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I have no experience of euramobil motorhomes but I do like the look of them alot. They (the older ones especially ) seem really well built and I have seen a few full timers using them so they cant be that bad.
Iam on my second Euramobil and i love them,I have had yanks, and british motorhomes and these are the best for the money you wont be disppointed,only problem i have had no one carrys spares,but they dont break/fall apart
Do not own one but they do seem very well built, typically German.
Might be worth looking at OakTree Motorhomes at Sutton-in-Ashfield.
We visited at the weekend and they had a lot of new 2009 models and seemed to be doing a lot of business.
We hired the first time and went to the lakes for a week a couple of years ago to see what we thought.
That was a Eura Integra 660 HB-L (4 berth, fixed transverse bed above garage, forward lounge with rotating driver and passenger seats, drop down bed above cab)
We liked the layout and we were planning to buy the actual one we hired (became good friends with the owner) but found ours while checking on prices at Elite at Banbury and just went and bought it - like you do.
Ours is also an Integra but the 810 HB-L model so it's practically identical to the one we hired but about a metre longer.
It has a twin rear axle (which I think looks quite "butch") and a massive payload.
The few spares I have needed were supplied by Elite who are nice people to deal with and they have done the Hab and Vehicle service and MOT for a very reasonable price. They also fitted our Gaslow 2x11Kg auto system for £300.
It's RHD and we have about 37,000 miles on it now - with the 2.8 JTD (chipped) it drives really well.
Fuel consumption is about 20mpg if travelling at betwen 55 and 60 and I usually tow the Harley in a box trailer behind.
Dont forget that Trigano took them over a bit back, so their new models may not be of similar build to the older ones. They may be better or worse I do not know. I do know that Trigano do make good reliable motorhomes though.
We have a LHD 2000 810 which we bought privately in the UK just over a year ago. We are very pleased with it. It is well thought out and built and the storage is excellent - we can squeeze six bikes in the garage and the double floor holds outdoor kit and food for six with ease.
I have not had problems getting minor spares like a sink. The people at factory have been helpful (we also installed a factory spec seatbelt frame so we now have six proper seatbelts). Also worth knowing is that there is a preinstalled frame for fitting a large Heki roof light over the table.
I have found the best way to source spares is to speak to the people at the factory and get the part number for what you need and then ask a UK dealer to order it. They won't supply direct to a UK owner. The sink took a couple of weeks to come though I know others on the forum have waited longer for stuff.
I get about 22-24 mpg but rarely go much over 100kph.
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