Rob Ganley
Group editor

See other News articles filed in ‘Motorhome’ written by Rob Ganley
   
French manufacturer Chausson grew its Suite range to three models for the 2011 season, and our favourite was the Suite Maxi. Adding just 70cm to the length of the original Suite, Chausson still managed to fit in a better-equipped kitchen, more storage and a spacious rear garage.

French manufacturer Chausson grew its Suite range to three models for the 2011 season, and our favourite was the Suite Maxi.

 

Adding just 70cm to the length of the original Suite, Chausson still managed to fit in a better-equipped kitchen, more storage and a spacious rear garage.

 

The headline feature, though, is the optional, motorised Fiamma bike rack, which slides up and into the garage to stow two bikes upright, safely locked out of sight.

 

The lounge is sumptuously spacious for such a small motorhome, with seats arranged in a circle around a large table.

 

An electric bed lowers from the ceiling above this lounge, and is spacious and comfortable. For more on the Suite Maxi, see our written review, or click below to watch our full video review.

 

Movie

Most recent motorhome reviews

HemBil Drift

£46,250OTR

Hembil Drift - The Drift, launched under CMC's new Hembil brand (© Practical Motorhome)

Caravaggio Lo

£48,888OTR

Caravaggio Lo - The Caravaggio Lo, is a dealer special edition of a highly regarded Volkswagen camper conversion (© Practical Motorhome)
Bailey Advance 76-2T - The four-berth Bailey Advance 76-2T felt snug and cosy even in stormy conditions (© Practical Motorhome)

Rapido 880F

£65,600OTR

Rapido 880F - For 2019, Rapido's 880F has been stretched to fit in even more style (© Practical Motorhome)
Fleurette Discover 65LMC - At just 6.59m long, the Discover 65LMC is the baby of the seven-strong range from Fleurette (© Practical Motorhome)
Benimar Mileo 283 - The Mileo 283, a smart, compact 3-berth motorhome from Spanish manufacturer Benimar (© Practical Motorhome)