Regent Weekender

Regent Weekender Test Review

The Regent Weekender is an aptly named van. While it’s certainly suitable for long-term touring, some users will find it better for shorter trips because of the slightly compressed layout. Most of the compression has occurred in the dinette and kitchen, so it just depends on how you like to travel. None of this means the layout is awkward or difficult – in fact, it’s just the opposite.

Two additional features make the Weekender a very attractive proposition: one is the weight

, or lack thereof; and the other is always that final bottom line,
 the price.

The Verdict

I liked...

Light and bright interior
Weight factor and load capacity
Wide choice of tow vehicles.
Electrical setup
Relatively good storage space

I would have liked...

An extra rub of sandpaper inside the
cupboard edges – they were a bit rough
A few more double powerpoints (instead of all singles)
Easier access to under-seat areas
Reading lights for dinette


Regent Weekender Specifics

Weight and measures

  • Overall length 7.6m (24ft 11in)
  • External body length 5.9m (19ft 4in)
  • External body width 2.44m (8ft)
  • Travel height 2.62m (8ft 7in)
  • Internal height 1.98m (6ft 6in)
  • Tare 1700kg
  • ATM 2100kg
  • Ball weight 120kg


  • Frame Meranti timber
  • Cladding Aluminium
  • Chassis DuraGal
  • Suspension Leaf spring
  • Brakes 10in electric
  • Wheels 15in 
  • Fresh water 2x80L
  • Battery 1x100Ah
  • Solar Optional (pre-wired)
  • Air-conditioner Aircommand Cormorant
  • Gas 1x9kg
  • ESC Optional


  • Cooking Thetford four-burner/grill/oven
  • Fridge Thetford 504.3 164L three-way 
  • Microwave Daewoo DC
  • Toilet Thetford cassette 
  • Shower Separate cubicle
  • Lighting 12V LED
  • Hot water Suburban 23L

Options fitted


Price as shown

(*tow-away, including ‘Essentials Pack’)