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  • Dometic Auto AIR Eco Drive away Awning 2022

    £981

    Dometic ECO Auto AIR Awning 
    The Dometic Auto AIR is designed for use with passenger cars, SUVs and MPVs. It fits conveniently to the rear or side of your vehicle. This versatile, drive-away awning features lightweight 150D ripstop polyester, woven with recycled plastic bottle yarn, and a sturdy Single-Point inflatable AIR Frame. 

    • Width: 2600 mm 
    • Depth: 2350 mm 
    • Height: 2300 mm 
    • Weight: 22.06 kg 
    • Min weight: 18.16 kg 
    • Campingworld.co.uk offers a 365 days return policy

    Mesh panels – Zipped mesh panels site behind the doors and windows, adding comfort in hot weather.  
    Integrated Canopy – A large sun canopy adds shaded space for dining and relaxing. Canopy poles included  
    Zip-in bathtub groundsheet – The zip-in waterproof groundsheet can be pegged down for step free access or toggled up to prevent insects accessing the awning  
    Fitting Height – 150 – 200 cm

  • Dometic HUB Air Modular Shelter

    £574

    This car/suv tent offers very cool design and I love the versatility – fits SUVs, MPVs and campervans. You can pitch it freestanding on the beach, on-site with your camper or as valuable shelter when off-roading with your 4×4.
    Best feature is the ability to REMOVE (unzip) ALL 4 WALLS – making it an awning + tent in one!

    You can then further modify it with accessories: add an annexe, mesh panels, wall panels and connection tunnels to suit SUVs and campervans. Single point inflation Air Frame technology and QuickPitch straps ensure you are pitched and ready to enjoy the outdoors in no time.

    • Width:230cm
    • Depth:230cm
    • Weight: 13.8kg
    • Attachement Heigtht: 180-210cm (fits tailgate as well as side door, MPV, SUV, Multivan)
    • Doesn’t need a rail to be attached
    • Windows have mosquito nets
    • Airframe™ – Single Point Inflation AIR Frame awnings inflate entirely from just one external inflation point, creating an exceptionally strong structure
    • All walls are removable
    • Campingworld.co.uk offers a 365 days return policy
  • FLIP adventure bed

    £1,151

    Handy if you want to save money – doesn’t come with any pull-out storage boxes or kitchen, it’s a bed platform with a mattress. It will still give you a good storage area underneath – handy for any kind of storage boxes you can buy cheaply elsewhere. If you take the mattress out, you can easily store your shopping or anything else on top or underneath.

  • FLIP Camping box

    £2,644
    • two separate furniture boxes with a sliding shutter, designed to be easily carried and stored
    • extractable bed​ mechanism made of anodized lightweight but strong aluminium profiles and crosses for extra strength
    • fresh & wastewater containers with an economical 12V submersible pump, water tap and a stainless steel sink with a flexible drain hose
    • large drawers with removable sections for kitchen utensils and food
    • cutlery tray – we will include colourful straws if you ask nicely :)​
    • portable gas stove​ – single or optional double stove with a safety valve in case of strong wind (standard A4 gas cartridges)
    • comfortable cushions made of premium breathable foam with durable covers and embedded wooden panels for perfect stability
    • portable cooler​ – optional quality Dometic TCX or compressor CDF cooling box keeps your food and drinks ice cold (operates on 12V and 220V) on optional tray
  • Kampa Tailgater Drive Away Awning

    £300

    This car/suv tent (awning) combines good quality and a low price. Being specifically made for SUVs and MPVs (or pretty much any car), you can rest assured that it will fit your camper. Easily drive off when needed, then connect it back to your car. On top of all this, it’s much lighter than many other car tents.

    A universal fit awning for vehicles with a rear tailgate such as SUVs, MPVs, crossovers, large estate cars and pick-up trucks fitted with a hardtop. Weathershield™ 68D material ensures lasting durability and easy handling. Simply clip-in the optional two-berth inner tent to accommodate guests. Easy to attach and disconnect, conveniently zip close the Tailgater while you go out and explore.

