Who’s for or against downsizing? Latest online poll results reveal all

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  1. Andrew Harcourt says:

    A few years ago touring Germany we realised the benefits of having a 5.8 metre motorhome. We could park in the street or supermarket where we liked rather than having to go out of town to a motorhome park and get the bus back in. Then at a dealer we fell in love with a newer model but unfortunately didn’t have a tape measure and after we bought it found it was 6.7 metres long. Doh! It was difficult to park at home and when we were out. We decided our perfect vehicle would be 6m long and have a bed we didn’t have to make up every night. We have just part exchanged the 6.7m one for a 6.0m Rapido 600FF which has everything we want in abundance. A drop down bed saves a huge amount of length which is then released for a large bathroom and lounge, two huge wardrobes, full kitchen and 5ft tall fridge/freezer.

  2. Michael Davies says:

    Big is better 4 Berth against 2 Berth justs incase you have visitors plus the extra space is good

  3. Cliff hughes says:

    I sold my hobby six berth motorhome and bought a two berth caravan has large lounge and lovely large bathroom l tow it with my ford cmax and am saving £1000 a year when on site l now also have a vehicle to use touring etc which l also use at home a great decision for us

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