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News from the Dusseldorf Caravan Salon motorhome show: Hobby

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RELAXING HOBBY


Developed after consultation with UK dealers, Hobby's Siesta 65 UC offers a comfy rear U-shaped lounge in a seven-metre low profile.

Ford's trusty Transit provides motivation with 140bhp engine an option.

Unique features in the motorhome include a shower-creating sliding wall in the washroom and Hobby's own fridge, the space-saving Slim Tower.

Check MMM for a full live-in test in the coming months.

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