    • Width: 240cm
    • Depth: 240cm
    • Connection Width: 160-220cm
    • Connection Height: 160-210cm
    • Height at Front: 225cm
    • Weight: 11.15kg
    • Pack Size: 69 x 25 x 25cm
    • campingworld.co.uk offers a 365 days return policy

    Weathershield™ 68D – Super lighweight Weathershield™ 68D offers the fastest set-up, take-down, and the smallest awning pack sizes. Highly weather-resistant, this easy to handle polyester offers exceptional value and advanced protection against UV degradation.
    Cable Entry Points – For added convenience, all awnings have zipped cable entry points for 12v and mains cable access.
    Fibreglass Frame – Durable fibreglass poles are simple to set up and greatly reduce the net weight of the tent.
    Wet Weather Entrance – Provides sheltered access to the tent and prevents rain running in when you unzip the door.

  • Peugeot Partner Camper (Long – L2)

    Long + tall, cheap and good for DIY custom camper builds. It’s the same size and engine as Berlingo – both are quite popular as DIY camper cars, mainly because of their low entry price. I would recommend the L2 – Long version. The other versions are the same, just shorter – which will limit your sleeping area at the back. The newer versions come with the same nifty tailgate window and roof window as the Berlingo.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.7/5

  • VW Sharan camper

    The VW Sharan strikes a good balance between size and comfort. Actually, it’s one of the biggest MPV’s out there. If boot size is your primary criteria – you can’t go wrong with a Sharan. The car drives nicely too and offers good comfort in the front for the driver and passenger. It’s not the best car to take off the road completely – but you can take it down a good enough mud road without any big problems. A very good car camping / microcamping conversion candidate, unless you are planning to drive through forests and very much offroad.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.9/5

  • Rifter camper (Long)

    The Peugeot Rifter, from the Berlingo family (and Opel Combo or Toyota ProAce City are basically the same cars), is longer, more comfortable and scores higher in safety tests than Berlingo – which just about makes it one of the top contenders for a great camper! 

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.7/5

  • Chrysler Grand Voyager Camper

    The Grand Voyager is big and comfy. At places too comfy – a fold-up TV isn’t really necessary for camping, so although it’s a big car, you’ll be paying for unnecessary luxuries. These also add unnecessary weight, increasing its consumption. It’s, therefore, more expensive to run and harder to drive. These luxuries are also not spent wisely – again, the drive is according to most reviews online, just OK. The fold-up TV doesn’t make a long trip much better – better sound insulation could do.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.4/5

  • Hyundai Staria camper

    Hyundai Staria is the Multivan of MPVs – swivel seats with configurable position, it comes in either a 6 or 9 seat version. A big car for sure – the seats can be folded down giving you almost 2.5m legroom. The irony is though that you are paying a premium for those luxury seats, only to then hide them under a mattress. Albeit you could sleep on those reclining middle seats for a few nights too. Or go for the van (cargo) model – it’s a bit longer and taller + you can make it your own + it’s cheaper. It’s labelled as an MPV, but really, it’s just like a Multivan, not like a Caddy. We may see these categories blend somehow in the future…

    NimbleCamper rating: 4.0/5

  • Kia Carnival Camper (Sedona)

    A big and comfy car that eats a lot. Kia Carnival is for you if you are looking for lots of space and a comfortable ride and don’t mind paying for twice the typical MPV consumption. New models tend to cost a lot more than your typical MPV, but it should be possible to find a used one for a good price.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.4/5

  • Renault Kangoo Camper

    Big, good storage, but quite bad breakdown score, especially since 2016. Mercedes re-packaged it to create the Citan.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.3/5

  • Dacia Jogger camper

    This successor of Dacia Lodgy seems to be boasting everything you need from a good car for camping – SUV features to take it off-road, MPV size with 7-seats + a long and spacious boot at a very affordable price. Could this be the next best everyday camping car?

    Apparently, it will be the cheapest 7-seater MPV on the market at around €15,000 (just under £13,000) new. And if that’s not enough, it’s getting great reviews overall. The biggest downside seems to be the cheap plastic feel on the inside.

