Auto-Sleepers launched the Kemerton XL at the Spring 2014 NEC show. It uses the XL LWB version of the Peugeot Boxer chassis, which makes 
it 13 inches longer than the 5.99m Kemerton.

This extra length has been put to very good use, accommodating a pair of 6’4” lounge sofas that at night convert into lengthy single beds (in contrast to the Kemerton’s double bed across the width of the ’van) and can also be joined to create a massive double bed 1.98m x 1.8m (6’5″ x 5’1″). 
With the addition of the two swivelling cab chairs, you could comfortably seat six people, making the Kemerton XL ideal for socialising, and it will happily sleep couples as well as those touring solo or as two friends. 

That extra length also adds another roof locker on both sides, more space under the sofa and an additional sofa box. For this boost in space and more versatile sleeping arrangements, the XL will set you back an extra £3000. 

The MTPLM is the same 
as the Kemerton’s and the payload allowance, although generous, is 174kg lower. 

Our test vehicle came with the £2500 Premium Pack, which included alloy wheels, cab air conditioning, cruise control, a wind-out awning, a reversing camera, daytime running lights and Al-Ko’s AirTop suspension.