermoplastic composite made from recycled materials, which Adria says is lighter weight and offers better insulation. The same material is used on the ceiling, coated with polyurethane. On the walls in its raw state, it resembles felt. That gives the interior a warm feel, backed up by light flooding through the sunroof. At night, spotlights further brighten the lounge. The felt effect of the walls is matched by real felt pockets for handy storage, which can be hung wherever you want. The fold-out shelf in the middle of the ‘U’ will be useful.

Apart from the new, very loud worktop, the kitchen is fairly standard Adria fare, with a pull-out extension and a three-burner hob at the back. It is well lit by the window and a striplight. You also get a Duplex oven, a slimline fridge and a microwave.

The nearside cubicle includes a shower, with one plughole. It does come with a good light, a roof vent and a rail for drying clothes, however. The main offside washroom is better, with a well-lit mirror, opaque window and a towel rail.

The rear bedroom continues the warm theme, with plenty of pale woodwork. There is more space for those movable felt pockets on the headboard, so that should provide you with somewhere to store your phone at night. A large Heki and windows let in lots of light during the day. There is a second set of TV sockets on the nearside, and a noticeboard on the opposite panel. If you were wondering how you make up the front double when the settees are fully upholstered, Adria provides two metal rails that fit along the top of the settees’ front panel, to support the slats that roll out from the central chest. These stow away inside the settees when they are not in use, but you do need to position them very carefully for them to work effectively.

Height: 2.58m, Width: 2.3m, Length including tow bar: 8.26m

Mass in running order: 1434kgs, Maximum technical permissible laden mass: 1800kgs

Interior Features

  • 12V Lighting

  • 230v socket(s)

  • 3 Burners

  • 3-way Fridge/Freezer

  • Bed in Dinette

  • Blinds

  • Blinds and Flyscreens

  • Blown air heating

  • Casette Toilet

  • Cloth Upholstery

  • Double Glazing

  • Fixed Double Bed

  • Flyscreens

  • Gas Oven

  • Grill

  • Hobs

  • Internal TV Point

  • LED Reading Lights

  • Microwave

  • Separate Shower Cubicle

  • Sink

  • USBs

  • Wardrobe

  • Wash Basin

  • Washroom

Exterior Features

  • Alloy wheels

  • Cassette Toilet

  • Double Glazed Windows

  • Skylights

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