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What to see at the 2017 NEC motorhome show – Eura Mobil Integra I 890 EB motorhome

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Here is the latest luxury coachbuilt from German motorhome maker, Eura Mobil. See it at the National Motorhome and Caravan Show on stand 9.140

Germany’s Eura Mobil is back in the UK thanks to a tie-up with Derbyshire-based dealer, Geoff Cox Motorhomes. Look out for the debut of the German manufacturer’s tag-axle A-class Integra with stunning looks and specification.

Construction is entirely wood-free and there’s a double floor that includes underfloor heating.

The flagship Integra I 890 EB is an A-class that sits on Ducato Maxi coupled to an Al-Ko chassis with a impressive 1,300kg of payload and a maximum vehicle weight of 5,500kg.

Inside, there’s a luxurious interior with state-of-the-art programmable and dimmable LED ambient lighting throughout, Alde heating and heat exchanger, USB charging ports and pull-out flat-screen TV. The front lounge has seating for eight in comfort on its twin side-facing sofas, swivel cab seats and forward facing twin belted travel seats.

Behind the lounge and forward of the bedroom and ensuite washroom is the kitchen, which features a 160-litre fridge, 30-litrel freezer, oven and hob, wine rack, extractor fan and coffeemaker. At the rear is the bedroom with a choice of either twin single beds (EB) or large island bed (QB) over a massive garage.

At the foot of the beds is the washroom that features a large, separate shower.

The Integra comes with three packs all as standard and add things such as 6m mechanical awning, solar panels and sound system, while optional extras like automatic gearbox and leather upholstery are available.

Prices begin at £102,000, although currently this flagship model is only available in left-hand drive.

For those wanting similar levels of luxury but in something a little smaller (and in right-hand drive), have a look at the Integra Line range, which are available in the same layouts and start from £71,353 for the 695 EB.

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