Unlike its sister brand Carado, Sunlight motorhomes are aimed at the more youthful, outward-bound end of the market. The range features a bewildering array of layouts, with the new T60 featuring a central kitchen and washroom, and a fixed double bed across the rear. 

It can be yours for less than £40k, which puts it up against talented home-grown fare such as the Elddis Accordo 125, though Bailey has now discontinued the near-identical Approach Compact 520.

Unlike those rival motorhomes, the T60’s door is on the offside, as is the awning light. It’s noticeable from the start that this is a budget model, too, with its simple graphics and bare steel wheels, plus it sits high over its chassis making it a fair old climb to get aboard.

As standard it features an MTPLM of 3495kg, but if its generous 865kg payload isn’t enough there’s the option to upgrade to a 3850kg maximum.