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TITANIUM TOUGH?

Latitude Motorhomes takes aim with the Titanium and scores a bullseye with its first shot Words and Images Richard Robertson CLICK HERE TO READ THIS STORY IN OUR ONLINE MAGAZINE Latitude Motorhomes is the creation of brothers...

TOURING LUXURY? OR JUST A CATCHY NAME?

Like its seaside suburban namesake, the Coogee by Winnebago promises easy, stylish living… A motorhome makes a great alternative to a seaside home or beachfront holiday house. For a fraction of the price of traditional...

AVIDA BIRDSVILLE REFRESH

Old name on a new van but do the numbers stack up on this six-berth offering? When asked if I wanted to test the new Avida Birdsville, I wasn’t expecting a first-run prototype. The Birdsville...

DOES A VAN CONVERSION MOTORHOME APPEAL?

Horizon Melaleuca adds appeal to its name Horizon Motorhomes is the only dedicated, volume manufacturer of van conversion motorhomes in Australia. Based in Ballina on the NSW Far North Coast, the company is well known...

Off-Road Evac

The new Sunliner Habitat offers a quick getaway – in every sense. Words Richard Roberetson Sunliner is one manufacturer unafraid of pushing the boundaries. This long-established family business is set to release the all-new Habitat – a...

Lance Mid-Size Offers Rare Slide-On With A Slide-Out

By Time Scott, Sam Rees-Jones Ford’s new Transit is something of a lone shark, yes that’s the right spelling, in that it is a manual-only transmission in a field of autos and semi-autos that help...

Welcome Conquest!

Forget the Normans, Jayco’s Conquest is one you won’t want to run away from… By Richard Robertson In the battle for Australian RV market supremacy, Jayco is the undoubted victor. Something like half of all new...

Review – Tiffin Allegro Breeze

At $430,000 that’s $71,500 a wheel ... but what a way to roll! By Gary Tischer What you don’t see is one of the differences that sets the Tiffin Allegro Breeze apart from other motorhomes. When...

Going Deluxe in a Suncamper

Glamping it up in Suncamper’s Sovereign Deluxe. By Richard Robertson There’s something blingy about white leather upholstery. It screams look-at-me, to hell with the cleaning – and no kids allowed. That was my first impression stepping...

Review: Sunliner Monte Carlo

Jam-packed and full of cream like the biscuit, but you’ll need big biccies to buy one By Gary Tischer Let me start by saying straight up, the Sunliner Monte Carlo is one luxurious motorhome. Now I’m...
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