Increases from 5 to 10 years: Bürstner doubles the density guarantee
From the model year 2019, the Bürstner doubles the density guarantee for its camping vehicles from 5 to 10 years. At the same time, the factory, which is part of the Erwin Hymer Group, presents several new caravan designs to attract more customers to this part of the caravan market. BoCM has taken a closer look at the news from Bürstner
Bürstner has not quite got the hang of the Norwegian caravan market. It may seem somewhat surprising, considering that Bürstner offers the absolute best density guarantee. This is because Bürstner has over time developed new materials, techniques and new designs to ensure that all joints between car sides, ceilings and flooring are almost 100% waterproof. The prerequisites for the guarantee are, of course, that the users follow the service intervals with the associated humidity control to the letter. And to dispel any doubts: The service checks must have been carried out by an authorized Bürstner dealer in order for the Density Guarantee to be valid.
New production line
The Bürstner factory in Kehl, just off Strassbourg in the south-west of Germany, recently opened a brand new production line, which significantly increases the production quality. This, together with the use of new materials and new method of joining, makes it possible to extend the moisture guarantee to 10 years. The users will thus be assured many years of safe use of Bürstner caravans, the factory says in its press release.
At the Düsseldorf Fair 2018, Bürstner presented his vision of the future of what a modern caravan should and should be in the form of the design study Harmony 3. Within the traditional van, Bürstner has developed a new ground plan that they believe will appeal to tomorrow's caravan users. The exterior has been redesigned in the form of new types of windows, and aerodynamic design gossip about hours in wind tunnel. Inside the door is a completely new luxury world that goes five star hotels a high corridor.
The division into different functional departments has been abandoned. The trolley has open space throughout the length, with bath and toilet on one side. There you will find a so-called waterfall shower. The sleeping area is integrated, the queen double bed is lowered from the ceiling when it is to be used. This frees up a lot of space, for example, a sofa in the longitudinal direction of the cart. This ends in the front of the kitchenette, where the dining table has been fitted with an espresso machine, and a state-of-the-art induction hob.
The media needs are in the form of a huge picture screen that is both a TV and can be a big wall picture outside of the TV viewing. The trolley is otherwise equipped with what may be provided by digital gizmos in all variants, such as automatic dimming, or setting of reading lights when desired. Not to mention the heating system. Everything should be controlled from a mobile phone via apps, just like other manufacturers.
Not on sale
For safety's sake, Bürstner emphasizes that this cart is not to be purchased - for the time being. It will show how the factory envisages camping life in the future. And claim that the carriage should be the forerunner of a whole series that will come in the "mid-price layer". The future study Harmony 3 from Bürstner clearly shows that the caravans will have a central place in the future of camping life. We would not mind going on a trip with this edition, which is a solid combination of luxury and ease of use.
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