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Grimsby-based manufacturer Auto-Trail has a large, loyal following among motorhome enthusiasts. However, it made a great aesthetic leap forward for the 2011 season by introducing a new, super low-line roof design as a no-cost option to most models in its line-up. And what an improvement it's made.

Grimsby-based manufacturer Auto-Trail has a large, loyal following among motorhome enthusiasts.

 

However, it made a great aesthetic leap forward for the 2011 season by introducing a new, super low-line roof design as a no-cost option to most models in its line-up. And what an improvement it's made.

 

The Frontier Comanche is a tag-axle giant, and with the super low-line roof it looks and feels much more luxurious. It has an ensuite island bedroom at the rear, and facing sofas upfront, with a luxurious L-kitchen amidships.

 

Read our full live-in test write up, or watch our video review below.

 

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