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UK manufacturers of A-class motorhomes are a rare breed, which is why we were so excited by the unveiling of the Elysian from RS Motorhomes at the October 2010 NEC show. The kit levels are hugely impressive. The 'van can also be specified with two slide-out sections – one for the front, lounge area, and one for the rear, bedroom area. On site, jacks level the motorhome front-to-rear and side-to-side with a simple push of a button.

UK manufacturers of A-class motorhomes are a rare breed, which is why we were so excited by the unveiling of the Elysian from RS Motorhomes at the October 2010 NEC show.

 

The kit levels are hugely impressive. The 'van can also be specified with two slide-out sections – one for the front, lounge area, and one for the rear, bedroom area. On site, jacks level the motorhome front-to-rear and side-to-side with a simple push of a button.

 

The in-house design and build team at RS works with customers to build the motorhome of their dreams, so they’re pretty much bespoke models. It’s a level of customisation that is crucial in the premium price category.

 

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