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Reviews for Autocruise Van Conversions

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Andrew Jenkinson tests the Autocruise Alto

Andrew Jenkinson tests the Autocruise Alto

Ideal for a couple, this stylish panel van conversion has a fixed bed and great storage packed into a compact space!

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Live-in test of the Autocruise Forte

Live-in test of the Autocruise Forte

One major credit point to Swift Group is that they have hit the ground running with the Forte. This is not a hesitant debut into a new market. It is well thought through, great value for money and shows a willingness to listen to customers other companies would do well to note.

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A review of the new 2013 Sundance and Autocruise Rhythm Ranges

A review of the new 2013 Sundance and Autocruise Rhythm Ranges

The big sellers just got better! Rob Ganley enjoys an exclusive first drive of the new look 2013 Sundance and Autocruise ranges and finds plenty to impress

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A review of the new Autocruise Rhythm Compact

A review of the new Autocruise Rhythm Compact

The Rhythm Compact is a worthy addition to the range, giving buyers the choice now of front lounge (Jazz) or rear lounge floorplans in the medium-wheelbase van, which is so much more practical for everyday use and town parking.

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On Test Autocruise Rhythm vs Timberland Destiny XI

On Test Autocruise Rhythm vs Timberland Destiny XI

British favourite high tops do battle, their rear lounge layouts providing the respectable relaxing spaces we love. Find out why the Autocruise Rhythm comes out on top.

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Dave Hurrell takes a look at the new Autocruise Quartet

Dave Hurrell takes a look at the new Autocruise Quartet

Play bunk-equipped, four-berth panel van conversions are fast becoming the fashion in family-friendly motorhoming. Autocruise’s Quartet is the latest model to join the fray.

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On test Autocruise Tempo V Auto-Sleepers Kemerton

On test Autocruise Tempo V Auto-Sleepers Kemerton

These two practical British ‘PVCs’ both drive beautifully and have sufficient, sensibly set-out equipment, plus plenty of payload. Both should give many years of enjoyable holidays.

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A first test of the Autocruise Accent

A first test of the Autocruise Accent

Throughout this is a smart well-designed van conversion that will suit those who like to go away on longer tours

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Practical Motorhome tests the Autocruise Accent

Practical Motorhome tests the Autocruise Accent

Throughout, this is a smart, well designed van conversion that thanks to the large lounge will suit those who like to go away on even longer tours.

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Which Motorhome awards 5 stars to the new limited edition Autocruise Jazz Champagne

Which Motorhome awards 5 stars to the new limited edition Autocruise Jazz Champagne

More features added to one of our favourite high-top campers – what’s not to like?

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Live-in test Autocruise Alto

Live-in test Autocruise Alto

The Alto offers what is possibly mainland Europe’s most popular low profile coachbuilt layout in a more conveniently sized panel van that’s very enjoyable to drive.

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Live-in test Autocruise Jazz

Live-in test Autocruise Jazz

Its layout may not be unique, but its competitive price and traditional furnishings help this ’van stand out.

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Live-In Test : Autocruise Accent

Live-In Test : Autocruise Accent

The level of thought and innovation in the Accent is really pleasing. The Autocruise designers have taken the increasingly popular van conversion layout with a rear double bed and thought hard about how they can improve on it.

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First look at the Autocruise Alto

First look at the Autocruise Alto

The longitudinal rear bed is an innovation that brings a much-loved coachbuilt layout to a van conversion without enormous compromise. This is a real feat of ergonomic engineering from Autocruise.

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Autocruise raises Pulse

Autocruise raises Pulse

Sarah Wakely tests the new Fiat Scudo-based Pulse – a great everyday campervan.

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