Le Voyageur is launching a new range of high-end integral motorhomes, called Heritage and based on a Mercedes Sprinter forwarder.
Born in 1980, Le Voyageur is a French manufacturer of premium motorhomes, member of the Pilote group, which is launching a new “Heritage” range of integral heavy-duty motorhomes (4.5 tonnes) based on a Mercedes Sprinter base. , equipped with a 2.2-liter Diesel of 143 horsepower.
The range is made up of four models: the LVXH7.9 CF and LVXH7.9 GJF 7.91 meters long, and the LVXH8.7 CF and LVXH8.7 GJF 8.75 meters long, all 2.25 meters wide and 3.09 meters high. At the rear, the “CF” models have a central bed (150 x 190 cm) in a 2,550-liter hold, while the “GJF” models have two twin beds (80 x 200 and 80 x 190 cm) on a 2,800-liter hold, accessible from the outside. A drop-down bed (140 x 190 cm) also offers two additional places, and the mattresses are signed Bultex.
The Heritage Traveler: resolutely top-of-the-range services
For the rest, the layout of the models is quite similar, with at the front two large bench seats facing each other which complement the two front swivel seats, in order to accommodate up to five people around the living room table. The interior design is clean and functional, with noble materials such as light wood and leather, LED lighting and top-of-the-range services, such as heated seats, underfloor heating and even the Mercedes MBUX multimedia system.
On the kitchen side, we find a sink and a double-burner gas stove, completed by a large 153-liter refrigerator. Numerous storage spaces complete the set, as well as a spacious bathroom, supplied by 20 liter clean water tanks (up to 200 liters) and 120 liter waste water tanks.
Range The Heritage Traveler is offered at a starting price from 129.900 euros.
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