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Club announces Motorhome and Campervan Awards 2020 winners


Amid a packed field of award entrants this year for the Motorhome and Campervan Awards 2020, the Caravan and Motorhome Club announced the winners on Friday at their prestigious event at the National Motorcycle Museum.

The Club has 17 categories covering a wide variety of motorhomes and campervans available in the market. The categories include entry level and luxury models, and different construction methods. Judging took place at the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC, which closed on Sunday.

Here are the 2020 category winners:

Any Campervan or Van Conversion Dealer Special Award

Winner: Vehicles 4 Leisure Elddis Peugeot Prestige CV20

Vehicles 4 Leisure’s Elddis Prestige CV20 is a two-berth campervan with a big rear lounge and bedroom space. It’s perfect for couples who want an entry-level campervan and prefer one big living space at the back.

Find out more: www.vehicles4leisure.co.uk

Over Four Berth Coachbuilt Dealer Special Award

Winner: Lowdhams Leisureworld Swift Kon-Tiki Sport Grand Prix 596

If you have a big family and need space in your motorhome, this Swift Kon-Tiki Sport Grand Prix 596 should be on your list, especially as it’s just won an award. Check the Lowdhams website for prices and availability.

Find out more: www.lowdhams.com/new-swift-kon-tiki-motorhomes

Three-Four Berth Coachbuilt Dealer Special Award

Winner: Lowdhams Leisureworld Swift Kon-Tiki Sport Grand Prix 599L

For two people who occasionally have friends or family with them, this Lowdhams dealer special, the Swift Kon-Tiki Sport Grand Prix 599L is a good option. 

Find out more: www.lowdhams.com/new-swift-kon-tiki-motorhomes

Two Berth Coachbuilt Dealer Special Award

Winner: Vehicles 4 Leisure Elddis Peugeot Prestige 120

Designed for couples the award-winning Vehicles4Leisure Elddis Prestige 120 motorhome sits on a Peugeot Boxer chassis, and comes with lots of extras, including a wired reversing camera, bike rack, electronic stability control and car air con. And, the price is competitive, so the Prestige 120 is a good entry level motorhome.

Find out more here: www.vehicles4leisure.co.uk

A Class over £90,000

Winner: Frankia Mercedes-Benz i8400 Plus Platin

Go big with the magnificent A Class motorhome from Frankia with their i8400 Plus Platin. At 8.58 metres long, and weighing 5.5 tonnes, the four berth motorhome is at the luxury end of the market. The Plus Platin comes with a 190bhp engine as standard, so it’s no slouch on the road either.

Find out more here: www.frankia.com

A Class under £90,000

Winner: Mobilvetta Tekno K Yacht 79

Mobilvetta Tekno K Yacht 79

For under £80,000, the four-berth Mobilvetta Tekno K Yacht 79 is a good choice if you want to get a lot for your money. As with most leisure vehicles from Marquis Leisure, the company adds in a lot of extras as standard. Extras include a heated windscreen, a DAB entertainment system with integrated reversing camera, and automatic cab air conditioning.

Find out more: www.marquisleisure.co.uk

Coachbuilts over £75,000

Winner: Swift Kon-Tiki 675

Swift’s Kon-Tiki is its luxury motorhome range. With four berths and four travel seats, the Kon-Tiki 675 is a motorhome you’d look at if you want to travel in style, greater comfort and when your budget is generous. It has two-fixed beds at the rear and a double bed at the front, which makes it ideal for families, or couples who have occasional guests.

Find out more: www.swiftgroup.co.uk

Coachbuilts £60,000-£75,000

Winner: Auto-Sleeper Peugeot Nuevo EK

Despite its compact size (it’s 5.71 metres long), the Auto-Sleeper Nuevo EK is more spacious inside than it first appears. And, it has flexible sleeping arrangements so you can choose between single beds or a double at night. This two berth motorhome has its washroom and kitchen at the back, which leaves space at the front for lounging and dining.

