Sarah Wakely

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The Swift Group’s budget Escape motorhomes have been a massive success story for the company, hitting a sweet spot in the balance between cost and capability.

In February Swift revamped the entire range with a new exterior graphics treatment, and launched an all-new model – the Escape 696, a classic family ’van with transverse bunks across the rear.

Here Practical Motorhome tests editor Jeremiah Mahadevan takes us on a walkthrough of this promising ’van, and gives us his verdict.

The Swift Group’s budget Escape motorhomes have been a massive success story for the company, hitting a sweet spot in the balance between cost and capability.
 
In February Swift revamped the entire range with a new exterior graphics treatment, and launched an all-new model – the Escape 696, a classic family ’van with transverse bunks across the rear.
 
Here Practical Motorhome tests editor Jeremiah Mahadevan takes us on a walkthrough of this promising ’van, and gives us his verdict.

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