Slovenian manufacturer Adria – now more than 50 years old – has a large and loyal following here in the UK, and it’s known for producing well-priced and well-built motorhomes.

What’s more, Coral is a hugely popular brand, too, which has also come to represent good-value motorcaravanning over the years.

But even great things can be bettered, of course, so it’s pleasing to see that the Coral line-up has received a raft of changes for the 2018 season, helping to keep it fresh.

Most notable of these is the fact that it’s now available in a trio of trim levels: entry-level Axess, Plus, and – as on our test ’van – the top-of-the-range Supreme.

The Adria motorhome on test is on the Fiat Ducato – opt for the Axess spec level and you’ll get the Citroën Relay base vehicle.

Our test ‘van was also fitted with an automatic gearbox, which is a cost option (prices had yet to be confirmed as we went to press).

The subject of this review is the Coral 670 SLT. It, like the rest of the standard Coral range, is a low-profile.

It’s in the Supreme specification – the giveaway from the outside is the all-silver body.

This is a model that’s been carried over from last year, which isn’t really surprising: its fixed-single bed, end-washroom layout is currently very popular across Europe.

Aside from that specification-level tweak, one other notable change is the addition of Adria’s new ‘Sky Roof’ concept: that’s shorthand for the double rooflight that’s been inserted over the cab and further back.