The in­te­rior

Go! Camp & Drive - - Caravan Test -

In­side, from the door to the nose, is an open space with more than enough room for two peo­ple. This space comes in handy when you need to store bulky items while you’re tow­ing. We eas­ily fit in three moun­tain bikes and a3 x 3 m dome tent. Be­cause the upright pan­els of the body are quite high (2,2 m), the pop-up roof lifts only 37 cm, leav­ing enough space to stand upright in­side. The body is rel­a­tively high, so it does catch a sig­nif­i­cant amount of wind if the tow­ing ve­hi­cle is low. At the bot­tom of the left-hand side panel are can­vas bags to put your things, and above that is space for your clothes – this is be­hind two can­vas flaps that zip up. At the bot­tom end, next to the nose, are more cup­boards with can­vas flaps. The right one is big enough for a cas­sette toi­let. The top of the cup­board is also the bed­side ta­ble. The bat­tery with its charger is in the top cup­board, and on top is more stor­age space for a blan­ket or two if you need it at night. There is also a dou­ble 220 V socket next to the cup­board if you want to use a cell­phone charger or hair dryer in the trailer. You lie down the length of the trailer on the dou­ble bed (195 x 135 cm), which means one per­son sleeps next to the floor area and the other on the far­thest side of the bed. That can be a nui­sance if that per­son needs to get up first. The bed (with the mat­tress) is a com­fort­able height above the ground (48 cm) if you want to sit on it and do some­thing like, for ex­am­ple, tie your shoelaces. Be­neath the edge of the mat­tress, right against the floor space, is an­other small cup­board that you can use to pack things.

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