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The Practical Motorhome Reimo Trio Style review – get inside this smart looking panel van conversion
The rear-hinged roof lifts easily, although pulling it back down puts a strain on your back. It makes for plenty of headroom in the front but also means you can’t walk to the rear, even if the bench seat has been removed.
There are three zippered windows with flyscreens in the roof, and plenty of artificial light available thanks to two adjustable spotlights.
The woodwork is of good quality and appearance, and the seats feel more luxurious than some. In our test model they had perfectly fitted Reimo Alcantara upholstery; the blue and orange fabric is a little loud but makes the interior feel fun and colourful. The removable sliding bench seat has been crash-tested in Germany, and has a good-sized storage drawer below to add to the space in the boot.
On the road
Air-conditioning is standard, as are swivel chairs, a stereo and plenty of storage space.
Lounging & dining
The four-person dining table is supported by an H-shaped bracket which swings out from the base of the bench seat. It stows neatly on the back of the bench seat.
There is only one small section of worksurface here, but the drawers at least have soft-closing doors.
Making up the assembled bed is a cinch because the sofa drops easily. This bed makes up into a flat, even mattress as it uses the back of the bench seat.
Waeco Compressor Fridge, 2-burner gas hob
A stylish, sumptuously kitted-out camper that works well for couples or families with young children.
- Bright interior; plenty of storage space; gorgeous, drivable base vehicle.
- Basically-equipped kitchen.