Swift

Swift

In 1964, the founder of Swift, Ken Smith, built his first touring caravan, The Ten, in premises in Hedon Road, Hull and this model was sold for £289.  By 1970 Swift had expanded its range to six models all decorated with their trademark two-tone exteriors in pale green and white.  Their dealer network had expanded to 30 dealers in the United Kingdom.  The Group had also moved to their present home in Dunswell Road in Cottingham.  Swift was the first caravan or motorhome manufacturer to launch their first website, www.swiftgroup.co.uk in the late 1990s.

Swift Challenger 580

"A fantastic, fully fitted caravan at a super price. The 2021 model has many features seen in the Elegance. Mid-range, but feels more top range"

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Swift Elegance Grande 845

"Certainly at the high end of the market, but this one has the kit to go with it. A real 'Show stopper'!"

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Swift Basecamp 2

"A much-needed breath of fresh air in the market. A great toy-hauler with a maximum weight that can be upgraded which actually makes it usable as such."

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Swift Elegance 560

"This elegant Elegance really does come with a lot of kit"

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Swift Sprite Super Quattro FB

"This spacious 8 foot wide caravan has the best overall payload in the class (180kg), which is just what you need in a family caravan. It comes at a super price of £24,540 (to include Swift Command System)"

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Swift Challenger X 835

"A personal favourite layout of mine, Swift really offer a lot in this mid-range, 8 foot wide caravan."

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Swift Sprite Alpine 2

"Excellent 2-berth, it has everything you need and nothing you don’t need. Very well thought out."

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Swift Sprite Major 6TD

"Impressively lightweight for a six-berth with a sensible layout."

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Swift Sprite Super Quattro EB

"Relatively new layout which is proving popular, the fixed bed makes good use of the extra width."

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Swift Challenger X 850

"A luxurious couple’s tourer with a roomy lounge and desirable island fixed bed."

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Swift Elegance 645

"Sumptuous and luxurious."

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Swift Elegance Grande 850

"Suitable for both touring and seasonal pitches."

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Swift Sprite Super Quattro FB

"Lovely open layout with zones for two or four occupants."

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Swift Challenger 480

"A good two-berth with a luxury feel."

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Swift Challenger X 865

"Popular with older couples with four-berth flexibility – new wide body makes it even more comfortable and luxurious."

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Swift Challenger 480

"Supremely comfortable caravan for couples with oodles of storage for the cook."

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Swift Eccles 560

"Quality feel, impressively light for this layout."

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Swift Eccles 650

"Luxury for couples and families with teenagers."

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Swift Elegance 480

"Little extras such as the Omnivent and superior utensil storage separate the Elegance from the lower ranges."

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Swift Elegance 645

"Great attention to detail makes a caravan that will be very easy to life with. "

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Swift Elegance Grande 635

"Extra width makes this spacious; although layout is quite conventional, it suits the 8 foot body. "

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Swift Elegance Grande 655

"Looks amazing and very innovative."

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Swift Sprite Alpine 2

"Hugely appealing 2-berth caravan at a great price."

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Swift Sprite Major 4 EB

"Fresh styling, excellent use of space. "

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Swift Sprite Super Quattro FB

"If you want a 6-berth caravan with a fixed bed, this is brilliant. It can sleep 6, seat 6 and feed 6!"

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