Peter Vaughan gets an exclusive first look at the new Peugeot-based campervan from Auto-Explore, an all-new name in the market. This spacious two-berth RL model has a rear lounge that converts to a double bed or twin singles and it comes with a comprehensive spec and very few options. Designed to take on popular British brands with a classic layout, it is available only from one dealer, Webbs. If you would like to see more videos like this you can help and support us by giving us a thumbs up, leaving a comment or subscribing to our channel. ◼️ REVIEWED BY: Peter Vaughan, Group Motorhome Road Test Editor for MMM magazine and What Motorhome magazine Editor. Peter has been writing about motorhomes since the age of 14, has a love of touring France and is mad about old Italian sports cars. ◼️ ANY QUESTIONS? We love reading your comments so don’t forget to leave a comment and we will do our best to answer your questions. ◼️ VISIT OUR WEBSITE: for the latest on motorhomes and campervans and how to get the very best from your life on the open road. ◼️ MMM MAGAZINE This video is by MMM magazine, which has been Britain’s best-selling motorhome magazine for every one of the past 53 years! To find out more about this fantastic magazine, which is packed every month with motorhome reviews, inspiring motorhome and campervan tours in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world, all the latest motorhome news, technical tips and DIY projects to improve your ’van and the latest buying advice and tips just follow the link above. ◼️ WHAT MOTORHOME MAGAZINE Our team of experts also produce What Motorhome magazine, which is packed every month with detailed information on new motorhomes and campervans, as well as expert buying advice and tips to help you find the right motorhome for you. ◼️ CAMPERVAN MAGAZINE We also create Campervan magazine each month, which is for those who enjoy life on the road in a more compact home from home. Each month Campervan magazine features superb tours, campervan reviews, the latest camper news and views and top technical and buying tips. ◼️ MORE INSPIRATION Join in the motorhome chat on our social channels too

26 thoughts on “An exciting new brand of campervan with a popular two-berth, rear lounge layout

  1. I like it. What makes it for me is the curtains. Too many other manufacturers don’t fir them and they look bland. Curtains make cosy. Bathroom light 🧐

  2. Enjoyed reviewing this van, wish we could have driven it. Thought it felt well finished and equipped, a bit disappointed with the washroom, no hanging or storage in there. Plus, we couldn’t use the wash basin in there! Toilet was too high off the floor. Smaller cupboards would have given more space to the washroom. We did manage to use the sofas as single beds with back rests in place.

  3. Wow. Disappointing and lack lustre for a new van on the market. Offers nothing innovative. Not even drawers in the kitchen. And why is it an “ option” for a swivel passenger seat. That should be standard this day and age. Battery power doesn’t sound that great either. New vans should utilise at least 2 solar panels.

    1. But there’s a big following for layouts like this, even without any innovation. I can’t think of anything in this class that has two solar panels as standard and many wouldn’t want them, hooking up on site most nights.

  4. Why don’t camper van/motor homes manufacturers start using composting toilets instead of cassette toilets or I’m l missing a trick somewhere?

    1. People are used to chemical toilets in ‘vans (and campsites are set up for them), so it would be a brave manufacturer that adopted composting loos instead. Look at how slow makers have been to adopt the Indus toilet system.

  5. Bit too many detail improvements needed. Only my opinion, not sure need shower area in a campervan.

  6. Interior a bit old fashioned! If you look at some of the self converted vans they are super individual and modern. Nice tiles, integrated hob, extended taps etc

  7. Have to say very poor washroom and decor from the 60’s!! I don’t think this is anywhere near the front of a growing pack of PVC’s

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