Sarah Wakely
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Wellhouse launched its Hyundai i800 Camper earlier this year, at the February 2011 NEC Show.

Wellhouse launched its Hyundai i800 Camper earlier this year, at the February 2011 NEC Show.

 

It’s built to car-quality levels and significantly undercuts VW-based campers on price. It also offers a superior warranty and tops it all off with a specification that’s little short of excellent.

 

For our full video review, click on the player below. Also, our review of the camper first appeared in the June 2011 issue of Practical Motorhome, and can now be viewed free of charge here.

 

It’s the cover star of our September 2011 issue, too, on sale from July 6: pick up a copy now to find out how editor Rob and his family fared in it, on their Grand Tour of Cornwall.


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