Swift Group Reviews

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Swift Conqueror 630 wins Best Tourer for Seasonal Pitches

Swift Conqueror 630 wins Best Tourer for Seasonal Pitches

The Swift Conqueror 630 won the Best Tourer for Seasonal Pitches at this year's Practical Caravan's Tourer of the Year Awards. Find out why this model was voted the winner.

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A review of the Autocruise Alto

A review of the Autocruise Alto

Verdict: A quality van conversion with plenty of features that was easy to drive

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A review of the 2015 Swift Elegance 630

A review of the 2015 Swift Elegance 630

One of three new models added to the ranks of Swift’s über Elegance range for 2015, could the twin-axle 630 be the ultimate couple's caravan? Mike Le Caplain looks it over

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Practical Caravan review the Sprite Major 4SB

Practical Caravan review the Sprite Major 4SB

It seems somehow apt that the manufacturer that brought fixed-bed caravans to the UK mainstream should come up with the first truly budget model with a transverse island bed.

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A quick look at the Champagne, Bordeaux and Chamonix

A quick look at the Champagne, Bordeaux and Chamonix

Sumptuous, luxurious, spacious, stylish and aspirational

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Review of the Sprite Quattro EW

Review of the Sprite Quattro EW

It’s among the lightest twin-axle caravans you can buy; it has a double bed and a full-width end shower room… the Quattro EW is a first-rate family option

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Andrew Jenkinson reviews the Swift Rio

Andrew Jenkinson reviews the Swift Rio

Compact on the outside, Tardis-like on the inside, the new Rio has already been selling like hot cakes - and we can see why!

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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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Review of the new Swift S-Pod

Review of the new Swift S-Pod

Skelwith Fold says its new Hideaway pods have been warmly welcomed by holiday home owners wanting to share their experiences with another couple, but not the same roof.

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A review of the Sterling Eccles SE Sapphire

A review of the Sterling Eccles SE Sapphire

This brilliant, spacious, distinctly two-roomed layout has practicality in spades. This is a true home from home caravan.

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The Sprite Major 4SB on test

The Sprite Major 4SB on test

This is the lowest-priced transverse island bed caravan on the market; the new, award-winning Major SB is a star in many ways

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Swift Elegance Caravan Magazine Iceland Adventure

Swift Elegance Caravan Magazine Iceland Adventure

Caravan Magazine take a Swift Elegance 570 on an Icelandic Adventure

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Skelwith Fold in Ambleside offers new S-Pod Retreats

Skelwith Fold in Ambleside offers new S-Pod Retreats

Pod-life has reached a new pinnacle of pampering at a top Lake District holiday park where couples can now snuggle under the stars whilst cocooned in comfort.

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Swift Rio on Test

Swift Rio on Test

“The Rio may be the most practical, best equipped and most enjoyable tailgate coachbuilt so far!”

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Swift Kon-Tiki 679 Owner Report

Swift Kon-Tiki 679 Owner Report

Russ Whitely explains why he has owned three of the same model in a row..... and why he would buy another

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Sterling Continental 630 on test

Sterling Continental 630 on test

If you are looking for a fixed-bed caravan with twin-axle tow stability, gorgeous amounts of space and spec and style in spades, you have found it in the Sterling Continental 630.

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A sunny trip to Devon and Cornwall in a Swift Escape 696

A sunny trip to Devon and Cornwall in a Swift Escape 696

These mobile home-from-homes offer all you could need for a touring holiday, and even our demanding teens, James and Sophie, were suitably impressed.

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Forget Facebook: One man’s quest to see his nearest and dearest in person

Forget Facebook: One man’s quest to see his nearest and dearest in person

We set off in our aptly named Swift Escape motorhome to stay at Camping and Caravanning Club campsites around the country – the only and most fun way we could think of doing this.

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A Scottish skiing adventure in an Escape 696

A Scottish skiing adventure in an Escape 696

The best little budget ski chalet in the world: Fitting the whole family into a motorhome for a grand Scottish winter skiing adventure

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Andrew Jenkinson reviews the Swift Moselle

Andrew Jenkinson reviews the Swift Moselle

Holiday home ownership offers a very carefree leisure time with only a few items to be packed into the car and you’re ready to go.

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Swift Escape 686 wins Best Family Motorhome category at Practical Motorhome Awards

Swift Escape 686 wins Best Family Motorhome category at Practical Motorhome Awards

There’s nothing wrong with a traditional layout when it’s well executed and well equipped

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Henry Wild, Director of Skelwith Fold Caravan Park, discovers the world of luxury motorhome living in a Swift Kon-tiki

Henry Wild, Director of Skelwith Fold Caravan Park, discovers the world of luxury motorhome living in a Swift Kon-tiki

There's not a wasted square centimetre of space, with everything fitted stylishly together to create a highly sophisticated living environment geared to the comfort and convenience of its occupiers.

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An Overview of Swift Group’s 2015 Motorhome Ranges

An Overview of Swift Group’s 2015 Motorhome Ranges

The wide-ranging Swift offerings for the 2015 model year get a lift from the manufacturer’s timber-free SMART bodyshells and face lifted cabs

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An overview of Swift Group's 2015 Caravan Ranges

An overview of Swift Group's 2015 Caravan Ranges

With its new line-up, Swift looks set for a successful sales drive in 2015. Markets remain tough, but added value is sure to tempt buyers.

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