Campervan Reviews

ENC Touring Cub motorhome review: Doing a one-two thumbnail

Based on the Nissan NV200 Kombi van, the new ENC Touring Cub motorhome provides a great compact option for campers.


Leisuredrive Vivante Hi-Line: Age of independence thumbnail

A well put-together camper van, the Leisuredrive Vivante provides superb holiday accommodation in a compact package.


Volkswagen California SE campervan review: Entering the car-like thumbnail

This is the top-of-the-tree, definitive California model that only a few hundred will be fortunate enough to purchase this year.

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Bilbo’s Celex campervan review 2014: stretching a few practical points thumbnail

We reviewed the 2013 Bilbo Celex earlier this year…now it’s time to look its new, long-wheelbased younger brother.

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Hillside Leisure Ellastone 2013 campervan review: a super duper camper thumbnail

If you’ve spent years saving for a classic VW campervan we may have found a more affordable alternative – check out the the Hillside Leisure Ellastone 2013 campervan review to find out why.

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2013 Dub-Box retro camper review: the coolest caravan in town? thumbnail

Groovy baby! The 2013 Dub-Box is sure to catch your eye; we’ve taken a look at this unique retro camper and chatted to its creators to find out more.


2013 Devon Aztec motorhome review: a refreshingly uncomplicated ‘van thumbnail

The Devon Aztec 2013 has been praised for its ‘straightforward yet comfortable two-berth layout’ but what do you make of its uncomplicated, yet perfectly-formed design?


Bilbo’s Celex 2013  – a Volkswagen camper with a bit of magic thumbnail

Read the latest model review from Caravan Guard: we’re looking at Bilbo’s latest Celex – a campervan with a little bit of magic.


CMC Reimo Lucky Starr: Meet a campervan original thumbnail

We all need our high-ticket items to prove their worth. So, rather than a full-scale motorhome, perhaps we should all be considering the more multi-functional appeal of a campervan.

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The long-wheelbase version of Bilbo’s VW motorhome will cost you £1,990 more than the standard version and for that you get 400mm of extra length. It doesn’t sound a lot but it does make a world of difference.


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