A year ago we picked out a list of top 10 motorhomes and caravans to take on the road once lockdown was over, hopeful there would still be a chance for a late summer holiday on wheels.
This year our hopes become certainties: in summer 2021 we are guaranteed to be able to enjoy the great outdoors again. So take a look at our updated ultimate list of unmissable motorhomes and leisure vehicles.
The Volkswagen California has everything you’d need to go on an awesome campervan adventure: comfortable space, high-quality interior fittings, and, of course, plenty of style.
It sleeps a family of four with pop-up canvas roofs to provide extra standing room. It’s everything you need to make this mid-size campervan your self-contained home away from home.
A must-have for all families who enjoy taking on the road together. This spacious model guarantees everyone can enjoy their own alone time when they need to.
The rear of this campervan has two fixed bunks and a dinette area that’s perfect for a designated play space, while the lounge remains clutter-free. You get a microwave, and the fridge/freezer has a 140-litre capacity, plus there’s plenty of storage for dry foodstuffs.
If you’re looking for style and substance, then the HYMER Grand Canyon will be the campervan for you. It has a strong road presence and is extremely well-designed.
The touches of quality throughout will make you forget you are in a moving leisure vehicle altogether, and you might actually find yourself admiring the interiors more than the great outdoors.
The Sprite Superb Quattro EB almost falls in its leisure vehicle category entirely. The front lounge forms an ideal entertainment space for friends and family and the parallel sofas suit any last-minute couch-surfers. Even better, no one will have their sleep disturbed thanks to a central washroom that everyone can access.
If the ample space and ingenious layout are not enough to sell you on it, the pop-up extension in the kitchen (which has a full oven, separate grill and three-burner hob) certainly will.
Many good things could be said about the four-passenger Swift Escape, and none of them would be enough to describe its great value for money. The 604 has everything you’d need to enjoy a fantastic weekend on the roads.
There’s plenty of space and comfort, and it also comes with high-end, modern technology too. The swift command control is extremely helpful and easy to use, the USB sockets are plentiful and discreet, plus the opening panoramic sunroof is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser for stargazing nights.
The best way to describe the Auto-trail Tribute F60 is to call it a proper motorhome. Design-wise it stands out for its sleek and classic minimal look, which makes it seem well above its price tag.
In terms of comfort level, it is ideal for long couple trips thanks to features like the underfloor heating and ergonomically designed kitchen.
Looking to travel in style? Then look no further than the Concorde Carver, this large and striking motorhome is a top of the line vehicle, with superior interior and exterior touches showing its class.
This luxury RV’s design includes ultra-modern kitchen appliances, spacious beds and a washroom that makes you forget your home is on wheels.
There’s much to love about the Elddis Accordo, a motorhome that manages to remain compact but which offers a lot of space for couples and small families. The interior of this great compact coach built motorhome was crafted to make the most out of every nook and cranny, whilst easy to clean.
It has great mileage for a vehicle of this size. The key feature? A tilting panoramic roof light with pleated blind and separate flyscreen.
The Ducato Sunlight Cliff falls more in the leisure vehicle category than a full-fledged motorhome, and it does so proudly. It ticks all the boxes for those who need more space, yet plan to spend more time exploring the great outdoors than inside this compact vehicle.
It has clever storage built-in, a surprisingly spacious kitchen and the comfortable bed is a welcomed luxury after long hiking or surfing days. Another massive plus: its size makes it easier to take on slim roads and park in places that other caravans would have trouble fitting into.
If you’re looking for a motorhome that is both historic yet modern, then take a look at the Dethleffs Eurostyle, a new offering from Dethleffs that comes with a higher number of standard features than most motorhomes.
The bathroom has a separate shower, the kitchen boasts a large working surface, and the drawers have a soft close function, so late-night snackers won’t disturb anyone else’s sleep.
Ready to finance your motorhome and go on an adventure of a lifetime? We offer finance for motorhomes and campervans, so you can get the set of wheels you’ve always wanted to own, and spread the cost over 36 – 120 months.
Get in touch with the Forza Finance team today and we will help you find the finance plan that works best for you.