Marketed as an individual luxury range, separate from the Lunar line-up, the Alaria offers three layouts – all twin-axles. They are also that magical 8ft wide, so can provide stacks of living area. 

We checked out the 2019 TS; the designation stands for twin single beds, a popular layout that combines with an end washroom and a spacious, L-shaped lounge. 

Launched at the end of 2017, the Alaria rapidly became a hit, offering a modern interior and good value for money. 

The Alaria mirrors the Delta, but pay a bit more for the Alaria and you get something altogether different, with additional spec and that great interior. 

This end of the market has been dominated by Buccaneers, but we can see why the Alaria is winning new friends. 

For 2019, subtle changes include the front gas locker lid reverting back to white; some of us liked the black colour, but the Alaria still looks very smart.