Discoverer T5 Pop-Top Motorhome Review The T5 Pop-Top rates quite well when it comes to value and is definitely not the most expensive on the market. If you want to cover lots of kilometres economically, the T5 might be the rig for you.
Geist Phantom Motorhome Review Geist's Phantom Motorhome seems well built, is thoughtfully designed and very nicely finished. It also brings style and panache to a market sorely needing it, while for the money it's a good buy and definitely worth considering.
Geist Phantom RG Motorhome Review The Geist Phantom RG is built on an excellent chassis, with great performance and has innovative design. However, we would like to see the fitting strength of some items increased.
Paradise Free Time Motorhome Review On road the Free Time is easy to handle and maneouvre. It will come as no surprise to those who own one but after literally turning just one corner in the Free Time you feel so at home in the cockpit that you feel like you've been driving it for a year.
Paradise Independence The Independence is a very big thing, in a not so big package - that it can be driven on a standard car licence is brilliant. It's well-crafted and engineered with pretty much everything you could want from a motorhome.
SLR Adventurer 4x4 There isn't enough room to include all the extras fitted to this SLR Adventurer. It's got everything you'd need for a fabulous bush trip and is one of the best independent camping units I've seen.
Suncamper Sofala Well-crafted and easy to drive, the Sofala's only niggle is the lack of a cutlery drawer that would make it a perfect home-away-from-home. Apart from that, it's thumbs-up all the way.
Suncamper Sovereign Prestige The Sovereign Prestige's avant-garde interior is both a surprise and delight. Featuring an extensive equipment list - and premium price tag - this is an appealing mid-size motorhome with plenty going for it.
Sunliner LRV Sunliner has done a great job with the LRV and a clever layout is the key to how well this vehicle works as a touring motorhome.
Trakka Jabiru Remote 4x4 Motorhome Review If youíre intimidated by the idea of driving a three-metre tall, seven-metre long delivery van on steroids, donít be. The Jabiru 4x4 is designed from the outset to be a motorhome, and it benefits immensely as a result.
Trakka Jabiru Xtra If you want a motorhome-style vehicle with the security and narrower width of a galvanised sheet steel exterior the Trakka Jabiru Xtra could be the ticket. The value for money equation looks good, as do the running costs.
Trakka Torino Xtra Asking $90,000-$103,000 for the Torino and Torino Xtra models, Trakka isn't aiming at bargain-basement business, but buyers who want quality design and workmanship won't be disappointed.
Trakka Trakkadu 4Motion The real beauty of the Trakkadu 4Motion is its enormous versatility. It can be your only car, a second car, a cosy weekender for two or, with the optional roof bed (or a tent) a small family escape machine.
Trakka Trakkaway Setting it up for an overnight stay was absolute simplicity: the cabin seats swivel easily and don't foul the cabin bits; the awning rolls out easily and features durable metal end pins, not plastic; and the BBQ table clips on quickly.
Winnebago Birdsville There's really not much not to like about the Winnebago Birdsville. if you want a great, easy to handle unit for three- or four-month long trips away that won't break the bank, then the Birdsville should definitely be on your list.
Winnebago Leisure Seeker The interior layout is a very practical design that is both spacious and well equipped for comfortable touring.