Chausson has done a fine job of cramming a lot into a relatively small and stylish space with the Flash 530. Plus, you get a good range of standard equipment, given the price.

This includes basic features such as the ‘IRP’ structure (improved ‘insulation’, better ‘resistance’ to wear and more ‘protection’ through the GRP outer covering, rot-resistant materials and glued rather than drilled aluminium profiles).

And that’s not all. You also get those little things that simply make life easier, such as a dual USB port above the cab and 100 per cent LED lighting, both inside and out.

Add to that a quite racy appearance including alloy wheels as standard, and the Chausson Flash 530 is quite a funky little unit, standing out on the motorhomes for sale pages.