The end-washroom family tourer with side dinette proved popular from its introduction in the late 1980s.

Lunar’s ES model, launched in 2008, uses this well-proven layout, which has featured in the Clubman range since 1985. This 2019 version is a three-berth, although there is a £499 option to add a bunk bed if needed. That said, the ES is a good choice for couples, too.

The new Clubmans keep to the tried and tested formula, providing a modern interior and high spec. And with some end-of-season deals around, the range is even better value.

The ES is a spacious tourer – Lunar’s designers seem to make interiors that look far bigger than you might expect. Very little changed over the 2018 version, but the design tweaks made the ES just that bit better.

We like the bold graphics, and of course, the Clubman has full-height front and rear ABS panels, a sunroof and a Skyview opening rooflight.