The Hobby Maxia 660WQM was on display at the NEC Show last week.

This is the first time a model from Hobby’s Scandi-inspired Maxia range has been on show in the UK, even though the 660WQM launched last year.

Coming in with a length of 8.33m and a width of 2.50m, the tourer that was shortlisted for the best caravan for seasonal pitches category at the Practical Caravan Awards 2023 provides a spacious interior and a great design.

Like the Adria Alpina Rio Grande that was also making its show debut, the four berth caravan has a front end kitchen, as well as a full width rear washroom and transverse rear island bed.

A central lounge completes the caravan’s layout, with wraparound seating that can be made up into a double bed. The lounge provides good storage, including a central dresser and overhead lockers, which create a stylish, modern interior for tours.

Prices start from £37,995 for the tourer, which also comes with a MTPLM of 2000kg and a MiRO of 1710kg. It also has a payload of 290kg.

Other models making their show debut include the Cub from Lion Caravans and the Campod from Leisure Pods.

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