Lunar Premier 622 / Mobilvetta Kimu 122

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  1. flatpackchicken

    flatpackchicken Funster Life Member

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    Hi All, Anyone can give me any info on either a Mobilvetta Kimu 122 2006 or a Lunar Premier 622 2006?????? are they still being made or has the companys gone bust?????? any info on either is appreciated, Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    All Lunars are / were made by Homecar in Belguim. I think they are still made. The H522/592/622 are no longer made I think. I have a 592 for sale on ebay Item number: 300790575704
     
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    Just bumping to see any more comments for this thread Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    we were stuck with a choice between a mobilvetta top driver and our current motorhome

    If mobilvetta still had dealerships etc in the UK we probably would have bought that.

    We ended up buying a lunar roadstar. Although it was good value for money our advice would be check the quality of the interior and fully try out the motorhome.

    I know this sounds totally absurd but we always take a large chicken with us, as some ovens are deceivingly small. We also found that although beds look large, unless you try them out and lay on them, they come in all different sizes.

    If there is under floor storage have a look at how this is done, if there are loads of floor support struts can you put underneath what you really want to store

    Remember what looks big can often be too small for comfort

    Hoping whatever you buy suits your needs completely.
     
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    Thanks mate, all info duly noted and appreciated, Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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