We think that the Niesmann + Bischoff Arto 69G is a class act that is ergonomically designed. It is beautifully finished and features a well-appointed kitchen with lots of storage.
Strong build quality
Good kitchen storage
At this price, an oven and grill should be standard
The Arto’s front captain’s chairs do not swivel to meet the dining table, but its more traditional twin benches provide comfortable seating for four. It’s easy to slide in and out of the seats and it has well-padded and comfortable cushions.
Worksurface is practically non-existant, so you’ll need to use the table for preparing food. A deep sink and roomy three-burner hob are appreciated, though. However, buyers have to pay £400 extra for an oven.
Kitchen storage is excellent, and includes a slide-out cupboard with three internal racks, and kitchen drawers.
The Arto’s washroom has no window, but it still manages to feel airy and spacious. It has a towel rail and toilet roll holder, and storage is provided by three small shelves, as well as a larger cupboard with an internal shelf.
Transverse rear beds provide great comfort and ease, as you don’t have to make up a bed every evening and pack it away again in the morning. They also make a motorhome seem more homely, as they give the rear cabins a feeling of distinct, individual sections.
Reading lights and a skylight illuminate the rear bed compartment, as do two windows. Fixed steps ease access to the rear bed and are easy to use.
The drop-down overcab beds require the front cab seats to be tilted forward, which allows the beds to extend fully into position. The bed is comfortable and spacious.
The large rear garages is big enough for a scooter or pair of bicycles. Inside, the Arto serves up decent locker space under the lounge seats, and the wardrobe is good, too. Storage in the lounge and dining area is generous, and it’s easy to find places to keep your maps and holiday reading.
|Shipping Length||6.84 m|