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On the road
The Warwick offers an airbag, swivel passenger seat and swing-arm table as cost options. Air-con costs extra, too. The graphic inserts around the centre fascia console and air vents are an attempt to steer it away from its commercial underpinnings. The cab seats are height- and tilt-adjustable, and you get lumbar adjustment, too. For security, there's single-key, remote cab/habitation locking, and for convenience on the road, steering wheel-mounted radio controls.
Lounging & dining
The Warwick has a slide rail and a small, hinged seat base that clips into place, with a dedicated mounting in the wardrobe. This arrangement allows everyone in the lounge area to view the flatscreen TV/DVD/Freeview system that comes as standard equipment.
One hotplate and three burners, a full-sized grill/oven with spark ignition, an extractor fan, and a light sensibly positioned above the hob, should keep even the most demanding cook happy. There is plenty of cupboard space, a microwave above the hob, and a moulded locker for crockery and wine glasses.
The room is lit using an energy-saving LED striplight, and offers a ceiling vent to let out the steam.
3-burner gas with electric hot plate, Combined Oven/Grill, Microwave
Thetford C-402 bench toilet, Shower curtain
The Warwick's exterior and interior beauty and outstanding level of built-in equipment mean it's a really compelling buy. If you're in the market for a high-top, consider the Warwick first.
- Highly equipped inside and out
- Outstanding quality of fit and finish.
- Although the windows look great, single-glazing may not offer enough protection in cold climes