Originally conceived as an affordable range of compact motorhomes, Auto-Trail Tracker has over the years evolved to sit neatly in the mid-market segment of the brand’s coachbuilt portfolio.

And this status was cemented a couple of seasons ago with the launch of the entry level Imala, which brought lower weights and lower prices into the Auto-Trail offer.

For 2017, Tracker gets a targeted rework to keep it fresh and competitive. The RS carries a tried-and-tested floor plan – parallel lounge/end-washroom – but it has been stretched by 0.84m so it now breaks the tape at 6.94m.

Auto-Trail’s aims were to increase the size of the make-up double bed in the lounge, grow the shower compartment and to improve ergonomics in the kitchen by adding an L-shaped work top.

Other changes see more spacious overhead lockers in the lounge, facilitated by moving the nearside awning up to sit at the edge of the rooflline, and a smart new moulded GRP rear panel.