Now we’re at the mid-point in the calendar year, it’s time for caravan manufacturers to reveal their new-for-2016 vans. This means it’s a busy time of year for the caravan industry, not to mention an exciting period for those checking out the newest caravans for sale, keen to see the latest innovations and updates heading to market.

So to keep up to date with all the news as it happens from the 2016 season launches, make sure you come back to this page regularly. As the Practical Caravan team travels across the UK and Europe attending new model launches, we will update this page so you’re up to date with the latest news about new vans, model ranges and changes from your favourite manufacturers. It’s your one-stop shop for news about 2016 season tourers.

Pleasingly, it all starts with A – for Adria. Practical Caravan’s Group Editor Alastair Clements recently went to Slovenia to get the low-down on the 2016 Adria caravans, as the brand celebrates its 50th anniversary. And you can also read our first review of a 2016 Adria, the Altea 472DS Eden.

And guess what’s next? Yes, it is B for Bailey. Once again, it was our Group Editor who was first to see these new-for-2016 models, at a preview event. Read his report and get the latest on the 2016 line-up from Bailey Caravans, headlined by the updated Pegasus range. Make sure you also read Alastair’s Bailey Pegasus Palermo and Pegasus Brindisi reviews.

Next, we can reveal the 2016 plans for another giant in the world of British-built caravans – Swift Group. With significant changes to the Sprite, Sterling and Swift ranges, make sure you read what Practical Caravan’s Test Editor Mike Le Caplain has to say. You can also check out our 2016 Swift Conqueror 565 review.

Mike’s also got the low-down for us on the new season models from Coachman Caravans. See the brand’s two new vans and find out about the other changes across the range in his report from the 2016 Coachman launch.

Back with Practical Caravan’s Group Editor Alastair Clements and there’s a lot to take a look at as he previews the 2016 models from The Explorer Group. With 42 caravans to get your head around, don’t waste any time and read his article.

And last but by no means least, we bring you details of the new season Lunar caravans, as well as those of sister brand Venus. Check out the latest news as revealed at the 2016 launch in Lancashire.