Check out the new Benimar Mileo 231

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Benimar Mileo 231

Check out the new Benimar Mileo 231

Benimar Mileo 231
Benimar Mileo 231

Monday, 12, Sep 2016 12:23

by Ed Davies

The CaravanTimes team has been down to check out the new Benimar Mileo 231 analysing its key features and design

The layout of the 231 consists of a fixed rear bed with corner bathroom, centre kitchen and front lounge.

The standard spec on the 231 includes dual fuel blown air heating and water heater, blinds and flyscreens, heki rooflight, fridge, separate freezer and three burner hob.

The six meter long four berth camper also has a grill/oven, swivel cab seats and loose fitting carpets.

There is a fixed French bed and a good lounge making the 231 perfect for two people but also has seating for two others.

It has an unladen weight of 2,940 Kg and a max weight of 3,500 Kg and includes all the equipment you could want in a classic touring vehicle.

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