Although visually pretty much identical (graphics apart) to the 2015 Lasers, the 2016 models are built using Coachman’s ABC (Advanced Bonded Construction) methods, where the body is glued rather than screwed together. Any timber has been replaced with polyurethane (PU) materials, which is not only impervious to water, but is also lighter. Therefore, the whole Coachman range is lighter this year.

The 650 is a brand new model, boasting a rear fixed-bed with not only his ‘n’ her wardrobes, but in this case his ‘n’ hers entrances into the bedroom through a dedicated centre washroom. In theory this allows visitors to use the front bed and pay night-time visits to the loo without disturbing the fixed-bed occupants. Could this be the perfect touring couple’s caravan? Read Practical Caravan’s Coachman Laser 650 review to find out. And to see other Coachman caravans for sale, click here.