Archive | October, 2014

Horizon Motorhomes Casuarina Review

Horizon Casuarina Review – The Colour Of Sunset – October 2014

Australian Caravan+RV Reviews the Horizon Casuarina. Built on the extra long wheelbase version of the Fiat Ducato, the burnt orange Casuarina stands out in the bleak greyness of stormy Ballina like Nemo in a fishbowl. The metallic colour is a $1650 option, and Horizon has even gone to the trouble of colour matching the four-metre long, […]

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The Wanderer Feature – The Ballina Connection – October 2014

THE BALLINA CONNECTION Horizon Motorhomes is based in Ballina, in the beautiful Northern Rivers area of northern NSW, a place definitely worth putting on your ‘must visit’ list. Ballina is also home to BCMC (Ballina Campervan and Motorhome Centre), which is not surprising as both of these brands are owned by the same person, Clayton […]

Horizon Motorhomes Ensures Electrical Cable Safety Following Infinity Electrical Cable Safety Recall

Following a national recall on 27th August 2014 of Infinity cables after they failed electrical safety standards due to poor quality plastic insulation coating, Horizon Motorhomes would like to reassure all our customers that we do NOT currently and have not in the past used any Infinity Cables in our wiring of our Motorhomes. A […]

Horizon Casuarina Review – Cruisy Casuarina – October 2014

iMotorhome Reviews the Horizon Casuarina. The Casuarina continues Horizon’s tradition of naming its motorhomes after Australian flowering trees and shrubs. What an evolutionary development means in practical terms is that the Casuarina is built on a extra-long wheel-base (ELWB) Fiat Ducato van as opposed to the Melaleuca’s long wheelbase (LWB) variant, gaining 365 mm (1ft […]