The last time we reviewed a Hymer B-Class (the 798 SL), we noted that 55,000 models of this type had been sold over the previous three decades. Figures like that suggest that Hymer’s core A-class offering has a strong following, so why not introduce a new variant of it to broaden the appeal? 

So into the mix for 2015 came the B-Class PremiumLine, a new nine-strong line-up that sits neatly between the two B-Class and four B-Class SL models, with launch prices starting from £73,860 OTR. The USP of the PremiumLine range is elegant interiors and impeccable on-the-road manners, clearly targeting well-heeled couples for whom comfort and refinement is king. Body lengths range from 6.55m to 7.79m and five models sport the popular fixed twin single beds floor plan – the largest of which, the 7.79m-long 704, is on test here.