Close look at Benimar Mileo 313

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Benimar Mileo 313

Close look at Benimar Mileo 313

Benimar Mileo 313
Benimar Mileo 313

Monday, 19, Sep 2016 11:56

by Ed Davies

The Benimar Mileo 313 is one of three family vans produced by the Spanish manufacturers and it certainly packs a lot in to its six metre long frame

The five berth motorhome can take a maximum of six people and would be great for families with two to four children.

Stuffed with all the mod-cons, the 313 includes a proper cooker, an oven/grill combo, microwave, a sink with drainer and a large fridge freezer.

Marquis Leisure have put in a 150 bhp engine, an external gas point, with fixing points for a bike rack.

The table, which can be converted into an extra bed, also extends across the other side of the vehicle in a nice touch to the family vehicle.

Throughout the van there is plenty of natural light with a large window in the lounge area and roof lights.

A couple of nice touches include a DAB radio and an awful lot of storage space such as a wardrobe, storage units under the bunk beds and sites above the kitchen area with restraining racks to keep everything in place.

The Benimar Mileo 313 is now on offer for £44,995.

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