Few would argue that Coachman is anything but a budget brand – after all, its entry-level models stand comparison with mid-market offerings from other manufacturers – so it perhaps comes as little surprise that the Hull firm’s best-seller comes from its flagship single-axle range. The VIP 575 features a transverse island bed and an end washroom, but was a layout that – thus far – hadn’t made its way into the luxury twin-axle Laser line. Until now, because for 2017 we have the Coachman Laser 675, which takes the place of the fixed-nearside-double 640 to be part of a three-model range.

On the outside, there’s the usual dead giveaway of this layout in a long, blank expanse of wall on the nearside, but this is otherwise a very stylish caravan, with snazzy new graphics in red, grey and black, bold roof rails and a sturdy appearance. The vents for the fridge are sited on the nearside, along with external 230V and gas-barbecue points, but all other services are sensibly relegated to the offside so they won’t get in the way of your awning. There’s an external door to access the space beneath the rear fixed bed, but that’s the only outside storage apart from the compact front gas locker. And to see other Coachman caravans for sale, click here.