Brit Builder Returns to Motorhome Marketplace
English builder Lunar Caravans has returned to the motorhome market after a four-year absence with the launch of its new Vacanza “camper car,” according to a report by Motorhome News.
Based on a Nissan NV200, the Vacanza promises all-round versatility, with four berths, a kitchen and toilet packed into a 13-foot long van offering 50 mpg. Prices start around $46,000.
“It’s practical for everyday use, where other products are a good campervan or a good car, but not both”, says Tony Swarbrick, Vacanza’s Project Manager.
Initially available through Lunar Caravans’ existing dealer network, plans are for the Vacanza to be available from additional retailers in the future.
The Lunar Vacanza will debut at the Spring Caravan & Campervan Show, Feb. 19-24 February at the NEC in Birmingham, England.