Motorhomes

With its unremarkable exterior and subdued décor, the RM20-5 won’t win any beautyncontests – but Bill Savidan finds its no-nonsense functionality pretty impressive
Big on storage and more spacious than its length suggests, the Bürstner Lyseo 590 ticked all the boxes for a two week trip to the South Island, says Bill Savidan
It may be called Swift, but the UK brand’s design whizzes have clearly mulled long and hard over the interior layout. As Bill Savidan discovers, it’s a stunner.
Shiny new motorhomes don’t fit everyone’s budget. Malcolm Street paid a visit to Auckland’s RV Super Centre to check out a used model KEA Breeze, and has a few purchasing tips
The Sunliner Switch S441 is positioned in the New Zealand marketplace as a mid-priced quality motorhome that teams Iveco rear wheel drive with solid construction and a modern well thought out interior
Bürstner enjoys a reputation for quality and innovation. One of its latest products is the T700, a compact, user-friendly motorhome with an efficient kitchen and flexible dining space.