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MMM magazine October 2011 Back Issue

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271 Reviews   •  English   •   Leisure Interest (Travel)
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Is this issue of the UK’s best-selling motorhome magazine, we provide all the facts and figures on what new motorhomes will be arriving in showrooms in time for the 2012 season. All the new models from British and European manufacturers are featured. In addition, we are the only magazine to test the all-new Bailey coachbuilt six-berth motorhome – the first motorhome this Bristol-based caravan maker has ever built. Alongside this is another exclusive – this time a full road test of the 2012 Swift Bolero. If that’s not enough, we are the first magazine to get behind the wheel of Fiat’s 130bhp automatic Ducato, which is certain to be a favourite in the motorhome market.
For those of you not in the market for a new motorhome, MMM is still packed with travel features on where to head for in your ‘van. In So Many Roads Andy Stothert finds spiritual heaven at Islay’s whisky distilleries, while Bob Deane explores Constable country and the Essex/Suffolk coast. We also discover that Rhyl is worth a visit. Really! Meanwhile, further afield our motorhoming correspondents tell us that there’s more to Champagne that just the sparkling wine and that you can go island hopping in Croatia in your motorhome. Finally, our travel correspondents go slightly nuts about a walnut festival in Luxembourg.
This issue of MMM also has pages of reader site reviews – read exactly what likeminded motorhomers felt about a campsite before you go.
For those looking to buy a secondhand motorhome, our experts give their advice on the pros and cons of used rear lounge coachbuilts and identify six great used examples. We also have a secondhand price guide to used prices for fixed and rising roof campers, while in Bargain hunter, Chloe Hukin searches out the best deals on new and used motorhomes.
We also have a look at how to choose the right bike rack for your motorhome.
Finally, our Interchange experts offer their advice to those needing technical advice on the technical side of their motorhome.
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October 2011 Is this issue of the UK’s best-selling motorhome magazine, we provide all the facts and figures on what new motorhomes will be arriving in showrooms in time for the 2012 season. All the new models from British and European manufacturers are featured. In addition, we are the only magazine to test the all-new Bailey coachbuilt six-berth motorhome – the first motorhome this Bristol-based caravan maker has ever built. Alongside this is another exclusive – this time a full road test of the 2012 Swift Bolero. If that’s not enough, we are the first magazine to get behind the wheel of Fiat’s 130bhp automatic Ducato, which is certain to be a favourite in the motorhome market. For those of you not in the market for a new motorhome, MMM is still packed with travel features on where to head for in your ‘van. In So Many Roads Andy Stothert finds spiritual heaven at Islay’s whisky distilleries, while Bob Deane explores Constable country and the Essex/Suffolk coast. We also discover that Rhyl is worth a visit. Really! Meanwhile, further afield our motorhoming correspondents tell us that there’s more to Champagne that just the sparkling wine and that you can go island hopping in Croatia in your motorhome. Finally, our travel correspondents go slightly nuts about a walnut festival in Luxembourg. This issue of MMM also has pages of reader site reviews – read exactly what likeminded motorhomers felt about a campsite before you go. For those looking to buy a secondhand motorhome, our experts give their advice on the pros and cons of used rear lounge coachbuilts and identify six great used examples. We also have a secondhand price guide to used prices for fixed and rising roof campers, while in Bargain hunter, Chloe Hukin searches out the best deals on new and used motorhomes. We also have a look at how to choose the right bike rack for your motorhome. Finally, our Interchange experts offer their advice to those needing technical advice on the technical side of their motorhome.


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Is this issue of the UK’s best-selling motorhome magazine, we provide all the facts and figures on what new motorhomes will be arriving in showrooms in time for the 2012 season. All the new models from British and European manufacturers are featured. In addition, we are the only magazine to test the all-new Bailey coachbuilt six-berth motorhome – the first motorhome this Bristol-based caravan maker has ever built. Alongside this is another exclusive – this time a full road test of the 2012 Swift Bolero. If that’s not enough, we are the first magazine to get behind the wheel of Fiat’s 130bhp automatic Ducato, which is certain to be a favourite in the motorhome market.
For those of you not in the market for a new motorhome, MMM is still packed with travel features on where to head for in your ‘van. In So Many Roads Andy Stothert finds spiritual heaven at Islay’s whisky distilleries, while Bob Deane explores Constable country and the Essex/Suffolk coast. We also discover that Rhyl is worth a visit. Really! Meanwhile, further afield our motorhoming correspondents tell us that there’s more to Champagne that just the sparkling wine and that you can go island hopping in Croatia in your motorhome. Finally, our travel correspondents go slightly nuts about a walnut festival in Luxembourg.
This issue of MMM also has pages of reader site reviews – read exactly what likeminded motorhomers felt about a campsite before you go.
For those looking to buy a secondhand motorhome, our experts give their advice on the pros and cons of used rear lounge coachbuilts and identify six great used examples. We also have a secondhand price guide to used prices for fixed and rising roof campers, while in Bargain hunter, Chloe Hukin searches out the best deals on new and used motorhomes.
We also have a look at how to choose the right bike rack for your motorhome.
Finally, our Interchange experts offer their advice to those needing technical advice on the technical side of their motorhome.
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MMM The Motorhomers’ magazine, part of the Out&AboutLive family, is packed with buying advice for all varieties of motorhomes, such as dreamer family campervans or low profile coach builds from Eura Mobil. For over 55 years, MMM magazine has been the bestselling motorhome magazine. Reliable buying and selling advice, alongside technical road tests and reviews in every issue, can help you get the most from your motorhome.


What's more, MMM The Motorhomers' magazine now has What Motorhome incorporated into every issue, it has provided expert advice to motorhome buyers for over 30 years. What Motorhome is packed with motorhome reviews and tests, with the ultimate aim of helping you find your perfect motorhome, whether this is your first motorhome or you are looking to upgrade your existing ‘van. What Motorhome also offers essential buying advice, covering topics such as motorhome hire, insurance, finance and more. This valuable information, is sure to help you make the right buying decisions. 


This magazine covers global travel features for the most beautiful countries to motorhome through. Adventures to the Italian lakes or fascinating tours of the industrial South Yorkshire, wherever you like to explore with your motorhome, MMM has valuable features you will delight in. Inspirational travel tales from real and genuine motorhomers in every issue, as well as short breaks or month long adventures - MMM The Motorhomers' magazine has all the advice you need to get you and your motorhome around safely.


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