The two-berth end-washroom layout has enjoyed huge success since it first appeared in mainstream brands in the late 1980s and Swift was one of the manufacturers at the forefront of the ’90s development of the layout. The end washroom was particularly popular with empty nesters who appreciated the luxury of a spacious area in which to shower and dress.

The layout’s popularity waned when fixed beds were introduced and space was stolen from washrooms and kitchens to accommodate them, but new designs and lower weights have returned it to the best-seller lists.

Swift dropped its Charisma range for 2012 and replaced it with a radically different design that carried the Challenger Sport name. Design is unchanged for 2013 but juicy items of kit have been added.