Tribute 669

Thanks to a compact length, the Auto-Trail Tribute 669 can be used both as an everyday vehicle as well as a comfortable family tourer. Sleeping up to four people with four seatbelts, the Tribute 669 will carry your family in safety and comfort wherever you choose to travel. Plus, as it fits on most standard driveways, you can save on expensive storage fees and have your new Auto-Trail Tribute ready and waiting for the next adventure just outside your front door.

Tribute 670

The award-winning Tribute 670 is another of Tribute's compact but versatile van conversion motorhomes, with the everyday practicality to function as a sole vehicle for active couples. Bring friends along for the ride thanks to four belted seats. Its shorter length allows for storage on most standard UK driveways, meaning you can visit those far away friends at the drop of a hat.

Tribute 680

The forward-facing seats enable the 680 to carry four people in safety while the open plan rear lounge and rear double doors make it a flexible load-carrier as well as a luxury long-range tourer.

With a pair of long lounge seats, the rear living space will seat six in comfort, and when it’s time to retire, this roomy sleeping compartment provides a truly enormous transverse double.

Tribute 615

One of the most compact models in the Tribute range, the 615 coachbuilt motorhome adopts the classic end kitchen layout for a space-efficient, light and airy open-plan living space.

The aerodynamic bodyshell combines perfectly with Fiat’s agile Ducato platform and with its large kitchen and spacious lounge, the 615 is the perfect option for sociable couples who enjoy entertaining on site.

Tribute 625

The aerodynamic bodyshell on the Tribute 625 combines perfectly with Fiat’s agile Ducato platform and with its welcoming rear lounge, the 625 is an ideal option for sociable couples who enjoy company on their holidays.

Fiat’s Comfort-Matic transmission option is available on 130bhp, 147bhp and 177bhp engines.

Tribute 715

The Tribute 715 models are incredibly flexible British motorhomes offering accommodation for up to six people.

Despite its longer chassis, the 715’s aerodynamic bodyshell combines well with Fiat’s refined 130bhp Multi Jet II engine to make these models a dream to drive wherever you venture. Combine this with its spacious accommodation and the 715 makes a perfect touring base for active families; just another fantastic example of Fiat motorhomes’ build quality.

Tribute 720

Designed with two distinct lounging areas, the spacious Tribute 720 gives children and parents their own dedicated zones.

Up front, behind the cab seats, there’s an ample lounge-diner with seating for up to five people with the swivel cab seats rotated. At the rear of the vehicle, there’s a second lounge – which makes a perfect little playroom.

Tribute 726

The all-new 726 is the second model in the expanding Tribute range to offer six berths and six belted travelling seats for greater flexibility (six belts a cost option at 3650kgs).

The 726’s aerodynamic bodyshell is well matched with Fiat’s refined 130bhp Multi Jet II engine, for an agile drive and smooth ride. All of our British built Fiat motorhomes are great examples of first class Auto-Trail bodywork.

Tribute 736

Making its debut last year, the Tribute 736 provides two distinct living spaces for parents and children.

Built on Fiat’s 7.25 metre wider track chassis for extra stability, standard equipment includes 6-speed gearbox, ABS brakes, remote control central locking, a panoramic rooflight, colour reversing camera, fitted microwave and removable carpets.

Tribute 736 G

New for 2019 is the 736 G – oozing with style and featuring a contemporary transverse bed layout. Sleek exterior lines add a sporty feel to this grand coachbuilt tourer. Thanks to a capacious rear garage, you can travel with all the necessities of home, allowing storage of bulkier items that would otherwise clutter this stunning new motorhome.

V-Line 540 SE

The award-winning V-Line 540 SE is the most compact motorhome in the Auto-Trail range – making it the ideal vehicle for those who appreciate the little luxuries in life.

At a shade over 5.4 metres long, these van conversion motorhomes will fit on most standard driveways – saving on expensive storage fees – and is compact enough to use as a practical everyday vehicle for active couples.

