THE MOTORHOME, CARAVAN and Camping Show, running from 14-19 February at London Excel, showcases a number of major, mid-season motorhome launches.

THE MOTORHOME, CARAVAN and Camping Show, running from 14-19 February at London Excel, showcases a number of major, mid-season motorhome launches.

 

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Here’s Practical Motorhome's essential guide to the ten most exciting new models to see there – and be sure to visit us on our stand and tell us what you think of them!

 

1. Niesmann + Bischoff Arto 76F

Represented in the UK by Telford dealer Travelworld, the 7.5m Arto 76F is set to take its public bow at the show, featuring a new-look chrome interior design and an island bed, and is based on a single axle AL-KO chassis.

 

2. Elddis Aspire 265

Elddis will grow its luxury Aspire range of low-profile coachbuilts with a new four-berth model, the 265, which features a fixed double bed at the back and an L-shaped dinette lounge towards the front

 

3. Two new Bailey Approach SEs

After its successful launch at the October NEC show, Bailey will showcase two additional Approach SE models. The 745 is a low-profile, which shares the same rear layout as the French-bed 740, but with a half dinette and pair of belted passenger seats up front. And the 625 SE is a new two berth model.

 

4. Murvi Pimento

The Devon-based award winning converter will add the Pimento to their line-up. It’s based on the medium wheelbase Fiat Ducato, and shares a similar layout to the Morello.

 

5. Wheelhome Skarpa

The hugely innovative converter plans to launch another compact conversion, based on a Fiat Doblo base vehicle.

 

6. Autocruise Quartet and Rhythm Sport

The new four berth Autocruise Quartet van conversion features lengthways bunk beds, and a rear washroom. Also new is the down-specced Rhythm Sport, priced keenly for the show.

 

7. Two new Bentley motorhomes

The Trafic-based Artisan Amber and a new Renault-Master / AL-KO based Signature Flex are set to take their bow at the show.

 

8. Concept Multi-Car Lucky Starr

The UK agent for VW campervan specialist Reimo will launching a new van conversion at the show

 

9. Romahome R20 Lo

Isle of Wight-based Romahome follows the re-launch of its R20 Hi at the October show with the re-launch of its elevating-roof R20 Lo, featuring four belted seats for travel and measuring just 2m tall with its roof down.

 

10. Tribute low profiles

For many, the show will be the first chance to see the two new low-profile Trigano models that have been added to the line-up – the rear-kitchen two-berth 615, and the 715 with a rear French bed and facing sofas up front.

To book tickets visit the show website or call 0844 858 6756

 

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