At a shade under six metres long, the Tribute 669 is compact enough for everyday use but sufficiently spacious for four people to travel and sleep in comfort. As one of Tribute's van conversion motorhomes, the Tribute 669 will fit on most standard driveways – saving on expensive storage fees – and is compact enough to use as a practical everyday vehicle for active families.
The award-winning Tribute 670 is another of Tribute's compact but versatile converted van motorhomes, with the everyday practicality to function as a sole vehicle for active couples.
At just 5.99m long, the 670 slots easily into compact pitches and parking spaces, yet still packs in all the facilities of a larger vehicle – including a full shower, WC and practical kitchen. Daily driver or weekend getaway vehicle: the Tribute 670 fulfils both roles with style and flair.
A new addition for 2017, and to the van conversion motorhomes collection, the Tribute 680 is a stretched
version of the 670 which offers comfortable accommodation for two with the
option of two singles or a double bed. Twinned with a lively but refined 115bhp 6-speed powertrain and car-like driving qualities, the 680 is an ideal base for short weekends or longer trips abroad.
One of the most compact of the Tribute coachbuilt range, the 615 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.
Built on the same compact 6.3 metre platform as the 615, in Hi-Line configuration, the Tribute 620 is a genuine multi-berth motorhome with four berths and four belted travelling seats.
Built on Fiat’s wide track chassis for extra stability, the 620 comes with the refined 130bhp MultiJet II engine. Like the rest of the Tribute coachbuilt range, standard equipment includes 6-speed gearbox, ABS brakes, remote control central locking, a panoramic rooflight, colour reversing camera, fitted microwave and removable carpets.
The Tribute 625 is a firm favourite in the UK – a large end lounge layout complete with panoramic windows on three sides – within a compact 6.3 metre platform.
The aerodynamic bodyshell 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 Comfort-Matic transmission option available on 130bhp, 147bhp and 177bhp engines.
The Tribute 715 is an incredibly flexible multi-berth motorhome offering accommodation for up to six people.
Despite its longer chassis, the 715’s aerodynamic bodyshell combines well with Fiat’s refined 130bhp MultiJet II engine and with its spacious accommodation, the 715 makes a perfect touring base for active families.
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.
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.
Cube construction with steel bracing provides a stronger and stiffer connection between chassis and habitation compartment for a quieter interior on the road, while Grade 3 insulation throughout maintains a cosy and comfortable environment inside, when it’s cold outside.
The 726’s aerodynamic bodyshell is well matched with Fiat’s refined 130bhp multijet II engine, for an agile drive and smooth ride.
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.
The excellent value Driver’s Pack adds metallic paint, ESC traction control and hill descent assistance, cruise control, cab air conditioning and a passenger airbag
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, the 540 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.
The extra length of the 605 SE creates an ingenious lounge/diner behind the cab with enough room to read a book in the evening, or enjoy a leisurely breakfast without disturbing the sleeping area.
The ‘couples-only’ focus that underpins the V-Line range means there’s more room for living and relaxing on board. Twinned with a lively but refined 115bhp 6-speed powertrain and car-like driving qualities, the 605 makes the ideal base for short weekends or longer tours abroad.
The V-Line 610 SE is a ‘stretched’ edition of the compact 540, with the extra space dedicated to an extended lounge diner and double bed.
With a brace of long lounge seats, the extended rear living area will seat six in comfort, and when it’s time to turn in for the night, this roomy sleeping compartment offers a choice of generous 6ft 3in twin beds or a generous double.
The V-Line 635 takes the most attractive features of its smaller stablemates and brings them together in a slightly longer compact vehicle. So the super-sized bed from the 610 SE sits behind the spacious lounge from the 605 SE – creating ample space for entertaining in two distinct habitation areas.
The 635 allows you to entertain friends for dinner before sinking back into a large double or two 6ft-plus single beds without re-arranging the front lounge.
A new addition for 2017, the 636 SE combines a large rear lounge and a dinette with two additional forward-facing belted seats for additional passenger-carrying capacity.
Standard equipment on a V-Line SE is generous, with ESC and traction control, a roof-mounted awning, 100W solar panel, microwave and spare wheel all included.
With its distinctive bespoke aerodynamic roof, flush-fitting full-length windows and contemporary automotive design touches, the V-Line Sport stands out from the crowd on the road and on the campsite.
Beautifully proportioned and elegantly executed on the long wheel base Fiat Ducato chassis, this trio of striking leisure vehicles offers three very different layouts.
The V-Line 610 Sport takes the traditional end lounge layout, which has remained such a firm favourite in the UK and successfully combines it with a well-equipped kitchen and fully functional wet room on a compact 6-metre platform.
This makes the 610 the perfect motorhome for couples who love the social side of motorhome touring.
The 620 Sport is the most versatile vehicle in the V-Line family – providing a comfortable fixed rear bed within a flexible layout and also offering a multi-berth option.
With its distinctive bespoke aerodynamic roof incorporating the panoramic Skyline rooflight, flush-fitting tinted full-length windows and contemporary automotive design touches, the V-Line 620 Sport is guaranteed to make you feel at home even when you’re on the road.
This supremely comfortable and cosy living space is built on the compact 3.5 metre chassis and is perfect for couples who want a refined, manoeuvrable, ‘go-anywhere’ motorhome for weekends and longer trips.
The opportunities to up-spec the 615 are ample: from a comprehensive suite of audio-visual equipment in the Media Pack to several engine upgrades and Comfort-Matic sequential transmission.
