Written on: 19/02/2011
we have owned an Eriba duo/familia 10yrs we called it our TARDIS they are
fantastic and wonderful totow we have just upgraded to a 2004 troll we are in need of a toilet now getting old .We looked at various makes but alwys returned to Eriba dont hesitate we got more money for ours than we paid in 2000 hope we see you in europe love from Norfolk UK .You have to get used to
other campers wanting to look and always being amazed at the space and design also the insulation.Hint you become addicted… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2010
The Puck 230GT is the pick of the Eriba Touring range. A great practical touring van for two, light, economical and easy to tow and to manoeuvre on site, fits in most garages, plenty of storage space, brilliant airy layout. Superb design and built to last so low depreciation - check out the many Eribas 20 or more years old. Excellent support through UK eriba forum and enthusiast dealers. The thinking person's caravan for the 21st Century… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2010
It soon became one of the family. It fits our life style, budget and garage. We downsized from a Discovery towing a Bailey Wyoming which returned 23mpg to our Peugeot 406 and Eriba Puck L 230 GT.
Last September we left Dartmouth in Devon and toured the highlands of Scotland. 2700miles over 3 weeks and returned an overall 39.8 mpg! We can now afford to tour more.
I wish I'd known just how good this 'Eriba Touring' was before I spent such a lot of money on previous caravans… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/05/2009
The Eriba (Hymer) Puck L 230GT is well made and funky. Stylish,classic… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/10/2008 by Gumdrop (1 review written)
These retro-styled caravans are have always been popular achieving cult status. They tow very well and the rounded shape and low height gives low drag/good economy (so important nowadays). The Eriba range starts with the tiny 2-berth Puck which can be towed by many small cars (like the Mini) and goes on to the larger Puck 230GT, Familia's, Tritons, and finally Trolls… Read Full Review
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