The V Line Sport By Auto Trail

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Check out a sneaky peek at this game changing Auto-Trail model

The V Line Sport By Auto Trail

Check out a sneaky peek at this game changing Auto-Trail model
Check out a sneaky peek at this game changing Auto-Trail model

Friday, 09, Feb 2018 11:15

By William Coleman

Have you tried to van conversion? For me it is the leisure vehicle that has a dual purpose. You can use it for your leisure time and holiday but they can also be used for your day to day travel.

The new Auto-Trail V-Line Sport boasts a U-shaped lounge area with a transverse bed which provides a fantastic double bed. Auto-Trail have used the very defeniton of compact living to create this fantastic touring home.

This is just a short so keep an eye out next week for the full feature length video.

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