We know how much Practical Motorhome readers love the Motorhome & Caravan Show – and with the annual event taking place this week, from 17-22 October, the excitement is building fast!
There’s loads to see at the show, of course, but one highlight that we’d strongly recommend is the stand of German manufacturer Carthago.
You’ll find it in Hall 9, on stand 26, and this year there will be a wide range of brilliant new 2024 motorhomes for you to step inside, all featuring Carthago’s beautifully stylish design and fantastic build quality.
Meet the stunning new c-tourer
For starters, check out the new Carthago c-tourer I 145 RB LE Superior.
Choice is key with this model – you can go for a Fiat Ducato or Mercedes Benz base – and you won’t want for anything thanks to the brilliantly high specification level, including a stunningly designed interior and full LED headlights.
It’s Superior by name – and superior by nature.
If you fancy a more in-depth look at this exciting new model, keep an eye out for Andy and Michelle from Extreme Motorhoming Adventures.
They’ll be running must-see presentations of the c-tourer I 145 RB LE during the show!
So much to see on the stand
There will be a trio of A-class models from the chic c-line range to view, too.
And that’s not all – you’ll also find two other Carthago models displayed on the show grounds!
Your chance to win!
Looking for some advice on motorhoming?
Whether you’re a newbie or a motorhome old-hand, take a look at the Motorhoming Made Simple book by Wandering Bird in partnership with Carthago, which is packed with hints and tips.
Simply head to the stand of Carthago’s sister brand Malibu – right alongside in hall 9 – and you might be lucky enough to win one.
And even better news – if you’ve not bought your tickets for the show, simply enter the code CARTHAGO at checkout on the show website and you’ll receive a discount on the price!
If you’re not going to be able to visit the NEC, don’t worry – all you need to do is visit one of Carthago’s fantastic UK dealers to enjoy the Carthago experience for yourself.
To find out more, visit Carthago’s website.
You can also find Carthago on Facebook.