The Explorer Group reintroduced the Compass brand in 2012, and for this season it’s had a complete revamp.

Gone are the Corona and Rallye ranges, and in their place three new lines cover the entry-level (Casita), mid-market (Capiro) and upmarket (Camino) price points.

All four models in the Capiro range weigh in at less than 1500kg, so can be towed by a wide range of family cars.

And all four have luxury-spec items such as the Alde central heating system and the long ‘Stargazer’ rooflight.

Exterior graphics feature a ‘C’ in shades of blue/grey, with subtle patterning that gives a smart, cohesive look.

Here we are reviewing the four-berth 550, that has the retractable island-bed layout, with the washroom split across the aisle in the centre of the van. At the front are parallel sofas, while the kitchen is on the offside opposite the entrance door.

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