Trailers Bürstner - model guide

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The German brand Bürstner is the quintessence of quality and a synonym for a trailer for demanding customers. The number of models can make many a headache. The rich and varied offer of trailers is nothing unusual for a manufacturer with over 50 years of experience and extensive technical facilities. Today we will introduce you to the individual product lines and their main features.

Trailers Bürstner - model guide

The German brand Bürstner is the quintessence of quality and a synonym for a trailer for demanding customers. The number of models can make many a headache. The rich and varied offer of trailers is nothing unusual for a manufacturer with over 50 years of experience and extensive technical facilities. Today we will introduce you to the individual product lines and their main features.

Premio Life - for novices and families

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Quality does not have to be expensive - this motto is the key to the "Life" series. The series of wallet-friendly models includes as many as 6 layouts with a place to sleep for 3 to 6 people - 415TK, 425TS, 430TS, 480TL, 480TS, 480TK. From the outside, "Life" is distinguished by a modern design, pleasing the eye, for example, with an attractive line of the back and modern LED lighting. All trailers are 261 cm high and 212 cm wide, which makes them maneuverable and easy to maneuver. Overall lengths range from approx. 615 cm to 715 cm, and the serial DMC is only 1100-1200 kg. Such a low weight will allow most users to stay within the limit of up to 3.5 tons with a tug. What does Premio Life offer us in terms of equipment?

  • roof and front / rear wall made of laminate - this protects the trailer against weather conditions
  • double glazing
  • insulated wheel arches
  • lockers accessible from inside and outside
  • large locker at the front with space for 2 gas cylinders
  • all fixed beds with frames
  • optimal arrangement of the gas heating system with automatic ignition
  • ventilated lockers and cabinets
  • refrigerator with a capacity of 90 or 142 liters, depending on the layout
  • lighting 12 / 230V
  • LED spots above the stove
  • floor / roof / wall thickness - 38/28/28 mm

A wealth of optional packages and equipment elements will allow you to configure the trailer according to your needs. We also have the option to raise the DMC to 1,360 kg (shorter models) and 1,500 kg (longer models), which will allow for a certain reserve for luggage and equipment.

Premio - get in and enjoy the freedom

The Premio series has been a bestseller in the German brand's model portfolio for several years. The manufacturer offers as many as 11 systems corresponding to various needs. From 3 to 6 people will find a place to sleep here. The clearance from the floor to the ceiling is 198 cm (with a total height of the caravan reaching 261 cm). Overall lengths range from 644 (395TS) to 803 cm (550TK). The standard GVM from 1,300 to 1,600 kg can of course be optionally extended to 1,700 / 2,000 kg respectively. What do we get as standard? Next to the roof and the front and rear laminate walls, we have a safe ALKO frame with a stabilizing hook, a 44-liter clean water tank, large service hatches on the side (in models with bunk beds, you can easily lift the lower bed, e.g. bicycles). Inside, too, you will find many pieces of equipment without which it is difficult to imagine a great holiday: 3-burner stove, cold foam mattresses, 3 kW gas heating with an optional additional electric boiler (5 l), and even a heated floor. As in the models from the "Life" series, we can choose from optional packages and equipment (from batteries and additional sockets inside to atmospheric interior lighting.

Premio Plus - even more space

4 layouts from the Premio Plus series are real wonders of space - thanks to the use of a comfortable, fold-down bed, we get a comfortable bedroom just above the living room. Additionally - in the 410TK model, the bed lowers very low, allowing really easy access for people with limitations or children. The Plus series models are slightly taller and wider - 271 cm of total height in the middle give as much as 208 cm of ground clearance, which, combined with the 232 cm width of the caravan, gives a feeling of incredible space and comfort of use. The total lengths are 613-752 cm, and the DMC is from 1360 to 1700 kg (in option, a maximum of 1700-2000 kg respectively). The seat backrests used with a distance from the wall allow the heat to be distributed throughout the caravan also in the colder months. From 3 to even 7 people will find a place to sleep here. An excellent proposition for families with children and people who travel in a smaller group, but would like to have an additional place for guests (e.g. grandchildren) without giving up space to live.

An interesting proposition is also the unique Premio Limited series - these are specially prepared and remarkably equipped systems based on Premio Plus 4 for the most demanding customers. Limited models are instantly recognizable. The smooth surface of the outer walls and aluminum rims emphasize the unique character of these trailers. The standard includes double glazing, drawbar covers, a TV holder, gas sockets and stabilizer brackets with support plates, an external sliding window in the kitchen and a solid door with glazing and mosquito net. Added to this is an increased weight from 1,700 kg to 1,900 kg (depending on the layout) and the Premio II package, which includes the Heki II panoramic roof window, body door, mood lighting under the shelves, a 230V air-heating system and an electric boiler. In the Premio 530 TL and Premio Plus 520 TL models, the single bed package includes a foldable bed base. Depending on the model, up to 6 people can be accommodated here.

Averso Plus - simply "the best"

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The top line of Bürstner trailers consists of 3 systems that leave no wishes in terms of the quality of workmanship and equipment. The comfortable width of 232 cm and the length of 727-752 cm allow up to seven people to feel at home without any problems.

As standard, we find here the highest quality materials and equipment that will ensure our comfort all year round. A kitchen for demanding customers, including a 3-burner stove with a cover (allowing to use the space as a working space), a sink, spacious drawers with a free house are just some of the elements. Mood lighting all around and reading spots allow you to create light scenes for any occasion. Among the systems we have 2 with an integrated bathroom (3 in 1) and one with a separate shower and toilet and a washbasin located outside. Each trailer has a wardrobe and a spacious refrigerator. Carefully designed heating ensures that warm air is evenly distributed. The beautiful design of the furniture and the colors of the upholstery make Averso Plus a true aristocrat in the segment of high-class caravans.

