When the Bürstner Lyseo TD Harmony Line was launched here three years ago, it was seen as a unique combination of mid-range pricing and a low-profile motorhome with highlights such as a full technical double floor. For 2020, Bürstner has enhanced this winning combination further
Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato Layout: Rear lounge Berths: 2-5 Travel seats: 4 Length: 7.49m Gross weight: 3,500kg Payload: 440kg
Three years after its launch, the time has come for a facelift for the Harmony Line.
As a result, the German manufacturer has given this excellent coachbuilt a range of enhancements including
Continuing the focus on the rear of the 744, the revamped exterior design also includes new rear light holders and a large rear spoiler with integrated braking lights.
The interior also benefits from some changes with new upholstery and stitching and a newly developed entrance element.
Storage capacity has been enhanced with a TV compartment.
There's also a new panoramic skylight above the cab.
Another novelty is Bürstner’s portable ‘Home Light’ with a built-in charging station and battery life of up to eight hours.
This complements the exisiting internal lighting and is also highly practical, as it can be used as a portable light - handy if you need to pop outside during the night. It comes as standard on the 744 - and the 745 - and is available as an option in the other layouts.
To all this, the TD 744 model adds a layout that’s particularly in tune with UK tastes.
Its star feature is the rear lounge but there’s also a second seating area (with seatbelts) up front, as well as the possibility of electric drop-down beds over both the forward and rear lounge areas.
As one would expect from a special range such as the Harmony Line, the manufacturer has specified it particularly well, so in addition to the already hgih level of standard equipment in the habitation area – such as the inclusion of both the Kitchen Package and the Lighting Package – buyers also get extras in the cab and for the driver, including