Cara-fans will know that the Swift Challenger and Sterling Eccles share the same floorplans and similar spec lists, but sport different design vibes.

It’s a great way for a producer to double its appeal in the marketplace – there’s a look and feel for those who value traditional styling cues, plus something that’s more racy.

For 2018, though, Eccles has been ‘set free’ from Sterling, becoming a standalone Swift range as part of the mother company’s marketing reboot.

As well as the change in nomenclature, there are several noteworthy improvements for the new season – led by Alde heating now coming as standard on Eccles caravans, but remaining an option in Challengers.

Here, we take a look at the six-berth 590, a 7.5m-long single-axle.

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