Malcolm easily fitted all his ski equipment in the Rambler's boot and it still had room to spare. That's just as well as it's the vehicle's only external storage locker. The use of sliding windows on the dinette and over-cab bed is unusual given the vehicle's European origins. It means the windows can't be left open in the rain, unlike the hopper window at the rear. A bit puzzling...
The Rambler is a 6-seat/6-berth C-class motorhome made in Italy by Roller Team. It's sold in New Zealand by the RV Super Centre as a near-new, low mileage motorhome after spending one season as a rental in the UK. With just 25-30,000 km on the clock and priced around NZ$105,000 it represents good value and is quite a lot of motorhome for the money.
Morning! Malcolm is on the job checking out the big Optimum IV.28-5 from Jayco Sydney. Built on the latest Iveco Daily, at 8.7 m (28' 6") and with a GVM of 7 tonnes it's a big motorhome with room to spare. Watch for a full review in iMotorhome issue 104 on October 1st!
Inside Jayco's flagship Optimum Plenty of room to move!