V-Line 610 SE

The best of both worlds inside a compact van conversion – space to stretch out at the rear combined with a chassis of under 6m in length giving you an easy drive on a multitude of roads. Built to the highest standards, each V-line achieves NCC approved grade 3 classification for insulation, making this an extremely flexible all seasons tourer.

V-Line 634 SE

New for 2019, the V-Line 634 SE model holds a multitude of dynamic, stylish features in its 6.3m Fiat Ducato chassis. The 634 SE highlights a full height, slim-line 140l fridge with integral freezer, as well as a new 6.5” touch screen DAB head unit, with colour reversing camera.

V-Line 635 SE

Thanks to a slightly longer construction, the Auto-Trail V-Line 635 SE has all the comforts of other Auto-Trail van conversion motorhomes whilst benefitting from a larger living area and extended kitchen with front dining area.

Also featuring a wind out awning, this two-berth couples tourer is the ideal vehicle for spontaneous trips when the mood arises.

V-Line 636 SE

The 636 SE combines a large rear lounge and a dinette with two additional forward-facing belted seats for additional passenger-carrying capacity. At the end of a day's activity, the rear seats quickly become a spacious and comfortable transverse double bed, leaving you refreshed for whatever tomorrow brings.

V-Line Sport Pack

The new 2019 V-Line Sports pack not only adds premium comfort to your V-Line leisure vehicle; innovative touches, such as the external shower point and gas BBQ point, makes your touring voyage become even more enjoyable.

The V-Line range once again raises the bar with elegant design and compact, manoeuvrable versatility.

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Imala 615

A compact motorhome designed for both the shorter road trip and the extended travels, the Auto-Trail Imala 615 has everything you need in a motorhome. High quality British construction ensures that the Imala 615 can be enjoyed for many more journeys to come.

Clever open-plan design ensures that the interior feels sleek and uncluttered, with sleeping space for up to four people in the Hi-Line motorhome variant.

Imala 625

The Imala 625 is the perfect space to kick back and relax after a long day on the road or an exciting afternoon exploring the local surroundings. Sink into the sumptuous Iris upholstery while supper simmers on the gas hob, or take a refreshing shower in the spacious washroom behind the cab seats.

Imala 715

Built on the four metre Fiat Ducato chassis, the 715 incorporates a fixed French bed and large front lounge for separate living and sleeping spaces without the need to climb a ladder to get into bed.

Imala 720

Another firm favourite with families due to its flexible seating and accommodation, the Imala 720 family motorhomes combine a sizeable lounge-diner with seating for up to five people with the swivel cab seats rotated. There is also a second substantial lounge at the rear of the vehicle.

Imala 730

These island bed motorhomes naturally create a distinct bedroom at the rear of the vehicle, while a large lounge and superb kitchen underline the spacious, luxury feel. In Hi-Line format, with an additional double bed over the cab and a half dinette option adding two belted travelling seats, it’s an authentic four-berth family tourer.

Imala 732

The 732 is the first model of the award-winning Imala range to feature a transverse island bed, winning Practical Motorhome's Best Family Motorhome. This elegant and practical layout gives you more space and flexibility all at 3500kg, so it not only looks fantastic, but it’s a great drive too whatever licence you hold.

Imala 734

Providing luxurious fixed bed accommodation for couples along with doubling up as a generous family multi-berth is what the Imala 734 does best. In Lo-Line configuration they are dedicated twin bed motorhomes with acres of living space at the front of the vehicle.

Tracker EKS

With room for as many as eight people to sit in comfort in its huge, uncluttered lounge, the Tracker EKS is the perfect layout for people who love making friends while travelling.

Bring the rotating cab seats into play, and guests can relax in the lounge while the chef prepares snacks or a more substantial meal in the generous end kitchen.

Tracker RS

Flexibility is key in the compact yet accommodating Tracker RS. The opposing lounge settees can be converted into a super-spacious transverse double for a restful night's sleep.

