Marquis Benimar UK partnership continues to flourish with new Tessoro range

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The new Benimar Tessoro range does not hide its European style

Marquis Benimar UK partnership continues to flourish with new Tessoro range

The new Benimar Tessoro range does not hide its European style
The new Benimar Tessoro range does not hide its European style

Thursday, 09, Feb 2017 11:29

by Tom Leaning

In anticipation of our upcoming video feature on the Benimar Tessoro T494 motorhome from Marquis, we preview their new Benimar Tessoro range for the year ahead.

This set of Ford-based motorhomes purr with continental swagger and style, as does their powerful engines and spacious interiors. Take a look at our latest video and let us know what you think.

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