The Fairford’s offside dinette can be used in two ways: conventionally, with parties facing each other, or leaning against the offside wall to look out of the nearside sliding door.
Two design elements make this possible. First, the back of the driver’s seat has been built up to create a proper backrest. In addition, there are back support cushions under the offside window.
Twist the cab chairs around in the Autosleeper Kemerton and the interior feels enormous. You could comfortably accommodate five for an evening.
The last 800mm or so of floorspace are devoted entirely to the washroom and the whole area is closed off behind a proper door. Close that behind you and there’s a deep mirror on the other side, but unlike the Topaz the Kemerton’s wardrobe is sited separately so you’ll need to grab your change of attire first. That’s hardly a hardship when you see how well laid out this bathroom is. On the offside is the wet area with shower (with separate showerhead) and tip-up basin behind tambour doors, while on the nearside is a bench cassette toilet.
The Autosleeper Nuevo ES has cab seats that swivel to face a cosy lounge with a nearside sofa as well as the half-dinette. And this front lounge makes into a transverse double bed (2.10m by 1.38m) or alternative lengthways singles (1.90m by 0.70m and 1.80m by 0.90m, all manufacturers’ figures) using the cab seat bases as the foot of each bed.