Warwick XL - a motorhome with open living room
Warwick XL is a motorhome proposed by a British brand Auto-Sleepers. In this case, the base constitutes Peugeot Boxer, in version measuring 636 cm. In the UK, the car costs a little more than 49 000 pounds.
Warwick XL is one of the seven variants of motorhomes based on Boxer. Customers have a choice of vehicles of different lengths and different interior layouts.
More space for two
However, only Warwick XL updated for 2014 has several distinguishing features, which are particularly noteworthy. This is the longest model, and it gives you more possibilities for arranging the interior. The manufacturer used the space in an unusual way - instead of adding more beds, as his competitors would probably do, he has focused on providing a bigger comfort for two.
While entering the vehicle, we immediately appreciate that the kitchen area, consisting of a gas cooker with an oven, equipped with 3 burners, was placed right at the entrance. The whole device has a typical "household" size. The proximity of the exit provides more space for person, who’s cooking, and door located near make it easy to ventilate the vehicle after an intense cooking session.
The bathroom is located on the opposite side of the entrance. It’s relatively spacious, at least as for the van. Shower tray is situated in the same room as chemical toilet, but not under the feet of the person, who uses this facility.
To the right of the bathroom you have a cabinet, and in front of the cabinet - a sink and a refrigerator.
Welcome to the living room
In the rear of the vehicle there are two large sofas, among which you can put a small table. At night, both sofas can serve as two single sleeping places, but you can also turn it into a double bed. The living part makes the biggest impression in this motorhome – it’s really spacious.
Among other facilities we can mention a rear, gull-wing door. While on vacation, we can sit on the sofas, using the half-open space and enjoying a freely selected view.
Warm and comfortable
Interestingly, the on-board equipment is powered by LPG. 20-liter gas tank is mounted under the floor. The car has gas heating with air blow, and the whole vehicle meets the applicable standards of Class III insulation. The water tank has an insulation, which allows use of water, when the outside temperature reaches -24 degrees.
The thing that attracts the attention already from the outside, are large surfaces of the tinted windows. They aren’t made of plastic, but of real glass. Windows reflect the heat - both outside and inside. This means that the car doesn’t heat up too quickly, even during hot and sunny days, and doesn’t lose heat when it's chilly outside.
Outside the car there’s an output for antenna and gas outlet, for example, to connect the grill.
It’s also worth mentioning that Warwick XL is equipped with Al-Ko suspension with AirTop system, which facilitates even loading of the rear wheels.
Customers can choose from a variety of options for additional equipment. The list of gadgets includes, among others, a rear view mirror, which turns into a screen showing the image of a reversing camera when you select a reverse gear.
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