Outside, there are a number of items to point
out. A full-length awning comes as standard,
as do two 4kg gas cylinders found in a
dedicated locker on the nearside.
At least one external speaker would be
appreciated, and perhaps a fold-down picnic
table and 12V point, but these were not
provided on our review model, though they
are offered as an option.
The motorhome is constructed using Avida’s
own insulated, light-weight sandwich panels
and includes underfloor protection.
The Avida Silverton is available in both C
class and B class format. Which one is right
for you depends on your travelling needs;
however, it is worth pointing out that the B
class unit is 170mm less in overall height.
This mightn’t sound like a lot, but when it
comes to navigating van parks with
overhanging branches, not to mention driving
under low bridges, that 170mm could make
all the difference.
The Silverton combines the class and sheer
drivability of the Mercedes Benz Sprinter with
the solid and dependable motorhome
construction of Avida.
With a logical layout, a wide range of features
– including a reverse-cycle air-conditioner –
and a mostly refined fit and finish, it is a
motorhome that should do you proud as you
tour the highways and byways of Australia.