Base vehicle: Peugeot Boxer Price from: £62,495 (inc Premium Pack, Winter Pack) Berths: 2 Travel seats: 2 Length: 6.36m Width: 2.26m Height: 2.64m Gross weight: 3,500kg Payload: 434kg
The Warwick XL is clearly a relative of the Warwick Duo, with the concept of a spacious rear lounge two-berth carried over but in the longer, 6.36m, Boxer.
This isn’t just a stretched version of the Duo, though. Here, the washroom and kitchen swap sides for a different feel to the interior.
Perhaps more important than the reversal of the floorplan up front, however, is the extra space at the rear.
Not only is the seating area here more spacious but it’s better suited to lovely feet-up sprawling facing the open back doors because the XL doesn’t have the overhanging wardrobe that reduces settee space on one side of the Warwick Duo.
Once again, there’s a choice of a small coffee table or a free-standing table that stores on the overcab shelf. This model is all about maximum lounging space for a couple and the long settees’ comfort is enhanced by armrests and scatter cushions in all four corners.
There are rear speakers and reading lights that be repositioned anywhere along their mounting rails, while the lack of opening side windows is addressed with a large rooflight. There’s good storage under both of the sofas, too.
As with many of the Auto-Sleeper campervans, you can choose between single beds or a double, even alternating between the two, depending on the season. The singles measure 1.90m by 0.67m each, while the double is a huge 1.90m by 1.85m.
The kitchen unit may be a tad shorter than the expansive one in the sister Duo model but, once you’ve deployed the folding flap at the forward end, it actually beats its relative’s galley length – and that worktop extension makes a useful table for the swivel passenger cab chair.
Of course, the Triplex cooker features again, as does a microwave. The fridge is an 88-litre capacity three-way model from Thetford.
Above the fridge is a large area of kitchen counter – space to use the removable draining board or plug in your toaster and kettle as two 230V sockets are adjacent. There’s a USB port here, too, and a kitchen roll holder on the wall.
Opposite the galley is a larger wardrobe than in most of the XL’s sister models, featuring a 930mm hanging height and three drawers below. But the star feature of this model is the spacious bathroom with separate wet area, including the washbasin and shower behind bifold doors.
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