Dethleffs builds more motorhomes than any other European manufacturer, so it’s well practised in tailoring its products to specific markets. 

Many of the company’s motorcaravans are popular in Scandinavia, which is ample proof that the brand knows a thing or two about crafting a four-season tourer for enthusiasts of winter sports. That’s the unique selling point of the Esprit Comfort line-up, whose superior insulation and double floor that sandwiches the plumbing makes it ideal for the cold. There is also dedicated, easily accessible storage for skis, snowboards and other bulky items. 

Four floorplans are available, including this, the T 7090-2, which sports a rear French bed and end washroom. Like its siblings, the T 7090-2 is available as an A-class or a low-profile, the latter of which is on test. 

Measuring 7.31m, with an MTPLM of 3850kg and a generous user payload of 704kg, the T 7090-2 has a single bed in the front lounge, giving touring couples flexibility – ideal for the odd visiting family member or ski instructor.