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Essential Guide to 2020 motorhomes - Vantage motorhomes


Two new models are joining the Vantage ranks for 2020 and they are a break from the norm. Up until now all Vantage motorhomes have been two berths with just two travelling seats, but that is set to change with the Rio and Sky models.

Vantage Rio and Sky motorhomes

The new Rio will have four travel seats and three berths. This U-shaped rear lounge model is in response to those who might wish to use their motorhome on away-days or for short trips with family. There’s a super-king size (or two singles) plus an additional single made from the front dinette. The extra flexibility for both travelling and sleeping brings new options for customers. The U-shaped rear lounge, as seen in the Neo, has proved very popular with owners and has been incorporated into the new designs.

The interior of the Vantage Rio motorhome

The second new model is significantly different and brings Vantage Motorhomes into a new market. The Sky has four travelling seats and five berths and incorporates an electric drop-down bed.

There’s a front dinette and Vantage’s popular U-shaped rear lounge. It’s the first motorhome in the range to utilise the Fiat XLWB extra-high-top.

The interior of the Vantage Sky motorhome

The additional height means that the double bed is tucked away in the roof above the rear lounge, allowing it to be used as a comfortable two or three-berth with the added option of the extra bed when needed. The high roof means good headroom and additional storage. There’s a super-king size (or two singles), a small double (drop-down), plus a single, again giving a high degree of flexibility for families.

The Sky and Rio motorhomes from Vantage motorhomes

Price from: £69,765 OTR (Sky), £65,765 OTR (Rio)
Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato
Layouts: Rear lounges
Berths: 5 (Sky), 3 (Rio)
Travel seats: 4
Length: 6.36m
Gross weight: 3,500kg (both models)
Payload: 300kg (Sky), 380kg (Rio)


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