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  • 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

    There’s already an Egoe Nest camping box specifically for the Dacia Jogger if you’re interested!

  • 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 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

  • Nissan X-trail 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: 2.5/5