It’s time to reveal the results from our annual quest to discover what tow car is Britain’s best.

After a tough week of testing and data-crunching, at last night’s Tow Car Awards ceremony we crowned the new Land Rover Discovery our 2017 winner.

And in the latest issue of Practical Caravanin shops now! – you can read all about this and the other winners, in 25 pages of Tow Car Awards coverage.

With five weight categories and a host of special prizes, no matter what size your caravan, there’s something for you!

Want to see our best of the best in action? Head to our dedicated Tow Car Awards website.

Six new caravans – can you resist temptation?

Also in the August 2017 edition of Practical Caravan, we’ve a great range of caravan reviews for you.

Starting on page 58, we take a look at the Lunar Lexon 590 which offers a rear island bed and a central washroom on a single-axle chassis, for £20,699.

Or how about another fixed-bed tourer, the Sterling Eccles 510? This squeezes a nearside fixed double bed and rear corner washroom into a van that’s less than 7m from hitchhead to tail-lights.

For a dose of luxury, turn to page 64 and check out our Elddis Crusader Zephyr review. Find out what you get for your £26,299, other than a 6’2”-long transverse island bed, a smart cocktail cabinet and the gift of space thanks to its twin-axle underpinnings.

Next, it’s the Swift Elegance 530, an upmarket four-berth that dispenses with the need for fixed beds. And this means that you benefit in terms of washroom and living space.

Then we look at the baby of Bailey’s mid-market range – the Pegasus Genoa. Head to page 72 and see why our Reviews Editor thinks this “provides wonderfully light-filled touring for just the two of you”.

Finally, we subject the Adria Alpina 613UL Colorado to our full live-in test. See how this top-of-the-range four-berth, with its contemporary design, performs in our most in-depth review – only in our brand-new magazine, on sale now!

Join us on an Arctic adventure!

Of course, the latest issue of Practical Caravan is also stuffed full of great touring inspiration.

This month, we’re hitching up and heading off to Oxfordshire, Yorkshire, Northumberland and Scotland.

Plus, ever-ready for a caravanning adventure, we join Bailey for the caravan holiday of a lifetime to meet Santa Claus in Lapland! Surely proof, were it needed, that year-round touring is not a far-flung dream. Click here to see more.

Get all this and much, much more in the August 2017 edition of Practical Caravan – our Tow Car Awards special issue.