Looks original and is well equipped. Model Integra is a top camper from a German company Eura Mobil and should therefore be the perfect flagship of the producer’s skills. But is it like that in reality?
I’m not quite sure where the problem is - but I get the impression that Eura Mobil has a problem with bathrooms. In many models, using a toilet requires passing through the shower tray. It’s understandable in small campers, although other manufacturers came up with better solutions. Eura Mobil vehicles, even those of medium size, e.g. some versions of Integra line, have a bathroom connected with toilet.
Tight bathroom, but comfortable kitchen
Integra - the biggest camper in the German manufacturer offer has, fortunately, an elegant shower cabin separated from the bathroom. You won’t find any faults there – glass shower doors, top lights resembling a starry sky... It’s comfortable and modern. Unfortunately, the toilet is a different matter - this time it’s difficult to use the sink, because the toilet seat can hinder the access to it... It would seem that vehicles with a length of 8.44 m, 8.52 m and 8.95 m are large enough to provide a sufficient comfort.
The kitchen “center”, on the other hand, looks pretty good – glass, L-shaped kitchen top is relatively large, and aesthetically rounded. Three-burner stove and sink are nicely composed into it. LED lighting was placed in the sunroof and above the cabinets. A countertop in the kitchen and bar are also well lit. Unfortunately, the additional alcove, hidden under the ceiling in front of the vehicle, covers a lot of natural light – that’s why two reading lights were mounted to the bottom of the mattress. There’s also a dimmer switch for regulating the interior lights.
A little different Fiat Ducato
What else is good in Integra apart from the lighting? The control panel and sockets were discreetly hidden in a locked compartment. And two-tone furniture or quilted alcove isn’t everything. Thanks to high placed floor, the vehicle gains a large outside compartment. This car, as the majority of such types of vehicles, is based on Fiat Ducato, with a 130-horsepower diesel engine (there’re also more powerful versions). The driver will definitely appreciate big bus mirrors, Al-Ko chassis, ABS and cruise control, as well as the heating system Alde 3010 and air conditioning in the cab. The body was made of fiberglass.
Massage in the standard
Inside there’s an anti-bacterial lining, doors separating living area from the sleeping zone, the bed with height-adjustable headrest, and even an orthopedic mattress with massage function! Fridge-freezer has a capacity of 190 liters, and the kitchen is also equipped with an oven, drawers with soft-closing function and coffee maker with pull out shelf. Fresh water tank has a capacity of 200 liters while the container for waste water - 150 liters - you have to admit, it's a lot. In most European campers tanks have a capacity of about 100 liters. Integra also has more sockets - two sockets 12V, 3 230V and a charging station with USB port. The cheapest Integra costs 113,690 EUR in Germany. For this price we get an interesting vehicle, in some ways equipped better than its rivals. Only this bathroom...