As it has for everyone, lockdown has played havoc with our touring plans over the past few months – and meant that we’ve been unable to take our long-term test vehicles out on the road as we would love to have done, including the Adria Coral 600 SL Axess.

Meantime, we’ve been busy planning where to go when we’re back on the road, and reflecting on the things that we love – and those we aren’t so keen on – in the Adria Coral 600 SL Axess.

1 At 6.99m long, this ‘van is not huge, but there’s no rear window, so the reversing camera is really handy for on-site manoeuvres.

With no rear window, the reversing camera is essential

2/3 There’s lots of storage available beneath the comfortable fixed beds at the rear. They’re a good length, at 2.03m.

Lots of storage available beneath the bed
Beds are a good length, at 2.03m

4 No fixed door to the washroom, but the silver tambour unit is a clever use of space, as it means that it doesn’t need to open out into the corridor.

No fixed door to the washroom

5 The garage, which stretches right across the rear of the motorhome, is quite simply enormous, and ideal for storing all of those bits and bobs you don’t want to keep in the ‘van.

The garage is enormous!

6 The hob, which features three burners in a line, frees up an extra bit of workspace – important, as there wouldn’t be a huge amount here otherwise.

There’s some kitchen workspace thanks to the linear layout of the hob

Our ‘vans are stored at Camberley Secure Storage (01276 670 066), a CaSSOA Silver award-winning site.

Out vehicles are stored at a CaSSOA member site
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