The latest four-berth from the German brand lives up to its name, especially if you add option packs
The adaptable layout in this spacious six-berth offers plenty of versatility for families on tour
In a nutshell... this positively luxurious entry-level four-berth joins our test fleet
Kimberley Caravan is well known for dealer specials, from more than one UK manufacturer. This year its Swift-based specials have a new name, Icon,...
Our in-depth test of the Acadia 860, a 5-berth caravan from Coachman that makes an excellent entry-level caravan for couples and families.
We review the revamped luxury Bailey Unicorn 4 berth caravan
Combining air and pole technology results in a distinctive look, says Peter Baber
As Swift expands its Eccles range to include several eight-foot wide models, Peter Baber finds out whether the extra width works in the buyer's...
By consolidating its model range, Coachman has made its classic, transverse-bed 675 layout more affordable. But does it fit the bill for touring familes?
For the new season, this entry-level range is being joined by a spacious twin-axle four-berth with a family-friendly layout and a contemporary interior.
The Portuguese town of Sintra is famous for luxurious villas and palaces, so the name is rather apt for one of Bailey's latest upmarket,...
This family-friendly, superbly comfortable six-berth is designed to feel just like your home away from home. Our test team scrutinises its every detail.
Peter Baber discovers a super-compact, expandable, lightweight 'trailer' van, that fits in your garage and is easy to tow.