It’s all change for the Swift Challenger range’s 2016 season. The Sport and SE have been dropped, and the new Challenger is just that; Challenger. However, Swift is keen to point out that there is the option of upgrading any of the 2016 Challengers to having Alde heating rather than the standard Truma system at the time of ordering. 

A really smart body adorns the new Challenger, which is built using Swift’s SMART Plus construction techniques. A GRP skin protects the underside of the floor, whilst the fully-bonded roof has been upgraded and is made from hailstone-resistant GRP with polystyrene insulation. At the rear, bars allowing the attachment of a Thule cycle rack are fitted.

Here we review one of the larger family models, the six-berth Swift Challenger 590. And to see other Swift caravans for sale, click here.