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Big Mac: McLouis Fusion 360 Review

Peter Vaughan reviews the McLouis Fusion 360 in the March Edition of MMM Magazine… DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE THE 3 MOST-POPULAR MCLOUIS FUSION MODELS ON THE AUTO-SLEEPER STAND AT THE NEC SHOW STARTING IN 6 DAYS TIME!

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If you want a big garage in a sub-7m motorhome, this Anglo-Italian McLouis could be for you

Peter Vaughan took the McLouis Fusion 360 out for a test drive in the latest edition of MMM Magazine. To find out the MMM final verdict of the 4 berth vehicle, with a fantastic 5 travel seats, read the full article below.

DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE THE 3 MOST-POPULAR MCLOUIS FUSION MODELS ON THE AUTO-SLEEPER STAND AT THE NEC SHOW STARTING IN 6 DAYS TIME!

‘If you’re wondering about the origins of the brand McLouis, the title comes from the merging of two neighbouring airport restaurant names (McDonalds and Louis) spotted when its founder was waiting for a flight. It sounds British, Scottish even, but its no more Anglo-Saxon than linguine alle vongole, although the latest models do aim to suit out tastes with on-board ovens and now, for 2020, UK-handed layouts with a nearside habitation door, too.

McLouis motorhomes, which hail from Tuscany, like most Italian ‘vans, first came here in the early Noughties when Italians majored on entry-level coachbuilts. The marque returned to the UK after a period away a year ago, imported by that most English of markers, Auto-Sleepers, to fit below its own range. A touch more mod-priced than truly ‘budget’, however, the Fusion low-profile kicks off at £53,995 and top out at £58,995 (before options). A-classes are expected to follow in due course.

For now, though, there are five models, all equipeed to the same high spec, with lengths varying from 5.99m to 7.41m. Even the Lux Pack (including a 120W solar panel amongst other valuable kit) is thrown in, so the only extra-cost items listed in the brochure are a chassis upgrade to 4,400kg (priced at £2,000) and an automatic gearbox (also £2k).

You’ll need to talk to your dealer about a bike rack (for which fixings are already in situ) or an awning, TV or satellite dish'

To discover more about the Fusion 360, or the other 4 models in the range, CLICK HERE. Or check out the online review here.

Big Mac: McLouis Fusion 360 Review

Big Mac: McLouis Fusion 360 Review

MMM Magazine

If you want a big garage in a sub-7m motorhome, this Anglo-Italian McLouis could be for you

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