If you’re wondering why Britain has become so popular in the past few years for luxury camping vans, then the answer is simple: there’s not much to be said for the UK’s reputation for luxury.
There’s no shortage of camper van owners, and if you’re looking to live in the countryside and still find yourself a few miles from the nearest town, then you’ll find plenty to be happy about.
But as we’ve already established, luxury campers are definitely not for everyone.
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The latest entry in the brand is a brand new Range Rover VXR500 that retails for £21,300.
The car has been based in the US for the past four years and it was bought in April 2018 for £4.6 million.
The VX R500 is powered by a 5.7-litre V8, a 2.3-litres V8 petrol engine, and a 6-speed manual transmission.
It comes with a 16.8-inch wheelset and a front and rear bucket seats.
It also comes with an 18-inch infotainment screen, a Bluetooth audio system, and has an electric power liftgate.
The Range Rover, which was first introduced in the mid-1990s, is a well-regarded, luxury-style car, but it is also one of the least efficient vans in the country.
In terms of fuel consumption, it is the worst performer in the top-tier luxury car category.
In our testing, the Range Rover had a fuel consumption of just over 11 litres per 100km, the third lowest of any UK luxury van.
In terms of CO2 emissions, the car’s fuel consumption was slightly higher than the Nissan Leaf, but the Leaf is also more efficient.
The VX-500 comes with two electric power lifts and a 20-inch touchscreen infotouch system.
The infototouch screen on the Range Rovers front seats is very responsive, allowing you to quickly access key information, and also allows you to adjust the climate settings.
For a luxury-styled car, the VX is a lot of fun to drive, and it offers a good amount of luggage space, but its limited seating area is a major drawback.
A Range Rover is also a bit of a luxury, but if you want to save a bit on fuel, the cheapest choice is the VW Golf, which retails in the region of £18,300 for the rear seats.
This is one of our favourite vans for camping, with the driver having to share the front seat with the front passenger, although it has a rear seat for two people.
Despite the Range rovers’ low fuel consumption and high CO2 output, it has more passengers than the VW, and is more comfortable to drive.
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