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I ve seen many Notins before but not a Liner

https://www.notin.fr/en/camping-car/notinliner-2018/#gallery

There is one here at Taghazoute. They ve always been a little unconventional but this one is a new level, note the semi-bonneted fron and the roller shutter Smart garage.

There is a real smorgasbord of posh french registered liners here will try and post some pics later

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I always liked the way the older Notins had those exterior roller blinds on the windows. A nice van, but I dread to think how much it would cost with all options.
 
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I always liked the way the older Notins had those exterior roller blinds on the windows. A nice van, but I dread to think how much it would cost with all options.

Still got the blinds but smooth and matching the paintwork, makes it look even more like a truck IMHO
 
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Yes we see one of the liners a couple years ago and they are big beasts.
 

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Went in one st Dusseldorf a few years ago, strange and pretty ugly IMV.

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In 2015 it was 250,000...... yes...... 250,000 Euros.

I was going to do a :Eeek: but personally I think its more of a :rofl:
 
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In 2015 it was 250,000...... yes...... 250,000 Euros.

I was going to do a :Eeek: but personally I think its more of a :rofl:


Wow, 250,000 in 2015, I didn't know what rating to give you there so decided on an informative as there isn't a ''chuffing hell'' icon.

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The door is a case in point, particularly the rear shutter. I wonder how many Moroccans marvel at the travelling shop!


Yes but the main principle of a large door that size on the rear wall is to have it totally waterproof, which plenty are not. I wonder if that was the only way they could get it water tight?
 
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On a daily chassis with a smart in the back that has got to be so close to the line that you would have to think twice about everything you loaded on?
 

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On a daily chassis with a smart in the back that has got to be so close to the line that you would have to think twice about everything you loaded on?
Correct(y) as with Concorde Morelo and Phoenix on Daily, Concorde say they have come up with some lightweight solutions on their Charisma garage model.

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Yes but the main principle of a large door that size on the rear wall is to have it totally waterproof, which plenty are not. I wonder if that was the only way they could get it water tight?
I imagine the garage area would have decent drainage anyway so you can load a wet car in(y)

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The weight / payload is stressed on the linked info, its great having an onboard car but with the roller shutter probably about a ton of the payload gone, My RS is on a 7.2 ton Iveco and when it was mot'ed last week with no water in the tanks it only had just over a ton of payload available, with 3 of us in and everything that go's with it including the dogs not far off the limit with mine with no car.
 

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Correct(y) as with Concorde Morelo and Phoenix on Daily, Concorde say they have come up with some lightweight solutions on their Charisma garage model.

Martin
Its a bit like the debate elsewhere about slides, I seriously doubt any logic of trying to squeeze a slide or a car garage on a 7.49 ton chassis. You have all this palaver of a 100 litre drain on the water tank so you can drop all your water before you leave, its just pointless. I was talking to a certain MD of a large German MH manufacturer at CMT and he said that although he sold lots of them he could not see the logic of a van with either of these 2 parameters. In excess of 10 metres and a car garage! I think he is being too generous at 10 metres! And I know you do Martin;)
 
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Yes no payload at all, but the accommodation of choice this year seems to have Smart garage, although they have a multitude of buggies and quads etc in them, with quite often a car on a trailer behind!! here are a few more
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The RMB LE Voyageur seems to be popular 3 of them on here.

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Its a bit like the debate elsewhere about slides, I seriously doubt any logic of trying to squeeze a slide or a car garage on a 7.49 ton chassis.

Haven't found one or two slides a problem on mine on the Daily in terms of payload. There were a couple of very steep inclines when we were in America (Kings Canyon was one as I recall) where going back up I don't think I could get the vehicle above 30mph and ate through a lot of diesel making it to the top :)
 
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Just to placate the pilote owners, there is a g783 on twin rear wheels, is iveco chassis an option?

If it's an Explorateur I think it will be a Mercedes.Pilote put Ivecos in the big Le Voyageurs now they have stopped using Mercedes.
 

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