The Ace Roma sits at the entry-level of the Swift Group’s three-level price structure, together with its sister ’vans in the Bessacarr E400 and Swift Sundance series.

The Roma’s big garage and two double beds are testament to its target market of families, or couples travelling together. Youthfulness-at-heart was the guiding principle of the Roma’s interior trim, which is the only significant difference between this ’van and the Sundance 630G. The emphasis here is on light wood, bright colours and metallic surfaces. The 2008 Roma was unveiled at 2007’s October’s NEC show and featured tweaks and small improvements, rather than big changes over its predecessor. New standard features for 2008 include: on-road heating for the habitation area, and 
a superior habitation door which has two locking points and is linked to the cab door’s remote central-locking system. The Roma retains an improvement that was made in 2007, when the joint dining and kitchen layout, with a full-size dinette 
and kitchen positioned opposite each other, was ditched in favour of a half-dinette with a facing sofa and an independent kitchen area. This more clearly zoned layout has proved a hit with buyers.