Launched in February 2014, find out what the Practical Motorhome team thinks of the Auto-Trail V-Line 610 in this review
Auto-Trail launched its V-Line 610 and 620 at the NEC in Birmingham in February, 2014. It was the follow-up to the first ever V-Line, which had been launched in October, 2013.
Compared to the fixed-bed V-Line 620, the 610 feels more spacious inside. The parallel-sofas at the end make a comfy lounge-diner by day and an excellent bedroom by night. With those two needs sorted, there's no need to squeeze in the 620's little dinette. This allows more space for the centrally-located washroom and kitchen.
On the road
It's worth considering paying extra for the £999 Media Pack. This includes the reversing camera, which sends images to the main stereo/sat-nav unit.
Lounging & dining
This makes the double bed in the 610 approximately 17cm (7") wider than the fixed-double bed in the V-Line 620. If you don't mind making the bed every night and you don't need to accommodate a child or small guest, you'll get a more spacious bed in this V-Line 610.
Dometic Fridge, 2-burner gas hob, Combined Oven/Grill
Thetford C-250 toilet
The 2014 Auto-Trail V-Line 620’s stablemate shares the fixed-bed model’s moulded end panel and boot. But the 610 offers advantages that will be just the thing for some motorcaravanning couples.
- This superbly stylish camper is designed solely for couples
- It is just short of six metres long
- Its MTPLM is 3,500kg
- If you don't mind making the bed every night, you'll get more room to sleep in the 610
- For a similar price you could consider buying a coachbuilt motorhome