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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-01-2015, 16:27 Thread Starter
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c15 hylo romahome advice

HI, have been looking a few months now for a camper and have decided the romahome is the way to go, am looking at getting the Citroen C15 hylo , any advice on these would be great, can anyone let me know what the standing height is when the roof is up, also is the seating on each side 6ft as I've heard. have really warmed to what I've seen online.
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The only sensbile thing to do is to find one at a dealers and then go and see it for yourself.

Campervans are a very personal thing, what one person feels is superb someone else will think is rubbish.

Cant beat seeing for yourself. I am sure someone will come along with personal experience but it will be THEIR experience and view NOT yours !1

Good luck with your search. You havent stated if you are looking at new or used. If its used you are looking for DONT RUSH, and be ruled by your head NOT your heart. many people rush into purchasing a MH and quickly find out that they made a mistake by buying the first thing they THINK suits their purpose.

A good idea is to list the things you DONT like about a particular model. You will, almost certainly, need to compromise on something, just make sure its a compromise you can live with. When we last changed we were sure we wanted a freezer but we found a model that ticked every other box OTHER than being fitted with a freezer. We have survived without it !!

Its not the destination that matters.

It's who you share the journey with (even if it’s in a caravan!) I am very fortunate to have Mrs Plodd to share mine with
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I'd try and get one with the 1.9 diesel engine and not the 1.76 D or the petrol.

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Had a romahome, but not the hi lo for 7 years. It suited me and i could just stand up in the seating area, but then I am just a tad over 5' tall.
there is more height at the tail end where the sink and cooker are.
You really must go to try one out, mine nearly put John off motorhomes for life

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