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Hymer B-Class MC T 600 - The latest Sprinter-based model from Hymer is certainly luxurious, but that comes at a cost (© Practical Motorhome)

Hymer B-Class MC T 600 2020

  • Sleeps 2
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.19m (23′7″)

The latest addition to the German manufacturer's Mercedes Sprinter-based line-up, the 600 is just as luxurious as you'd expect, says Nick Harding.

Created on 27th November 2019

4.5 stars

£67,740

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Swift Kon-tiki Sport 560 - Review of the Swift Kon-tiki Sport 560, one of seven new 'vans in the Sport line-up (© Practical Motorhome)

Swift Kon-tiki Sport 560 2020

  • Sleeps 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.09m (23′3″)

The new line of Sports for 2020 makes Swift's Kon-tikis a whole lot more attainable. Nick Harding grabbed the opportunity for an exclusive first look.

Created on 20th November 2019

4.0 stars

£63,150

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Danbury Avenir 63TW - Review of the Danbury Avenir 63TW - an extra-long van conversion with two single beds that will appeal to couples (© Practical Motorome)

Danbury Avenir 63TW 2019

  • Sleeps 2
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 6.36m (20′10″)

The campervan specialist is taking a rather canny sideways step to enter a new market sector with this cleverly designed van conversion.

Created on 20th November 2019

3.5 stars

£49,009

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Auto-Sleeper Fairford Plus - Review of the Auto-Sleeper Fairford Plus (© Practical Motorho)

Auto-Sleeper Fairford Plus 2019

  • Sleeps 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 6.36m (20′10″)

Want a garage, but don't want a coachbuilt? This van conversion might just be the answer. Nick Harding investigates space in the transformed Fairford Plus.

Created on 13th November 2019

4.0 stars

£58,000

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Swift Edge 476 for web

Swift Edge 476 2020

  • Sleeps 6
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.32m (24′)

If you're new to touring and looking to buy your first motorhome, it's time to get closer to the Edge. Nick Harding takes a look at the six-berth 476.

Created on 6th November 2019

4.0 stars

£50,125

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Auto-Sleepers Corinium FB - Step inside to wallow in the luxury of the Auto-Sleepers Corinium FB (© Practical Motorhome)

Auto-Sleepers Corinium FB 2020

  • Sleeps 4
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 7.75m (25′5″)

For the ultimate in coachbuilt luxury, you can't go far wrong with the Corinium range from Auto-Sleepers. Nick Narding steps inside to admire the quality

Created on 23rd October 2019

4.0 stars

£68,205

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Hillside Leisure Hopton - Take a look inside the new Hillside Leisure Hopton (© Practical Motorhome)

Hillside Leisure Hopton 2020

  • Sleeps 2
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 5.99m (19′8″)

Moving up a class? Camper specialist Hillside Leisure is branching out with a high-top conversion of Volkswagen's Crafter. Nick Harding steps inside.

Created on 16th October 2019

3.0 stars

£53,995

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Bailey Autograph 69-2 - We've tested the overhauled Bailey Autograph 69-2 (© Practical Motorhome)

Bailey Autograph 69-2 2020

  • Sleeps 2
  • MTPLM 3500kg
  • Length 6.97m (22′10″)

Bailey's top-notch Autograph range has been given a complete overhaul for the 2020 season; we got an exclusive sneak peek inside the luxurious two-berth.

Created on 2nd October 2019

4.0 stars

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Wellhouse Leisure Trento - We've reviewed the Wellhouse Leisure Trento, a neat campervan with luxury touches (© Practical Motorhome)

Wellhouse Leisure Trento 2019

  • Sleeps 4
  • MTPLM 3200kg
  • Length 4.97m (16′4″)

Wellhouse continues to make the case for Ford-based campervans, with this latest luxury item, the four-berth Trento. Nick Harding gets beyond the bling.

Created on 4th September 2019

4.5 stars

£48,000

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Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 920 EK - Review of the ultra-luxurious Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 920 EK (© Practical Motorhome)

Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 920 EK 2019

  • Sleeps 4
  • MTPLM 7200kg
  • Length 9.27m (30′5″)

Dreaming of touring luxury at the super-premium end of the market? Here's what almost a quarter of a million pounds' worth of leisure vehicle looks like.

Created on 29th August 2019

4.5 stars

£160,390

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