2019 Adria Twin Supreme 640SLB motorhome

Published in Caravan Guard News, Motorhome Reviews on   - 11 Comments

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  1. Tim Ranson says:

    Great article better than most I’ve read
    Packed with useful info and concise too
    I’ll be back

  2. Pip Swann says:

    We bought an Autotrail V line 636 for last season but went to pick it up and couldn’t take it away as it was essentially different to the brochure so we were in the hunt again. We settled on the adria twin and can’t wait to pick it up in March. We’ve seen one in the flesh this time and although we missed the hottest summer on record we are really happy to be getting the adria in the end.

  3. Charles Lowe says:

    Where can I buy this vehicle. I love it,especially the bathroom conversion. I am in America,so can I bring this vehicle here. I see it’s available in Left hand drive,so this is the biggest thing for me. Also is it available with the solar battery that can run the A/C and restarts the vehicle automatically when the battery is running low. Please let me know more about my request. My email is below.

  4. Ron says:

    Totally agree with Migel. The fact that it is just over 6m causes extra difficulties with parking and there are now several coachbuilt options available under 6 m which give plenty of internal space and extra comforts. Unfortunately they are slightly wider which is a disadvantage on the narrow roads of Devon & Cornwall.
    However, a great article and for those who favour van conversions Adria are a good option.

  5. Jackie says:

    Good choices to consider. We sold our 6m panel van for a 7m coachbuilt. Yes, bigger van is so spacious but not so good for exploring UK’s out of the way places. We’re changing back to smaller van.

  6. Steve says:

    I really like this vehicle. I keep going between a Hymer 314 , or a Van conversion. Can’t seem to make my mind up. I am planning on mainly Europe and mainly On site stays with only the odd wild camping and aires etc. Any suggestions would be welcome.

  7. Migel says:

    The trouble with going over 6m ,You cant get it into a standard carpark bay. At 6m it is a squeeze but is possible if no wall directly behind. There are now 6m Coach builds with drop down double beds. Plenty of lounge space
    Just 2 rings ,No oven grill or microwave. !!
    A space for a fridge ,does that mean it is extra ?
    Nice wash room, like the roof lights. Is there room for a solar panel.
    Had A 6m Tribute, a luxury Pilote p716p [great to live in, hell to park in towns.] Now love my 6m ALTO.

  8. Nicholas Evans says:

    Excellent article and great photos!

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