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Read the definitive Timberland Destiny review from the experts at Practical Motorhome magazine
Standard fittings include an exterior awning light and a fixed rear step, and both water tanks are underslung with wide-bore drain valves helpfully labelled ‘fresh’ and ‘waste’.
Interior-wise, the Destiny screams ‘class’ with its matching marble-look surfaces and radius-edged locker doors. Double-glazed windows and carpeted walls, rear door and ceiling make this a truly cosy-feeling ’van. It also has a massive rooflight over the lounge, four-way speakers at the rear and one of the best electrical control panels we've seen in a camper.
On the road
This ’van comes with driver and passenger airbags, and cab swivel seats as standard. The walnut dashboard is a nice touch and the cab seats are not only height- and tilt-adjustable but also come with lumbar adjustment. There are no armrests, however.
Lounging & dining
With its marble surface and radiused edges for easy seating access, the Destiny’s table is a pleasant place to eat.
Dometic Fridge, 3-burner gas with electric hot plate, Oven, Separate grill, Extractor fan
Thetford C-250 toilet, Shower curtain
A beautifully crafted and well equipped ’van, great for year-round touring, but very expensive.
- Interior finish oozes class; superb range of both manufacturer and factory equipment to choose from.
- No locker flaps for access to storage area beneath sofas.