Find out more: www.auto-sleepers.com

Coachbuilts £55,000-£60,000

Winner: Bailey Autograph 69-2

The mid-range, two berth Bailey Autograph 69-2 comes packed with features, including an integrated Sat Nav system, Dometic reversing camera, 16-inch alloy wheels and bi, 134-litre fridge. The Autograph 69-2 has a big rear lounge which converts into a double bed or two singles. This motorhome has a 165bhp engine and cruise control, which makes it ideal for long tours in the UK or abroad.

Find out more: www.baileyofbristol.co.uk

Coachbuilts £50,000-£55,000

Winner: Bailey Alliance Silver Edition 66-2

With its sleeping and lounge space at the front. And, washroom at the back the Bailey Alliance Silver Edition 66-2 sits at the lower end of prices for new motorhomes, and it is good value for money. Designed for two, the 66-2 comes with nice features as standard, such as the exterior BBQ point, Thule wind-out awning, and a reversing camera.

Find out more: www.baileyofbristol.co.uk

Coachbuilts under £50,000

Winner: Swift Edge 412

When your budget is tight and you are happy to have a lounge which is also your bedroom, the Swift Edge 412 fits the bill. At £46,305, this model is an affordable, first-time motorhome, which is big enough inside for meals and downtime. It’s a two berth model in which you can make up a double bed, or keep the seats as two singles.

Find out more: www.swiftgroup.co.uk

Van Conversions £55,000- £65,000

Winner: Moto-Trek Leisure Treka EB

Moto-Trek Leisure Treka EB campervan

The Moto-Trek Leisure-Treka EB van conversion has an L-shaped lounge which converts into a double bed. Conversely, it has an L-shaped kitchen, and a rear washroom. Its seating means you have loads of space for eating and relaxing as a couple, or a family (if you add the optional travel seats). It comes with plenty of standard features (inc. cab air con, cruise control and heated mirrors). The Leisure-Treka EB is good value too.

Find out more: www.moto-trek.co.uk

Van Conversions over £65,000

Winner: RP Motorhomes Mercedes-Benz Rebel Slide Twin 4x4

Couples who want a luxurious should put the Rebel Slide 4X4 van conversion by RP Motorhomes. With bags of space inside because of its slide-out section, slick interior design and a great driving experience because of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, this model stands out from the crowd. The Rebel Slide has semi-automatic climate control, a 6-speed manual gearbox and the Mercedes-Benz multimedia system in the cab. With AWD, you can take it on rougher tracks and roads too.

Find out more: www.rpmotorhomes.com

Van Conversions £50,000-£55,000

Winner: WildAx Citroën Relay Pulsar

The WildAx Citroën Relay Pulsar has the new Euro 6 diesel engine, which makes it more efficient on fuel. With prices starting at just over £50k on this model, you get cab air con, cruise control, a reversing camera and sensors and a Sat Nav. The Relay has two berths and four travelling seats, which makes it flexible for families too.

Find out more here: www.wildaxmotorhomes.com

Van Conversions under £50,000

Winner: Elddis Autoquest CV20

The Elddis Autoquest CV20 van conversion is great value for money in a market which can make your eyes water at the price of some models. This two berth campervan is a great entry point vehicle for first-time buyers. The rear lounge converts into a double bed, or keep it as two singles. The CV20 has a good sized kitchen, lots of storage and a neat washroom.

Find out more here: www.elddis.co.uk

Campervans over £47,000

Winner: Vision Tech Automotive Volkswagen VTA 20/20 Vision

The Vision Tech Automotive VW VTA 20/20 Vision is a super-stylish campervan. In a world of standard designs, the 20/20 Vision will grab your attention with its distinctive interior designs and units.

Find out more here: www.visiontechautomotive.co.uk

Campervans under £47,000

Winner: Ventura Campervans Peugeot Boxer Ventura VR200

Peugeot Boxer Ventura VR200 from Ventura Campervans

Ventura’s pop-top campervan, the VR200 sleeps up to four people and has a big double bed. However, the special aspect of this campervan is the choice of interior designs on offer. It doesn’t have the most powerful engine, but the VR200 can get up to 47mpg. Also, air conditioning and a DAB radio come as standard.

Find out more here: www.venturacampers.co.uk



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