Tracker FB

Built on the four metre Fiat Ducato chassis, the Tracker FB uses its longer bodyshell to excellent effect by combining a fixed rear French bed with an airy front lounge for separate living and sleeping spaces.

Tracker EB

The all-new Tracker EB model for 2019 benefits from a spacious front lounge, modern L-shaped kitchen, French bed and an outstanding rear bathroom with an extra-large separate shower for the most luxurious everyday experiences.

Tracker RB

The longest model in the Tracker range, the RB makes good use of its 7.6 metre body to accommodate a transverse fixed island bed with full access from both sides, separated from the living area to create a much sought after end bedroom. This large motorhome can sleep up to six people in Hi-Line variation, making it ideal for travels with the family.

Tracker LB

The 7.6m Tracker LB is well-appointed and elegant. As the ideal vehicle for sociable travellers who love to invite guests to share the fun, this large motorhome features an external BBQ point for quick and easy al-fresco dining, and a spacious interior for indoor entertaining when the weather is cooler.

Apache 632

The Apache 632 marries a wide 4ft 6in fixed rear bed layout with a generous front lounge and a practical, spacious L-shaped kitchen with improved storage thanks to the introduction of a space-efficient slimline fridge freezer. At 7.36 metres in length it provides a spacious environment for you and your family with all the comforts of home.

Apache 634

With a desirable rear lounge layout, the Apache 634 is an established favourite. Available in both Hi-Line and Lo-Line variants, couples and families alike will find this a roomy and attractive motorhome.

The cab seats can be fully rotated - ideal for taking a break on a long journey, or enjoying lunch on a weekend trip.

Apache 700

With double beds front and rear, a generous kitchen and distinct living areas for children and parents, the Apache 700 adds up to an adaptable family-friendly large motorhome with the potential to sleep and seat six in Hi-Line configuration.

Frontier Delaware

Thanks to the option of an overcab double, the Frontier Delaware is either a spacious couples' tourer or a luxury family motorhome. Best suited to longer travels, the Frontier Delaware benefits from an eight metre length, allowing for a stunning interior with a fixed island bed to the rear.

Frontier Delaware S

The defining feature of the new Frontier Delaware S is an almost entirely separate rear bedroom with a choice of 6ft 1in long twin fixed single beds or an unbelievably sized double.

The epitome of luxury, this high-end motorhome has all there is to offer when it comes to a home from home experience.

Frontier Delaware HB

Also new for the 2019 season is the Frontier Delaware HB, now with a raised rear bed to allow for greater storage space in the garage. Slightly shorter than the Comanche, it still offers plenty of habitation space with the option of two different layouts.

Frontier Scout

The strongest point of this popular model of the Frontier range is a supremely versatile layout that fulfils multiple roles with minimum fuss. Popular with sociable motorhomers, the Frontier Scout appeals to those who frequently invite family and friends on their travels.

Frontier Comanche

Incorporating all the best features of its stablemates: large island bed, new walk-in shower, larger washroom and WC, a superbly equipped L-shaped kitchen and spacious front lounge seating up to seven, in terms of specification the Comanche covers all bases.

Frontier Comanche S

The Comanche S shares the same DNA as its twin-axle sibling: large front lounge with seating for up to seven, spacious L-shaped kitchen and larger washroom and separate WC spanning the central aisle of the coachbuilt motorhome.

Frontier Comanche HB

New for 2019 is the Frontier Comanche HB with 3 versatile layouts. Choose from either a side dinette, extended longitudinal seating or a further two belted seats, each with a fixed island high bed to the rear. Popular for its master en-suite bedroom feel, escape into your own private sanctuary that can be separated from the rest of the vehicle by a full length curtain. A high bed also allows for more garage space, helping to keep the interior uncluttered.

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V-Line SE 636 review | What Motorhome

Published on Thursday 23rd November 2017

What Motorhome


Dressed in metallic sliver paint, the exterior of this new high-top campervan is home to a solar panel, wind-out awning and TV aerial, all finished off with alloy wheels. In the cab there’s a passenger airbag, air-conditioning, cruise control, sliver-trimmed gauges and steering wheel-mounted controls for the radio and hands-free phone system.


