Comfortable in the kitchen
On the left side outside is a big kitchen. There’s an enormous sliding frame near the A-frame with space for two camping deep freezers as well as two one-plate gas stoves. The door of the sliding cupboard and the open sliding frame click together with clips and hooks to keep everything secure . In the test trailer the gas bottle is on the sliding frame shelf, but in the new models two gas bottles are fastened to the back of the trailer. The cutlery drawer pulls out underneath the sliding frame. At the end of the sliding frame is another sliding frame that fits a sink and dish rack. This frame can be lifted up so you can do your dishes at a more comfortable height. In the newer models this dish rack has been replaced with a drawer that pulls out slightly higher. Behind the two stoves is a pot drawer that opens up to the side. The test caravan’s kitchen cupboard above the wheel has a door that opens upwards and acts as a canopy, with another that opens up to the bottom and becomes your work surface. The new caravans have a single door that folds down. The work surface is just as clever as the entrance step. It’s made of stainless steel and only the front has a raised edge, making cleanup easy. Other manufacturers can take note. Storage for your groceries is in the space behind the work surface and consists of different size compartments where you can fit anything from canned food to a few bottles of wine. The door of the smaller cupboard right of the wheel also folds down and serves as more packing space. A 20 ℓ microwave oven fits in the cupboard behind the shelve.