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Motorhomes to change your life

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Mart's May motorhome selection

The mid-April Peterborough Show on is imminent, for many people marking their motorhome's first outing of the season. If you are eager to join the ranks of the road runners but haven't yet committed yourself to buying, our used selection will give you some great ideas.

1998 Auto-Sleepers Symphony £15,995 at Todds Motorhomes

1998 Auto-Sleepers Symphony
 
The Symphony was originally described as the high-top that thinks it's a coachbuilt

2003 Auto-Sleepers Symbol £22,995 Todds Motorhomes

 


 
The Symbol is a Symphony look-alike but was re-styled to appeal for younger buyers

1977 Romahome St Michel  £11,995 at OCT Motorhomes


 
The pioneering fibreglass mouldings still look fresh in this bargain-priced early Romahome

2007 Devon Monaco  £25,995 at SMC Motorhomes 


 
The Monaco's underbed storage is ideal for sports enthusiasts and those who exibit at shows

2008 IH Tio R  £43,995 from IH Motorhomes


 
The Tio R takes van conversions just about as far as you can go in terms of comfort and specification

2004 Elnagh Joxy 46  £29,995 at Becks Motorhomes


 
The Joxy has four belted seats and four berths, although making the lounge bed could be a bit of a chore

2006 Eura Mobil Profila 672 SB  £28,995 at SMC Motorhomes


 
The Profila shares a similar layout to the Joxy, with almost indestructible build quality

2005 Laika Ecovip 6.1  £26,995 at SMC Motorhomes


 
The Laika styling is like no other and this Ecovip is beautifully designed throughout

Close-up on our featured motorhome of the month:

2005 Rapido Le Randonneur 709F  Oak Tree Motorhomes £26,995



Although no longer made, we think the 709F is one of the best two-berth motorhomes you can buy. Its only potential drawback is that there are only a fixed double bed to cater for the driver and the occupants of three fully-belted passenger seats. Don't complain about that; extra berths would have compromised a superb layout, so pack a tent inside for the kids.

See fully illustrated reviews of each of these motorhomes in Caravan Motorhome & Camping Mart
On sale from April 8 or order online
Here

 

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