    Users submitted boot length on camping forums is 200cm with the front seat pushed forward, so the standard boot length is around 180cm. Makes sense as the overall car length is about 30cm shorter compared to a Sharan (with a 208cm boot length). One disadvantage seems to be that the last row of seats sticks out quite high even if the seats are folded – but you can easily take them out, see here

  • Ford Galaxy Camper

    A well-sized car (although at the lower end of other MPVs) with a very high safety rating and comfort level. If you prefer size over comfort, have a look at Caddy Maxi or Fiat Doblo XL. If you prefer comfort over size, Ford S-Max might be a good choice – but so could be the bigger Sharan, which is also quite comfortable. If you are keen on owning a Ford that focuses more on comfort, albeit at a slight reduction in available space, have a look at Ford S-Max.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.0/5
  • Ford Transit Connect camper

    A panel van that feels and drives better than a van. It has very good safety scores and is well-rated across other websites. It offers a good-sized cargo area, about average for a panel van. Not the biggest, but it makes up for it with higher comfort when driving and in the cabin.

    The barn doors on most models are a downside, but they have a small plus point – you can open them all the way towards the front, by the sides of the car so that they won’t get in your way. You just won’t have a roof like you would with a tailgate.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.2/5

  • Seat Alhambra Camper

    It’s basically a Sharan with the same measurements and comfort level. This also means that Seat Alhambra is a very good car for camping – if you are looking for a good level of comfort during long journeys and one of the biggest boots for sleeping at the same time.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.9/5

    (based on our Sharan review, as they are the same cars)

  • Ford Tourneo Connect camper (Grand)

    The Tourneo is an even more comfortable version of the already comfortable panel van Transit Connect. You get a higher trim standard and drive comfort with a big boot for all your camping needs. When the seats are folded down, the boot height is 95cm, which isn’t much for an MPV, but good enough. Go for the Grand version of course – you’ll get a 40cm longer boot – that’s a lot. It drives well, but it also eats a bit more than other MPVs though.

    The barn doors on most models are a downside, but they have a small plus point – you can open them all the way towards the front, by the sides of the car so that they won’t get in your way. You just won’t have a roof like you would with a tailgate.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.1/5

  • Ford S-Max Camper

    A well-sized car (although at the lower end of other MPVs) with a very high safety rating and comfort level. If you prefer size over comfort, have a look at Caddy Maxi or Fiat Doblo XL. If you prefer comfort over size, Ford S-Max might be a good choice – but so could be the bigger Sharan, which is also quite comfortable. Also have a look at Ford Galaxy if you are looking for a Ford that is a bit bigger and cheaper, with less attention to comfort compared to the S-MAX.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.1/5
  • VW Caddy Camper (Life, short)

    A shorter version of the Caddy – I don’t see why you’d go for short if there’s a longer version with everything else being the same :). But perhaps you want a more compact car – the key benefit of the shorter Caddy is its manoeuvrability – it is easier to park and drive in cities. It is 47cm shorter and 13cm lower than the Caddy Maxi Life.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.0/5

  • VW ID Buzz camper

    The king of camper vans is getting an electric upgrade. Actually, not just electric – the interior is looking very cosy and spacious too, as less room is needed for an engine + all its moving parts – which are now all underneath. The multifunctional rear seats + table and swivel front seats make it a very versatile car to live in. And we do like a lot of space in our campers, don’t we!
    The double floor + rear seats folding flat to create a surface for a mattress look very handy – compared to a Multivan, where you have to level the seats with something.

  • XBUS camper

    The Xbus brings a new take on a small camper bus / people carrier. Its main competitor is the VW ID Buzz, albeit the Xbus leads with its modular base and configurable components. It is a very promising concept that has gained over 1 million EUR in crowdfunding in 2021 and I’m sure will lead the way of electric camper vans in years to come.

    The company behind the XBUS (ElectricBrands) has hired 13 new employees in 2022 with the work on Xbus underway, albeit with possible delays because of the unprovoked attack on Ukraine by Russia.

  • Renault Grand Scenic Camper

    It’s not the biggest MPV out there, but still offers a good sized boot for sleeping in. 

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.9/5

  • Egoe Nest Camper – camping box

    £2,367

    A neatly designed camping box for “Hatchbacks, mini-vans and SUVs” that’s collected a bunch of design awards. Made in the Czech Republic, available across the EU.

