Top 10 of Camping car and Motor caravans


Hymermobil Clase S. Always among the best rated.
The German manufacturer, Hymer, has recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, making it one of oldest and most experienced veterans in the sector. Their caravans and motorhomes always hold a top place in any type of ranking carried out in Europe, and every year they are awarded the most prestigious prizes. Since its launch, the Clase S, made up of 3 models, has been a reference for other manufacturers in the luxury category. Price: from 132,500 €.
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James Cook Westfalia. The legend.
Westfalia is synonymous with quality and prestige. The German company has been adapting vans for more than 50 years, and in that time has created the most famous and coveted motorhomes on the market. The James Cook is the heir to this tradition. Price: 86,990 €.
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PhoeniX Top-Liner. A new dimensión.
In January 2010, the small family business, PhoeniX, presented Top-Liner, its new line of luxury motorhomes comprised of four models based on the chassis of the prestigious trucks, MAN TGL. Price: from 219,000 €.
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4.- Dethleffs Globetrotter XXL Premium Liner. German perfection.
With the Globetrotter XXL Premium Liner, Dethleffs establishes new parameters in the highest motorhome segment, in both design and comfort. Available since the spring of 2009. Price: from 154,990 €.
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5.- Tabbert Paganini 655 DF. A caravan for sybarites.
Tabbert breaks the cliché that travelling by caravan is uncomfortable. The new Paganini presents a daring design, absolutely avant-garde, and offers a level of comfort very rarely found in a vehicle of this category. Price: 40,990 €.
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6.- Carthago Liner. The one with more options.
The Liner family from the German manufacturer, Carthago, with 5 different models and many configuration options, is the motorhome that adapts best to the needs of each client. Its market launch was in 2009. Price: from 138,900 €.
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7.- Concorde Liner 1130 Gmax. A giant on wheels.
It measures nearly 12 metres in length and has a garage in the back with room for a small car, the size of a Fiat 500, Citroën C1 or Smart. It is one of biggest and most luxurious motorhomes on the market. Price: 251,000 €.
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8.- Niesmann+Bischoff Flair 8000i LW. New luxury models.
The German manufacturer, Niesmann+Bischoff, has redesigned its Flair line of luxury motorhomes to gain extra interior space, especially in the bathroom. The new design has received several international awards. Price: 146,990 €.
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9.- Adria Vision. The only alternative to German supremacy.
The Slovokian manufacturer, Adria, received many international awards in 2009 for the quality of its products. Its luxury line, Vision, mounted on the chassis of the Renault Master, has three complete variants. Price: from 70,561 €.
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10.- Hymer Eriba-Touring. Caravan cult.
The Eriba is a real classic. It began to be manufactured more than 50 years ago, and has always offered functional design and plenty of dynamism on the road. It has 20 variants and up to six different body lengths. Price: from 11,735 €.
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