The Musketeer Centaur has all the extensive features of the popular Musketeer Aramis, but is slightly shorter in length.
Why did we add this model to our highly popular Musketeer range?
People told us they love the Musketeer Aramis but preferred a caravan that’s under 20 feet long. You ask, we act! The Musketeer Centaur belongs to the 19’ series, providing a shorter option that is easier to tow. The length of your caravan can also make a big difference to the overall weight of your caravan, your towing capacity and fuel efficiency.
This dual axle caravan offers a spacious and open-plan feel with plenty of kitchen bench space and a wide range of options. The default seating configuration is a Club Lounge but you could opt instead for L-shape seating, Cafe Dinette seating, or our ever popular Recliners. The choice is yours!
As per all Musketeer models, the Musketeer Centaur offers style, luxury, and designer touches throughout. The spacious feeling of your Musketeer is further enhanced by the large windows, a myriad of bright remote controlled LED lighting and overhigh 80” ceilings. And because your Musketeer Centaur is made using EcoLite™️ high-quality composite construction, it’s stronger, lighter and superior to a traditional build caravan.
Enhance your Musketeer Centaur experience with our popular All-terrain bundle designed for exploring the captivating outback environment. Click here to find out more...
(created on 22/05/2023)
*Indicative lengths and weights are for standard configuration, any additional options or variations will increase weights. Weights are approximate only and can vary between individual caravans. The Compliance Plate specifies the accurate weight for each respective caravan. Alterations to designated ATM may be requested at the time of order provided it does not exceed the legal maximum and is subject to the final tare weight. Body length is measured externally from the front wall to the back wall. Overall length is measured externally from the A-Frame coupling to the back wall. Overall width is measured externally and includes all protruding fixtures.
Updated as at 30/06/2023. Current models may not be pictured.