There are just two berths, but the ability to transport a maximum of four increases versatility. Family man and Editor, Vaughan, pointed out that a bunk can be sourced that fits across the Ducato cab, so a grandchild might be able to go on holiday, too. There is even a double version, so you might take a couple of your little darlings. Priced from around 160 quid, the idea seems like a no-brainer if you want to go ‘gramping’ and don’t want to bother with a tent or awning.


With cab seats swivelled, there’s quite comfy seating for a quartet of campers. The dinette is created using the table, which plugs into the floor socket between cab seats and rear travel seat. And this is the only table – though, of course, there’s another socket for it in the rear lounge.


The kitchen is well-equipped, as you might expect of an Auto-Trail. A slot-in stove with three burners and grill/oven is partnered with a rather swish stainless-steel microwave. The square sink is of generous dimensions and the tap is made strongly in metal, not the flimsy plastic sometimes found elsewhere. One omission is a drainer, but the front end of the unit houses a substantial flip-up work surface that should take a draining tray no problem.

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Below this, there are two mains sockets and a trio of drawers. Below the cooker lurks a large cupboard, but it’s rather cluttered with plumbing and gas pipes, making it less generous than it might be. Thankfully, the two overhead lockers opposite come to the rescue and this is where I stashed my store cupboard items, plus cups, plates and glasses. Aft of the cooker, the wardrobe – fine in use – sits on top of the fridge. Finally, lies the rub. At just 350mm wide, the aisle through the kitchen is narrow – those nice rear travel seats are one culprit as they steal 100mm of the aisle’s width.


It’s all almost standard stuff in the ablutions department, as an integral shower meets Thetford swivel-bowl loo in a bright, white, wipe-clean room. The toilet is mounted rather high for comfort. It’s fitted with a niff-removing exhaust fan. The room’s forward wall houses the latest in drop-down basins, which is shallow but plenty good enough for washing, shaving and teeth cleaning. Above, a two-door mirrored cabinet sees storage needs sorted in fine style.


Six for drinks and nibbles will be very convivial in the rear lounge, while the six-foot-ish sofas provide plenty of feet-up space for both residents. On the offside there are the requisite sockets for a telly and there’s plenty of wall space to mount it where it should be perfect for viewing. Four opening windows and a big Heki rooflight provide plenty of ventilation and natural light. The table is adequate, so, once installed, there’s plenty of room to move around. The table also has its own stowage locker – conveniently located at the forward end of the offside sofa. It serves to make this side’s single bed shorter than its opposite number, but not too much. The double bed is nice and big. Big enough to sleep lengthways or transversely in comfort. I tried both and can report some good kipping all week.


No less than 22 lights provide shadow-chasing excellence come sundown, five of them in the cab area, three lamps inside the sliding door, three more in the bathroom and a dozen in the lounge. A strip awning lamp, tube lamp in the kitchen and four reading lamps in the rear complete a scheme that I found near perfect. Above the side sliding door, the control panel is a simple affair, with push-buttons and LEDs to control and indicate functions and levels. In the offside sofa base a hatch gives convenient access to the electrical distribution box. There are five mains sockets, but only one 12V outlet. The Truma heating system is dual-fuel and its control panel is iNet ready, which means a box of electronics can be added that facilitates smartphone remote control.


Water and waste is via underslung tanks, which share their home with a gas tank. Bulk LPG is always noticeably cheaper than cylinder refills and your back will be very pleased. Storage is pretty good. The six high-level lockers in the lounge will most likely take all your folding clothes and other small items. There’s enough space for a duvet or two sleeping bags, with pillows, in the space above the cab. The rear travel seat base’s cavity is easy to get at. In the lounge it’s the nearside seat base that provides for your long stuff, plus the likes of hook-up lead and hose.


If you enjoyed this review, you can read the full version and more in the February 2017 issue of What Motorhome magazine.


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