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A quality van conversion
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IH N-Class 630 RG - motorhome review

Last year IH grabbed headlines with a lime green N-Class. This year it’s Jaguar Racing Blue. Different paint, same superb ’van…

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

Conversion is UK-friendly
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Auto-Trail Tribute T-670 - motorhome review

There’s value aplenty in this Italian high-top, plus a Brit-pleasing layout with a spacious rear lounge.

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

The stylish A-class Rapido has a dual lounge set up
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Rapido 9094DF Design Edition - motorhome review

A new rear lounge completes an otherwise conventional A-class – perfect for us on this side of the Channel. With its rear L-settee and second seating area up front, the Rapido is nearest in concept to the (smaller) Bürstner Viseo i 700, but it is even closer in reality to its sister model, the 9066dF.

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

Budget-priced and great value for money
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Bailey Approach Advance 635 - motorhome review

Bailey’s 635 features a layout designed to give a couple the maximum amount of space in a sub-seven metre coachbuilt – and it costs less than £40,000. The 635 features an entirely new layout for Bailey (though not for the industry) with a large front, vis-à-vis lounge, mid-mounted kitchen and end washroom. It’s a dedicated two-berth with room to breathe in a 6.63-metre-long coachbuilt body.

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

Not too long despite the island bed
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Bürstner Viseo i 720 G Sovereign - motorhome review

The slimline, A-class Viseo’s appeal just got stronger, thanks to Sovereign special treatment for the UK market

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

Sleeping for six? At a push
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Campérêve Family Van - motorhome review

A high-top that can sleep up to six, has travel seating for five, and still manages to seem quite roomy? And yet it’s all on the 6m-long Fiat Ducato base – not even the extra-long!

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

Generous beds are a feature of the Hobbu
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Hobby Optima T70 GE - motorhome review

There’s plenty of competition in the single bed low-profile class, so how does the latest of the breed from Hobby stack up? Unique is an over-used word, but an adjective that has applied perfectly to many Hobby motorhomes over the years. Curved sides and wackily shaped windows made Hobbys really stand out from the motorhome pack and attracted a loyal band of owners.

Posted: 19 Feb 2015

Making sure there is enough is always a concern
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GM Coachwork Panorama

A very well specified VW camper that is perfectly set up for people who use a wheelchair

Posted: 27 Jan 2015

The 10 Years Edition
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Sunlight T69L 10 Years Edition

The Sunlight range celebrates its tenth year with a special edition and new standard UK spec

Posted: 23 Jan 2015

Great build quality for the price
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Weinsberg CaraCompact 600 MEG

Knaus’ sister brand is back in the UK and the CaraCompact is the company’s newest model, featuring a slim body and single beds.

Posted: 23 Jan 2015

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