Since its acquisition by the Walkinshaw Automotive Group, New Age Caravans has quickly integrated the automotive expertise in engineering, design and manufacturing of its parent company and is introducing a new level of innovation to the RV industry.
A caravan is a major purchase. This advice aims to put you on the road to happiness. The decision to purchase a caravan can be a daunting one. Like any sizeable investment, there’s a lot to consider. And our friends at New Age caravans have seen it all over the years. So, we put the question to the team at New Age caravans in Sydney: What are the most common mistakes people make when buying a van?
Their answers might just help you to avoid buyer regret.
You probably can take it all with you in New Age's big toy hauler caravan.
In these liberated days this is not always the case, but given that they are designed to take outdoor ‘toys’ like trail bikes, all terrain vehicles (quads), personal water craft (jet skis), mountain bikes and surfboards to adventure areas, it’s a fair chance that most of the XU (Xtreme Utility) caravans built at New Age's Melbourne factory will be bought and used by men.
The Walkinshaw Group has taken full ownership of New Age Caravans. “We are excited about our ownership of New Age Caravans”, said Ryan Walkinshaw. “We have been working steadily in the background to develop new aspects to the product, and we are looking forward to accelerating the outputs from our design and engineering teams”, added Walkinshaw.