Short and sweet. Easy on the eye and easy to live in.
Compact external size; efficient use of internal space; economical engine; doesn’t look like an entry-level product
Underwhelming kitchen; small fridge
The Lagan features a half-dinette, swivelled cab seats and an inward-facing settee, together with a panoramic rooflight.
The Lagan’s fridge capacity is a measly 60 litres, which seems insufficient for a family on tour. This choice of fridge is a pity because the rest of the motorhome’s kitchen layout works well.
There’s a moulded vanity bowl with cupboard underneath and a separate mixer tap for the shower, although the curtain was clingy.
Bunk inhabitants each have their own reading light, although only the bottom bunk has its own opening window. At least occupants get their own privacy curtains, while the centrally placed low-level window in the back panel provides the best on-road through-view, via the interior driving mirror.
Disappointingly, the bunk bed ladder is very uncomfortable for bare feet.
High-level lockers combine with underseat storage and a garage space underneath the lower bunk bed. The Lagan’s gas locker takes two 6kg canisters.
|Shipping Length||5.99. m|