Motorhomes with end lounges are popular for all sorts of reasons, such as their spaciousness and the oceans of daylight that flood in. Another benefit is their flexibility, and Swift adds to this by offering a choice of two seating arrangements in its new Bolero 744 PR. 

This is the 10th year for the Bolero, a popular range in Swift’s 2016 motorhome line-up. And what this model has in common with the three others in the range is the new-design GRP walls inside and outside, which clad Swift’s timber-free and water-resistant SMART Plus construction. 

The Bolero is built on a Fiat Ducato base vehicle. What distinguishes it most is the end lounge, where you can specify either parallel or wraparound seat benches when you order.