Essential Guide to 2021 motorhomes – Auto-Trail F-Line and Tracker range
Auto-Trail F-Line motorhome
Auto-Trail is making a bold statement in the shape of the stylish 2021 F-Line motorhome range launching for the new season.
Built on the ever-popular Ford chassis and incorporating a super Lo-Line cab design with panoramic skyroof, there are four models in the F-Line range – including one brand-new model, the F74.
Incorporating numerous features for your holidays away or long weekend breaks, the new 7.32m F-74 low-proﬁle coachbuilt delivers a spacious front living area and large island bed at the rear.
The popular and integrated electronic drop-down bed is available as an optional extra, to make bedtime that much easier and to provide additional comfort.
A half-dinette is also available as a cost option, should you choose.
A separate shower is located opposite a washbasin and toilet, and there’s a well-equipped kitchen for when you feel like cooking up a cosy supper or a late breakfast.
At 7.32m, the F74 is the same length as two other layouts in the range, the F72 and F70. The F72 also sleeps four people, via front and rear lounges, with that electronic drop-down bed as an option.
The F70, another four-berth, has twin beds to the rear and seating that converts to a bed in its front lounge. Again, an electronic drop-down bed is available in the lounge as a cost option if you prefer.
Completing the F-Line family for 2021 is the F62 and F60. Both are sub-6m models (each are 5.99m in length), and sleep two people when the front lounge seating is converted. The option of an electronic drop-down bed remains.
The F62 has a washroom, toilet and shower to one side, at the rear, while the F60’s facilities are at the end of the vehicle, right across the back.
To mark the new season, there are a number of excellent features on the 2021 F-Line model range.
For an easy way to control your living environment, all models feature the new Whale Heat Air space and Expanse water heating, featuring the easy-to-use Heat Control panel.
This chassis-mounted system creates valuable storage and extra living space inside the motorhome.
Plus, you can now stay connected while on your travels. As a cost option, all F-Line models can be ﬁtted with new super-fast portable WiFi.
This is a pocket-sized device that can be easily connected and disconnected at the touch of a button and can connect multiple devices at the same time, including your smartphone, laptop, tablet and games console to keep everyone happy.
Price from £48,285 (OTR)
Base vehicle Ford Transit
Layouts Island bed, rear lounge, twin beds, front lounge
Travel seats 2+2 (option)
Gross weight 3,500kg
Auto-Trail Tracker motorhome
New from Auto-Trail for 2021, Tracker is a low-profile 3,500kg only range with the option to upgrade to 3,650kg at no extra cost.
The Tracker’s super Lo-Line external body features a low over-the-cab panoramic opening skylight, and a newly designed fully moulded rear panel with integrated rear camera.
For extra sleeping comfort, an electric drop-down bed is a cost option (dependent on the model).
The updated and upgraded Tracker is truly impressive, both inside and out. The 2021 season welcomes redeveloped layouts and two brand-new models.
Those two newcomers are the RL and SB. The RL is a two-berth with an attractive and spacious U-shaped lounge to the rear.
This is a great area in which to relax during the day, with plenty of seating to entertain guests, and converts into a double bed at night.
The RL is 7.09m in length.
The other new model is the SB, which is longer, at 7.39m. This is a four-berth, featuring two twin beds to the rear and a generous front living area.
The seating in the front lounge converts to a double bed, or, for extra convenience, there is the cost option of an electric drop-down double over the lounge.
The electric drop-down double is also available as a cost option across the whole range, with the exception of the RL.
Completing the Tracker line-up for the season are four other models. These are the EKS, which is the smallest in the range at 6.46m and has a layout featuring a corner shower and side-facing sofas in the front lounge; and the FB, which is 7.09m long and has a French bed to the rear with storage behind and to one side, with a washbasin, shower and toilet to the other side.
Completing the range is the LB, a 7.39m-long island bed layout with a further double bed available in the lounge; and the RB. This has a rear transverse double bed, a further double bed available in the lounge area, and measures 7.39m in length.
Both the LB and RB have a shower on one side of the interior, facing opposite a washbasin and toilet.
All models, apart from the RL, have two travel seats with the option of adding a further two. The RL has two in total.
Across the range, there are some notable features and functions via the Media Pack and the Media+ Pack, which are both available on Tracker models as cost options.
Catching up with the latest news after a long day of exploring the countryside will not be a problem, as all Tracker models feature a new integrated media centre, incorporating table storage, an illuminated entrance handle and a sleek 21.5in Avtex smart TV complete with a smooth pull-down cover for added protection.
You’ll ﬁnd beautifully curved upper locker doors throughout, each detailed with a chrome handle, new kitchen worktops featuring a stainless-steel undermounted sink and integrated chopping board.
The enhanced Tracker range also offers a newly designed shower cubicle and new LCD Zenec touchscreen dashboard head unit featuring motorhome-specific navigation, media entertainment and smartphone connectivity, too.
Price from £63,995 (OTR)
Base vehicle Fiat Ducato
Layouts Island bed, French bed, transverse bed, rear lounge, twin beds
Travel seats 2+2 (option)
Gross weight 3,500kg
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