Lizzie Pope
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A Coachman and a Lunar fall under the spotlight, we catch some sun in the south of France and put a hybrid tow car to the test, only in our TV show

We're back with a brand new TV show, full of expert reviews of caravans for sale, inspiration for your caravan holidays, tow car buying advice and more. To make sure you don't miss out, tune in to The Caravan Channel on Freesat 402 and Sky 192, or watch the show live online from the comfort of your laptop, computer, tablet or smartphone. 

In this edition of our TV show, our Group Editor Alastair Clements reviews the four-berth, transverse island bed Coachman VIP 575/4, a top spec tourer with an impressive, full width rear washroom. You certainly get a lot of kit with the 575/4, including alloy wheels, wheel locks, an external gas barbecue point and an external 230V socket. And, for the very first time, Coachman is offering Alde wet central heating, across the entire VIP range. The stylish details inside include LED mood lighting, but it’s not style over substance. Tune in to our latest TV show on The Caravan Channel to watch the Practical Caravan Coachman VIP 575/4 review and get the full story on this £24,195 tourer.

Now, have you ever considered a hybrid when wondering what tow car to buy next? Well, in our latest TV show, only on The Caravan Channel, Practical Caravan’s tow car expert David Motton puts the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GX4hs through its paces. Make sure you tune in on Sky 192 or Freesat 402, or you watch live online to find out how it performs in our rigorous tow car test.

We're also bringing you some winter sun in our TV show. Join Practical Caravan’s Stacie Pardoe on the Côte d'Azur. She took an Adria Adora 612DT Rhine and a Volvo XC90 to the south of France – find out what she got up to on the French Riviera, only on The Caravan Channel. Watch on Sky 192, Freesat 402 or live online.

Then back in Blighty, Stacie’s reviewing the Lunar Delta TI, a luxurious caravan with a transverse island bed in the rear. Inside, it feels every inch the top class tourer, with a snazzy cocktail cabinet, dimmable LED strip lighting and a huge fridge with a separate freezer compartment. Tune in to find out what’s so special about the Delta TI’s sunroof and to step inside this caravan’s smart washroom.

The Practical Caravan team produces these TV shows with colleagues from Information TV. Each episode is broadcast 10 times over two weeks on The Caravan Channel. This show will be broadcast from Monday 10 November until Sunday 23 November 2014, at these times, on these days:

  • Monday at 8pm
  • Wednesday at 5pm
  • Thursday at 5.30am
  • Saturday at 10.30am
  • Sunday at 10.30am

We hope you enjoy it! Missed previous shows? Then go to our YouTube channel and catch up. And while you're there, remember to subscribe to our channel so you never miss any video content again.

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