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Van Review: McLouis Fusion 379The McLouis Fusion, available through Auto-Sleepers, marks another return to the UK for a Continental brand. Peter Baber sizes up the longest model on offer.
“McLouis is one of a number of motorhome brands that sounds British, but isn’t. McLouis vans’ are actually built in Tuscany. But after a gap of several years, the brand has just started being sold in the UK again, distributed via Auto-Sleepers through some of its dealer network.”
“The McLouis Fusion range comprises five models – all four-berths – that are priced similarly to the Benimar Mileo range, which Auto-Sleepers’ sister company Marquis Leisure has been selling for three years. The McLouis models also come on the Fiat Ducato base, albeit with the 130bhp engine as standard, rather than 150bhp.”
“We took a look at the 7.41m-long 379. Aside from the impressive alloy wheels, there’s nothing radically different about the exterior. Or the standard Fiat cab; although the pelmet above does include a handy cubbyhole on either side, complete with push catches on the doors – you won’t need to worry about items falling on your head en route.”