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NEW 2020 Carado V 337 motorhome

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With a spacious layout, a clever washroom and an impressive kitchen, the V 337 from Carado is a delightful motorhome. 

Carado V 337

  • Price from: £39,399 OTR
  • Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato
  • Layout: Twin rear beds
  • Berths: 2
  • Travel seats: 4
  • Length: 6.65m
  • Gross weight: 3,500kg
  • Payload: 900kg

The layout gives a spacious, relaxed and stylish feel to this model. The comfortable, 1.95m twin beds at the rear sit in a stylish bedroom area. You’re not limited to twin beds, however, if you choose the pull-out lounging option. With this option you can turn your single beds into a big double bed.

Two overhead cupboards at the rear, shelf space and wardrobes under the beds on each side give you plenty of space for clothes and accessories. The skylight and windows on each side makes it a light, airy bedroom. A curtain separates the bedroom from the kitchen and washroom for privacy and keeping out the light.

Carado’s clever Vario washroom makes it easy to convert the washroom into a shower room. Swing the basin and mirror over the toilet and you have a decent-sized shower. Carado certainly packs a lot into the space.

Opposite the washroom is the gorgeous kitchen with plenty of storage in the way of overhead lockers and cupboards.

The combined three-burner gas hob and kitchen sink, plus kitchen surfaces, make it easy to prepare and cook meals. The 89-litre fridge-freezer is plenty for two people on tour.

The stylish living space can easily accommodate four people around the table, with two on the travelling seats and another two on the driver and passenger seats.

A big cupboard above the table is perfect for keeping your accessories and equipment tidy and secure. The skylight and windows make the living space cosy and exquisite for eating, relaxing and entertaining.

Outside, the garage is big enough to stow a couple of bikes, your outside furniture and BBQ equipment and any other gear you need on tour, so there’s no need to pack light.

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