Shifting into a 650-metre square warehouse in north Auckland feels slightly surreal for a husband-and-wife team that used to hold stock in the garage at home. Alexia Santamaria investigates how our love for accessories is creating booming business.
Paul Owen reviews the Kea Platinum, a New Zealand-made motorhome that’s proved its mettle by its sheer reliability, practicality and driving ease.
Paul Owen travelled to New Plymouth to check out the Swift Explorer 580, a British-made caravan that’s been tailored to meet the needs of our Kiwi landscape.
Paul Owen discovers the Hymer ML-T 580 from Wilderness Motorhomes rivals many RVs in double the price bracket for 4x4 bespoke quality and toughness.
There’s often a question about what makes an ideal external length for a van designed for couples. Snowy River Caravans’ SRC21 model may well provide the answer, says Malcolm Street.
Paul Owen discovers the Chausson 640 is quite the tardis, with a lot more room than might be expected in a van of this size.
French motorhome group, Pilote, celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, so it’s timely to look back on the humble origins of France’s second-largest motorhome manufacturer and see how far it has come, says Paul Owen.