Best luxury caravans
At this end of the market, there can be huge differences in the type of caravan you get for your dollar – you can have virtually whatever you want. $80-plus grand will buy you a fully-kitted out offroad caravan with all the bush-cred you need or, alternatively, it will get you a long, luxury touring van with all the creature comforts and spectacular style. Think outdoor kitchens, mahogany furniture, slide-out bedrooms, and TVs rising from the cabinetry.
Best luxury caravan reviews
The Retreat Hamilton was made for offroad touring. It has a classic offroad shape and while there may be other vans that look similar, it's the stuff that's not immediately visible that really matters on this caravan.
The amazing interior layout is what really sets the Nova Pride Platinum apart. Even those who are familiar with the range should have a second look. An amazing amount of comforts has been fitted into the into the van by the clever use of an offside slide-out, which acts as the bed head for the east-west bed.
The sheer size of the Paramount Utility, which measures nearly 9m long, makes it hard to miss. The van’s name conveys a practical, purposeful feel, and surely applies to the class-leading 86cm (2ft 10in) deep rear boot.
At first glance, the offroad Roadstar Safari Tamer shares many attributes with its contemporaries. But upon closer inspection, it becomes obvious there are differences in many areas.
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