The Imala 620 shares the compact 3.5 metre chassis with the 615, but introduces a choice of layouts and berths to suit both couples and families.
In Lo-Line format, the 620 offers two berths and four travel seats to carry additional passengers in safety, while in Hi-Line guise, the overcab double bed transforms the 620 into a viable five-berth family vehicle.
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.
Built on the 4 metre Fiat Ducato chassis, the Imala 715 employs the extra length to incorporate 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.
In Lo-Line format, it’s a generous couples’ van with the potential for extra guests to sleep over, and in Hi-Line configuration with the half dinette option, it’s a genuine four-berth with a comfy lounge/diner that will seat up to five.
Another firm favourite with families due to its flexible seating and accommodation, the Imala 720 combines a sizeable lounge-diner with seating for up to five people with the swivel cab seats rotated and there’s a second substantial lounge at the rear of the vehicle.
In Hi-Line configuration, the 720 will sleep up to six, with belted travel seats for four, making it a superb all-rounder for family adventures.
The Imala 730 takes a luxury layout usually associated with bigger, more expensive motorhomes and combines it with practical multi-berth options to create an affordable motorhome that really does offer the best of both worlds.
Ideal for grandparents who want to take the grandchildren with them on holiday and perfect for shared multi-generational ownership.
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 it’s a dedicated couples’ vehicle with acres of living space and two generous fixed singles beds in the rear bedroom.
But in Hi-Line guise, with an extra overcab double bed and a half dinette option behind the cab seats, it’s a genuine four-berth with plenty of living space for the whole family.
An authentic all-rounder with the versatility to meet the needs of the current generation of motorhomers - and the next.
The super-compact Tracker RS gets a little longer for 2017, boosting night-time flexibility with the option of converting the opposing bench settees in the front lounge into twin singles or a really generous transverse double.
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.
Specify the Hi-Line option with the overcab double, and after a late night, you can sink into a comfy bed without re-configuring the lounge or clearing the kitchen.
Built on the 4-metre Fiat Ducato chassis, the Tracker FB uses its longer bodyshell to excellent effect by combining a fixed rear ‘French bed’ with a airy front lounge for separate living and sleeping spaces.
In Lo-Line format, it’s a roomy couples’ vehicle with the potential for extra guests to sleep over in the front lounge; while in Hi-Line configuration with the half dinette option, it’s a genuine four-berth, with a comfy lounge/diner that will seat up to five.
The corner washroom and shower alongside the fixed bed gives the FB an ‘ensuite’ feel while the L-shaped kitchen is located centrally, opposite the wardrobe, reinforcing the distinction between bedroom and lounge areas.
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.
The centrally located washroom and kitchen separate this dedicated sleeping area from the front lounge, which will comfortably seat five yet can be converted into a second double bed for occasional guests.
Specify the Hi-Line version with the half dinette option and a luxurious couples’ van is transformed into a family-friendly multi-berth with the provision of additional belted travel seats and an overcab double bed.
The Apache 632 marries a wider 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.The ample front lounge will seat five and converts to a generous double bed to put up guests. The Hi-Line variant provides two further beds in the overcab and the half dinette option offers two more belted travelling seats. Ideal for couples planning a long distance European tour, the full-width storage under the transverse fixed bed is accessible from both sides and its space can be increased still further by specifying the high bed option.
The Apache 634’s classic British rear lounge layout has been updated for 2017 making a Lo-Line variant available for couples who have no need for additional berths.
Moving the washroom and wardrobe slightly further back down the offside also means the cab seats can now be fully rotated – handy for a lunch break on a long journey.
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 tourer with the potential to sleep and seat six in Hi-Line configuration.
The new Frontier Serrano includes a wide 4ft 6in fixed rear bed with a sizeable front lounge on a 4.5 metre Al-Ko chassis. An uprated gross vehicle weight to 4500kgs creates a versatile long distance cruiser with huge carrying capacity.
Built on a 4.5-metre Al-Ko wide-track chassis, the Frontier Dakota makes the most of its extended bodyshell by combining a fixed rear ‘French bed’ with a full-width end washroom behind the sleeping area to maximise privacy and pamper room.
For 2017, the coachbuilt Frontier Delaware takes an uncompromised luxury layout for couples and makes it even better. The separate washroom and walk-in shower compartment ahead of a more generous island double bed are now even more spacious.
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 a ‘king-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.
The strong point of this popular model of the Frontier range is a supremely versatile layout that fulfils multiple roles with the minimum of fuss. Popular with the more sociable motorhomer, the Scout appeals to those who frequently invite family and friends on their travels.
In Lo-Line configuration, with just two on board, it’s a luxurious cruiser for two with a potentially semi-permanent rear double or two generous single beds and separate living area.
But with the extended family in mind, the Scout will easily accommodate four and – in Hi-Line guise – up to six while offering a large rear lounge where everyone can gather to enjoy a sociable night in; making the Scout the ultimate in family motorhomes.
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 spec terms the Comanche covers all bases.
Built on the market-leading Fiat Ducato platform, with an uprated 5000kg Al-Ko heavy duty chassis, the Comanche comes with the extra power and refinement of Fiat’s 2.3 litre 177bhp MultiJet II engine as standard.
Equally at home trackside at Le Mans or cruising along the boulevards of Le Touquet, the Comanche large motorhome is a truly uncompromising luxury leisure vehicle for extended tours at home or overseas.
A newcomer to the 2017 Frontier range, the Comanche ‘S’ shares the same DNA with 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.
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