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HymerCar Grand Canyon campervan - motorhome review

A tried and tested layout is refreshed, adding innovation and quality, with a twist that makes this into a capable family ‘van

Posted: 25 Nov 2014

The Danbury Trail based on the VW Transporter T30
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Danbury Trail - motorhome review

The Trail is the latest addition to Danbury’s T5 campervan range, sitting as an entry-level product below the more traditional, side-kitchen Surf. Danbury also offers the rear-kitchen Active and the long-wheelbase Royale with an end bathroom layout. But the firm is perhaps even better known for its unique offerings: the T5 Doubleback with its electric rear slide-out section and its new campers based on the classic Brazilian Type 2. Production in Brazil has now come to an end but the company still has stocks of vehicles both converted and awaiting conversion.

Posted: 25 Nov 2014

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Marquis Lifestyle 686 - motorhome review

The latest Marquis-Swift collaboration, a Lifestyle 686, joins Which Motorhome magazine on a six-month long-term test

Posted: 25 Nov 2014

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Hole Creative VW T5 Mk1 - motorhome review

Stuart Holes combines cutting-edge design techniques and imaginative style in a clever campervan based on the ever-popular Volkswagen T5

Posted: 25 Nov 2014

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Bailey Approach Autograph 765

The Bailey Approach Autograph 765 is designed for six people, so we filled every seat and headed to the seaside in this update long-term test

Posted: 25 Nov 2014

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Marquis Lifestyle 686 - motorhome review

The latest Marquis-Swift collaboration, a Lifestyle 686, joins Which Motorhome magazine on a six-month long-term test

Posted: 24 Nov 2014

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Danbury Trail - motorhome review

The Trail is the latest addition to Danbury’s T5 campervan range, sitting as an entry-level product below the more traditional, side-kitchen Surf. Danbury also offers the rear-kitchen Active and the long-wheelbase Royale with an end bathroom layout. But the firm is perhaps even better known for its unique offerings: the T5 Doubleback with its electric rear slide-out section and its new campers based on the classic Brazilian Type 2. Production in Brazil has now come to an end but the company still has stocks of vehicles both converted and awaiting conversion.

Posted: 24 Nov 2014

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Hymer B598 PremiumLine - Motorhome review

Hymer’s latest A-class model houses a great island bed layout and a British-style cooker – all in under seven metres

Posted: 20 Nov 2014

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Auto-Trial Imala 720 - motorhome review

Reasonably priced, well-equipped and large enough to take a family of four and all their gear – this is Auto-Trail’s new, more affordable Imala range

Posted: 20 Nov 2014

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Bailey Approach Autograph 730 - motorhome review

Large bedroom, large washroom, large kitchen, large lounge, but we did have some small issues with Bailey’s new island bed model...

Posted: 20 Nov 2014

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