At Kabe we have a look at the new motorhome series Crown,
an integrated motorhome based on the
new Mercedes sprinter
with front-wheel drive
Kabe builds special products that are specially
designed to withstand the
cold Scandinavian winters.
They have thicker walls, floors and roofs that are insulated with Ecoprim
a very high-quality type of foam with a high insulation value
In addition, walls, roof and floor are a lot thicker than "regular" motorhomes
All Kabe's are equipped as standard with ALDE liquid heating,
which releases the heat to the air through radiators just like at home
All Kabe's also have underfloor heating as standard.
All that luxury makes the Kabe motorhomes heavier so you must also have a C driver's license
to drive them
Here we have the Crown 810 LQB it is a model that is 8 meters long and has only
two axels in this version
Of course provided with a double floor and in this case an island bed.
In the front, the motorhome is equipped with a standard double bed
that can optionally be replaced by
We also see a combined bath and toilet and a spacious kitchen
Leather upholstery in the spacious seating area and of course the luxury Mercedes dashboard.
But also take a look at the new "face" of this integral camper, cool Swedish
with a touch of Volvo and with its own LED headlights.
The Kabe Crown series will be on display at the Caravansalon in Dsseldorf
and will cost around 180,000 euros in the Netherlands
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