The authorized dealer of the Bürstner brand is the ELCAMP RV group from Krakow. In their offer you will find not only caravans of this brand, but also a wide range of motorhomes, some of which are always available on site.


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Maciej Kinal
Maciej Kinal

I feel best in the form of trade fairs and meetings with enthusiasts. Technical freak. In my life I have dismantled many motorhomes for the first time. Fan of large vehicles, mountain biking and traveling without weight and financial restrictions. At CampRest, I am responsible for all publications on automotive topics.

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When we were planning a one-week vacation in 2013, our travel life changed completely, because new family members appeared in the world, two little daughters. The temptation was greater than common sense, besides, we successfully seasoned the girls at rallies, and so 2-month-old and 5-month-old babies were packed for holidays. We took two cars along the route: Slovakia - Hungary. The plan was simple, get as far as the girls would go. We planned the first longer stop in Trencin , at a campsite on an island. The location was very inviting - an island on the Vah River overlooking the castle. Picturesque? The idyll ended there, so we only stayed one night, which the gentlemen successfully used for beer tasting at the bar on the campsite. The next day we left quite late, because we were hoping that the beer percentages would evaporate, but we had to use a ruse with the driver-passenger exchange. We drove a few dozen kilometers very calmly, and then a metallic noise began to be heard from the bus. Sometimes downhill, sometimes in gear, sometimes in slack. It irritated our nerves, what's worse, we couldn't drive like this without fear of a serious breakdown. People were a bit surprised when for a moment one of the boys was running with his head against the left rear wheel, because it was from this part of the bus that the noise was coming. We decided to make a stop at a gas station to see what was causing the fuss. A dream-stop place - a station, and right next to a restaurant - the girls go to the restaurant with the kids, and the boys remove the breakdown. The joy was short-lived, because it turned out to be a brothel, not a restaurant. So the girls in the Ford were sipping cold drinks, hornets were flying nearby, and the boys were banging the wheels with a hammer. After a few hours, the decision was made - we are going to the campsite, where you will be able to look into the wheel and wait for meals from Poland if necessary. We got to Zvolen in Slovakia, well here the commune left its mark on campsites, we haven't seen such toilets for a long time. Spooky alleyways made of tin tilts, dimly lit, scary, only a few people on the campsite, scary. We have not even unpacked, hopefully remove the defect as soon as possible and move on. A few phone calls to friends, confirmation of the theory - this is a joint, a conclusion - you can go on, but it will get louder and unpleasant. In order to loosen up, in the evening we decided to make a summer cinema, we got into our sleeping bags, because the nights were already cold, and we enjoyed the Oscar-winning production Public Enemy, a strange choice for a holiday evening, so we dispersed imperceptibly to the cars. In the morning, the gentlemen tightened the bearing and we go further to Eger (the big city is our destination, the campsite was supposed to be nice, there is no point in sitting on the one that the creators of cheap horror movies demand) there we will find a shop or a mechanic. On the way, we noticed a car parts store, we stop, the seller directs us to the mechanic next door, and there a very nice Hungarian - the owner of the plant looks under the bus, confirms that it is a joint, writes the name of the part in Hungarian and the name of the store on a piece of paper. Eger and where you can order a part. We arrive at Szarvaskő , this is where our destination campsite is supposed to be, discouraged by the previous two, we cross a beautiful wooden bridge, decorated with wooden flower pots, we jostle with a slurry tanker and suddenly enter the campsite with hedge boxes, a beautiful toilet building, a shelter and a summer kitchen , a climbing wall, fire places, a lake, a waterfall, a playground and a hotel. Several cars from Poland, Belgium and Hungary on the field. Phew. it's good, it's clean and very nice. apart from a bit of a pain in the road close to the campsite is great. From here we make bus trips to Eger , Belapatfalva , Szilvásvárad . We especially recommend the cable car route in Szilvásvárad , it is worth going up to the upper station to the waterfalls and returning on foot along beautiful paths. Here, in the parking lot, we eat a greasy, savory donut, i.e. a langosz, whoever has not tried should regret it, although the liver will forgive him for it, because it is a real caloric bomb. In Belapatfalva , we admire the monastery, we buy a tablecloth from a very nice Hungarian woman who embellishes on linen materials on the spot. We come back from the trip from Eger with vegetables and meat and in the evening we make a real stew over the fire for our new friends from Poland and Belgium. We find a pot of the right size in the camping kitchen, light a fire in the fireplace and spend a lovely evening with a couple of Poles and Belgians. In the meantime, the guys are repairing the bus. It's been so nice for us a few days, on Friday we are packing, because on Saturday some of the team are called by their duties. The other three stay in Hungary for a few more days, but they move closer to Budapest to Papa , where there is a nice campsite and thermal pools next to it - here is half of Germany, the other probably in Hajduszoboszlo. We will catch the Hungarian Baja Rally 2013, where Krzysztof Hołowczyc and pilot Andreas Schulz took 2nd place, and we are soaking our daughter in warm waters. When traveling with such a little man, other things are important, such as a separate room for a child with a bathtub and changing table, clean toilets and a quiet campsite, and it was all there in both camps - in Hungary, in Slovakia, unfortunately not anymore. We liked it in Hungary, although we visited much less than usual, but we mastered traveling by buses in a foreign country with prams, bags, cameras and other shelters, and we did not lose anything. In 2014, we are planning a much longer route and a much longer vacation.