Types of Motorhome

There's a large variety of motorhome types all of which have advantages and disadvantages. Some of your requirements, like size and storage, will refine your choice. Here we look at all motorhome types on the market.

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A-class motorhomes

Traditionally, most people aspire to own an A-class. They are seen as the cream of motorhomes but, whilst many sit at the luxury end, there are also a growing number of more affordable options now available.

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Fixed Roof Campervans

Fixed-roof campervans tend to be the most basic of conversions. They are often simply a van with little or no external modifications equipped to serve the basic needs of motorcaravanners. So don't expect high equipment or specification levels. However, they are often priced competitively and will appeal to those on a budget and those who do not want a large vehicle.

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High-top Campervans

High-top campervans were traditionally the domain of small-scale converters, but now larger mainstream manufacturers have also got in on the act.

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Low-profile Coachbuilt Motorhomes

In the beginning, most coachbuilt motorhomes were built with overcab beds, but now the fashion is for low-profile motorhomes, many of which are now coming equipped with electric drop-down beds above the lounge

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Overcab Bed Motorhomes

More commonly associated with families, these coachbuilts are identified by a prominent overcab moulding

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Rising Roof Campervans

As would be expected, rising roof campervans are van conversions with expanding, push-up roofs

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