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Caravelair Allegra Home 560 - The Caravelair Allegra Home 560 looks good, with an excellent finish and sturdy build (© Practical Caravan)

Caravelair Allegra Home 560 2020

  • 4-berth
  • 1600kg MTPLM

For the 2020 season, Marquis introduces the new Caravelair Allegra Home 560 to the UK market, offering Continental style. Andrew Jenkinson steps inside.

Created on 12th February 2020

3.5 stars

£21,995

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Bailey Unicorn Black Edition Vigo - Smart new graphic scheme retains the ‘B’ for Bailey branding; you also get 14-inch graphite alloy wheels for a sportier appearance (© Practical Caravan)

Bailey Unicorn Black Edition Vigo 2020

  • 4-berth
  • 1499kg MTPLM

We review the revamped luxury Bailey Unicorn 4 berth caravan

Created on 27th January 2020

4.0 stars

£24,999

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Swift Elegance 480 - AKS 3004 stabiliser and ATC trailer control system are fitted as standard (© Practical Caravan)

Swift Elegance 480 2 berth caravan 2020

  • 2-berth
  • 1477kg MTPLM

How does the Swift Elegance 480 compare with other 2 berth caravans. Andrew Jenkinson finds out.

Created on 23rd January 2020

4.0 stars

£26,885

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Coachman Acadia 470 - The new Acadia 470 combines the best elements of Coachman’s Vision and Pastiche ranges (© Practical Caravan)

Coachman Acadia 470 2020

  • 3-berth
  • 1343kg MTPLM

The Pastiche 470 has evolved into the new Acadia 470, and is now even better value than before, says Andrew Jenkinson.

Created on 20th January 2020

4.5 stars

£22,340

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Coachman Laser Xcel 850 - Despite the extra width, towing is made easier with the inclusion of Al-Ko’s ATC trailer control system and an AKS 3004 stabiliser fitted as standard (© Practical Caravan)

Coachman Laser Xcel 850 2019

  • 4-berth
  • 1927kg MTPLM

The Hull manufacturer’s latest iteration of the Laser has joined the 8ft-wide club. Andrew Jenkinson steps inside the 850, winner of our Best Luxury Tourer

Created on 20th January 2020

4.0 stars

£35,400

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Swift Challenger X 880 - It has a smart profile, but the Challenger X 880 is also eminently practical (© Practical Caravan)

Swift Challenger X 880 2020

  • 4-berth
  • 1642kg MTPLM

Swift has added to its 8ft-wide line-up with the Challenger X range, which features a transverse fixed bed. Andrew Jenkinson finds out more.

Created on 16th January 2020

4.0 stars

£28,765

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Adria Altea - Revised front and rear mouldings are among new features for 2020 in the Aire (© Practical Caravan)

Adria Altea Aire 492DT 2020

  • 2-berth
  • 1500kg MTPLM

The Slovenian manufacturer has really come up trumps with this cleverly designed tourer for two

Created on 13th January 2020

4.0 stars

£19,395

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Adria Altea Dart 622D - The Dart has a large front gas locker and heavy-duty corner steadies (© Practical Caravan)

Adria Altea Dart 622DP 2020

  • 4-berth
  • 1500kg MTPLM

For the 2020 season, Adria's Altea range has been given revamped interiors, while new models now include the fixed-island-bed Dart, says Andrew Jenkinson.

Created on 17th December 2019

4.0 stars

£20,195

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Swift Eccles X 850 - Smart exterior graphics hide the fact there's no nearside front window (© Practical Caravan)

Swift Eccles X 850 2020

  • 4-berth
  • 1799kg MTPLM

As Swift expands its Eccles range to include several eight-foot wide models, Peter Baber finds out whether the extra width works in the buyer's favour.

Created on 11th December 2019

3.5 stars

£27,605

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Coachman Acadia 675 - That attractive, low profile look will be familiar to Coachman fans (© Practical Caravan)

Coachman Acadia 675 2020

  • 4-berth
  • 1715kg MTPLM

By consolidating its model range, Coachman has made its classic, transverse-bed 675 layout more affordable. But does it fit the bill for touring familes?

Created on 4th December 2019

4.0 stars

£25,400

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