    • Unfolded: 1010 × 1950 × 360 mm
    • Unfolded: 39,8 x 76,8 x 14,2″
    • Weight: 75 kg

    Available in two versions – Kitchen set or Complete set+

  • Mercedes R350 Camper

    A very big car, albeit quite luxurious and hence a higher price, but if you can find it used, you’ll find plenty of space for sleeping at the back, including the dog and your bags. This model was discontinued in 2017 unfortunately, but used ones are still to be found.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.2/5

  • Peugeot Partner Camper (Short – L1)

    Cheap and good for DIY custom camper builds. It’s the same size and engine as Berlingo – both are quite popular as DIY camper cars, mainly because of their low entry price. I would recommend the L2 – Long version. The other versions are the same, just shorter – which will limit your sleeping area at the back. The newer versions come with the same nifty tailgate window and roof window as the Berlingo.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3/5

  • Toyota Proace City Camper (LWB)

    The Proace City comes from the Berlingo family and is therefore on par with others like the Opel Combo Peugeot Partner or Peugeot Rifter – they are basically the same car. This means it’s an ok car for camping – as it offers enough room in the back, given its van roots, but it’s not the most comfortable to drive… given its van roots :). There are bigger MPVs out there in the same price range, f.e. the Fiat Doblo, Nissan NV200, Caddy Maxi Life. Or even bigger & more comfortable cars like the Sharan.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.0/5

  • Opel (Vauxhall) Combo Life XL Camper

    The Opel/Vauxhall Combo is basically a Berlingo with different trim. Citroen Berlingo is one of the most often converted cars for camping, so you could take the Combo too.

    The Combo (and its similar cousins – Citroen Berlingo, Peugeot Partner, Renault Kangoo) is a good car for car camping, but not as good for general driving & comfort during long journeys. It’s not the longest MPV out there (although it’s one of the widest) but offers very good mileage and low maintenance costs. It’s also very well priced – there are plenty of used van or MPV versions to be found. It’s best suited to fill the role of your second car that you can rebuild for camping. If you want it as your main car, it’s good if your budget is low, but otherwise, you’re better off with one of the more comfy and reliable or bigger MPV in our DB.

    NimbleCamper rating: 3.5/5

  • VW Touran Camper

    It’s a bit smaller Sharan – easier to park, but less space inside, the rest is about the same. If you want a smaller (and a bit cheaper) car with VW interior & engine standards, good safety rating and good consumption that you can still sleep in, the Touran might just be it. If you don’t mind the interior as much, you’re better off looking at Berlingo, Caddy or similar cars.

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.9/5

  • Subaru Forester Camper

    Standard SUV boot length and height and better width between the wheel arches. This time (and dirt) tested veteran won’t let you down when camping off the road.

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.8/5

  • Toyota RAV4 Camper

    Good boot length and standard SUV height with better width between the wheel arches. Good for camping when you are planning to venture off the road.

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.8/5

  • Dacia Dokker Camper (Stepway, MPV)

    With quite a short boot and barn door (not tailgate), this isn’t bhe best option for a camping conversion – you’ll find better ones in our database.

    The most common approach seems to be a full professional camper conversion (rebuilt) or a Dokker specific camping box, which will give you the most sleeping length and storage space. As you’ll be throwing out all the seats anyway, check out the van version if you still like the Dokker, but want a much longer boot – without paying for the seats in the first place.

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.7/5

  • Kia Carens Camper

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.7/5

  • Dacia Duster Camper

    Dacia Duster is surprisingly spacious, offers high ground clearance (200mm) and 4×4 four-wheel drive, making it a great microcamper.

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.7/5

  • Honda CR-V Camper

    It’s a good enough camper if you push the front seats forward – giving you enough room to sleep. But its main advantage is that it’s a 4×4, not its size (there are bigger cars in our DB for that).

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.6/5

  • Fiat Freemont Camper

    Although it might strike you as a big car, its boot is on par with most SUVs – about the same length and height.

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.6/5

  • Renault Grand Espace Camper

    NimbleCamper rating: 2.5/5