A good four-berth buy, let down only by storage space criticisms and one or two design quirks.
Easy drive thanks to automatic gearbox; twin worksurfaces in kitchen.
Limited headroom on bench seat; lack of storage space in kitchen.
Both seats in the cab swivel to allow lounge seating for five people, and the bench can be slid backwards and forwards to create extra legroom or bring it closer to the table for dining. The deep seats are comfortable thanks to their shaped backs and bases.
The four-person dining table is held up by a swing-out H-shaped bracket – which, disappointingly, has no dedicated storage space.
The two-burner hob, stainless steel sink and glass lids are standard fare but there is no proper fridge here, only a cool box. There are 12V and mains sockets positioned above the worksurface – dodgy when boiling a kettle! Also, the cool box is directly below the worksurface, so getting to the milk can prove a bit tricky.
The Fusion actually has two sections of worktop here – one either side of the hob and sink. It comes well equipped, too, with an 800-Watt microwave (with grill function) under which you will find an insulated gas locker.
The double bed in the roof has plenty of space at its bottom end, and a supportive foam mattress, but is quite a challenge to get in and out of for all but the most agile user.
The assembled bed utilises the back of the bench seat to make up into a nicely even mattress.
There is a decent amount of space in the Fusion’s boot but things are not so good in the kitchen. For a start, there are no overhead lockers and the drawer below the sink is rendered almost useless by the sink base. A clever two-tiered unit has been built into the left-hand end of the kitchen unit, though.
|Shipping Length||4.89 m|