Etrusco has launched a new range of standard and compact low-profile motorhomes based on a Ford Transit, in the latest example of a manufacturer moving away from reliance on Fiat because of ongoing production issues.
The Erwin Hymer brand – who you can find out more about in our guide to the best motorhome manufacturers – says the introduction of the two new compact ’vans and four standard low-profiles is intended “to improve the overall tight supply situation”. All come with Ford’s 2.0-litre 130bp EcoBlue engine as standard and a low-frame chassis.
The compact vehicles are just 2.14m wide. They include the 5.99m-long V5.9DF (£45,299), with a 1.9 x 1.4m transverse bed at the rear, and the 6.71m-long V6.6DF (£46,499), with two single beds and an optional third in the dinette. Both models come with a Vario washroom.
The standard low-profiles all have an optional drop-down bed which, together with the optional single bed made up out of the front dinette, can take the number of berths up to five.
Models include the 6.98m-long T6.9SF (£51,999), and three models at 7.34m long. The T7.3SF (£52,899), with a half-dinette up front, will have an OTR price of £52,899. All come with a 140-litre fridge.
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