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Trailer Tent Reviews: Pennine Sterling

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The Sterling was introduced in 1992, shortly after the demise of, and in order to replace, the Clubman, which ceased production in 1991. During its lifetime, it received one significant revamp, which impacted on its dimensions and weights.

The Sterling was introduced at the same time as the facelifted Mark 2 Pullman, and, externally, they were almost identical, apart from colour scheme. Internally, also, the two models were extremely similar. The Pullman had a distinctive internal and external colour scheme, whereas the Sterling did have a few different combinations in terms of fabrics and soft furnishings.

It was, in effect, a budget version of the Pullman (just like the Clubman, before it, had been) with no fridge, wardrobe or kitchen shelf unit, although these were all available as optional extras, so the distinction is not always that clear. There was also a product between the two, called the Sterling SE (Special Equipment) which further blurred the lines between the respective models.

At this time, there were only three exterior colour schemes available. The Pullman was terracotta and white, the Sterling green and white, and the SE was blue and white

In 1999 (three years after the Pullman) the Sterling was facelifted, with exterior body mouldings and new interior trim. The basic equipment level, however, remained the same, with a two burner hob, three way fridge and cold water, electric foot pump fed faucet. It was, also, renamed, the Sterling 510 (to denote it's length, in cm, when erected).

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