Autosleeper or hymer

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  1. Welsh girl

    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    We cannot choose anything except rear lounge, that's our favourite layout I would love a hymer but cannot find a rear lounge, I have seen front lounges on these but then they have rear fixed bed which makes the van too long
    and too heavy.
    I have seen a Autosleeper with a rear lounge, what would you choose?
    We intend to winter down south.
     
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    I dont have a choice I have an Autosleeper Excelsior (96) it is good but old.
    all joking aside both they and Hymer have good reputations.
    Why not visit Malvern Show and compare a Few ?
     
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    Autosleeper

    I like both and own an 09 Autosleeper Sigma which has a rear lounge . The Broadway is its replacement. We went to the NEC and Newbury and even tho there were some lovely M/H we will stick with ours.
    Where do you plan to stay in Spain?
     
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    Some versions of the B644 from around 2000 had a rear lounge. (The more common version was a B644G which had a rear garage with a transverse bed over it.) If you can find a 644 on an Alko double floored chassis (they were introduced around 2000) it will have storage space in the void, accessed via side lockers.
     
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