Motorhomes Caravans & Destinations


Randall Johnston checks out the five-berth Dreamline Lux FD family bunk caravan, which has a lot to offer in regard to luxury, specificat­ions and features.


The Dreamline Lux range consists of ten different model options, three of which are single axle. They all range from 16ft to 22.6ft long, sleep anywhere between two to five people and include a range of different layout options. The Dreamline Lux

22’ Family Bunk model impresses as a modern, spacious unit that would accommodat­e a family with ease.

The Dreamline Lux has an inviting interior, modern styling, and some high-level specificat­ions. Its practical layout makes it ideal for families, and for those looking for something spacious and elegant. The layout is simple and intuitive, with the main bedroom at the front, kitchen and dining area in the middle and bunk beds for two opposite the bathroom at the rear.

The dining area is spacious for a family unit, and the seating area converts into the fifth bed by pushing the table down.

The kitchen includes a four-hob stovetop, grill, and full-sized oven with a concealed rangehood. The full-height, 170-litre, three-way Thetford refrigerat­or, and full house-style microwave and bench space all add to the convenienc­e.

In the main bedroom, the queensize fixed bed is very comfortabl­e. The bedroom itself is generously sized with large windows on either side and a sunroof. In the rear, top and bottom bunks have comfortabl­e mattresses, separate reading lights for each, double 240v outlet power points and the allimporta­nt USB hub for those beloved phones and tablets.

The full-size shower with two-stage lights and the Thetford fully ceramic toilet are well-positioned, with plenty of room between the shower, toilet and vanity – a design considerat­ion that people of regular, modern-day proportion­s will appreciate.

The caravan has been fitted with the Wi-fi Elec-brake system, which is mounted on the drawbar; there is also a remote to adjust your brakes up and down on your tow vehicle dashboard. It also has breakaway chains and a Trail-safe breakaway unit to stop the caravan if it comes away from the tow vehicle. It also has stability control as standard, built on a tough AL-KO Rocker 3.2-tonne/dexter 2.5-tonne suspension, and Supagal chassis. Caravan park power hook up, fresh water mains pressure hook up, water hose, awning tool, jack, wheel brace and speed brace for stability needs are all included in the package.

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