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FOUR NEW MOTORHOMES feature in the new episode of The Motorhome Channel. Tune in for video reviews of the latest 2014 motorhomes: an Adria Twin 640 SPX, a Swift Esprit Hi-Style 442 and a couple of smaller van conversions – the Lunar Vacanza and WildAx Cutie.

FOUR NEW MOTORHOMES feature in the new episode of The Motorhome Channel. Tune in for video reviews of the latest 2014 motorhomes: an Adria Twin 640 SPX, a Swift Esprit Hi-Style 442 and a couple of smaller van conversions – the Lunar Vacanza and WildAx Cutie.

 

One vehicle to do it all

The beauty of buying a modern micro-camper like the Vacanza or the Cutie is that they're so car-like you should be able to use it as your only vehicle. Parking it will never be a problem, and you won't have to spend too much on fuel. So, is downsizing liberating, or are these too small for comfort? Watch our episode 14 to find out what our experts thought. 

 

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The Motorhome Channel is shown on:

Sky 212

Freesat 401

Information TV's livestream online

 

Monday

The Motorhome Channel 8.30pm

Wednesday 

The Motorhome Channel 5.30pm

Friday

The Motorhome Channel 6pm

Saturday 

The Motorhome Channel 11am

Sunday

The Motorhome Channel 4.30pm

 

Motorhome Channel, episode 14

Shown at times given from 17 March to 30 March, 2014

 

Summary

  • Rob Ganley reviews an Adria Twin 640 SPX
  • Niall Hampton casts his eye over a Swift Esprit Hi-Style 442
  • Gentleman Jack reviews a pair of micro-campers: the Lunar Vacanza, and WildAx Cutie
  • Andy Harris answers viewers’ questions, and examines how to ensure clean fresh water in your motorhome

 

Kate Taylor, Practical Motorhome

Please tell your friends and tune in from Monday, 17 March to Sunday, 30 March, 2014!

 

 

 

 

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