The Wingamm Micros isn’t a low-priced ’van, but we like its size and the fact that you can choose a wood finish if you find all of that white a bit bright.
It’s well made and spacious. And while the 40th Anniversary option is a tad pricey, it is undeniably a very classy motorhome.
During our test, people stopped to admire its style and interior – it’s well worth a look.
It is stylish, eye-catching and well-finished
The washroom and kitchen are both surprisingly roomy
Wingamm has been in business for 40 years.
However, although it’s well known in its native country of Italy, the brand might not strike a note with many in the UK as yet.
But we think that situation is about to change, because the UK importers are now established and are attending several shows.
Wingamm exports ’vans from its base in Italy to various parts of the globe, and there has been growing interest in its Micros.
It also produces several larger motorhomes, which we might see arriving in this country at some stage in the future, but for now we are reviewing the 40th Anniversary Edition of its Micros.
The corner washroom is a big plus factor in such a compact ’van
The cab seats swivel to face directly into the lounge.
Here there’s an L-shaped seating arrangement, with upgraded upholstery (again, part of the 40th Anniversary Edition pack).
There is a large and airy side window, and a fixed table. Plans are apparently afoot to provide a freestanding table, which should give users more floor space.
The lounge has overhead lockers and drawers in the seating bases; the control for the Truma Combi 4 heater is also to be found here.
The kitchen, sited opposite the lounge, has excellent storage and acres of worktop for such a compact motorhome.
The side window here slides open, and there’s a large sink, a 60-litre fridge and a two-burner hob.
No oven/grill is fitted – the importers told us customers want more space instead. But two cupboards and three drawers offer good storage.
The corner washroom is a big plus factor in such a compact ’van.
Indeed, it is spacious enough to get changed in, plus it provides plenty of storage and has a large handbasin.
You don’t get a separate shower cubicle in the Wingamm Micros, but there is a curtain to protect the surrounding area.
There’s also a clear window (which opens and has a blind) and a Dometic electric-flush toilet.
The Wingamm Micros is a two-/three-berth motorhome.
There is one drop-down double bed, and the lounge seats can be used to make up another bed if needed, the base of which is formed by pushing down the fixed table.
In addition to the storage options already listed, there is a rather handy rear boot which we think will be well used.
Also at the rear but inside the ’van is a wardrobe with enough hanging and storage space for two (or even three on a short break).
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