German caravan Musica

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This trailer is available in 17 variants. So please forgive us for not describing all of them. We will try to point out the main differences and similarities between the different versions of the LMC Musica caravan.

Musica focuses on relaxation and gives a comfortable rhythm to our lives - that's what the advertisement on the manufacturer's website says. How is it really?

LMC is a German company that produces campers and caravans. Trailers are produced in three series - Scandica is the best equipped model, especially adapted to winter conditions, Maestro is a mid-range trailer, and Musica is the basic model, although not in every version shorter than its richer brothers.

Musica can accommodate from two to six people. However, most versions provide four beds.

A small trailer, but with everything important

On the shortest model, which measures 6,083mm in length (4,768mm in the middle), it can get tight. Due to the fact that the 390 D version is designed for two people, it is also possible to fit the kitchen and bathroom. After entering the trailer, to the left of the door, you immediately come across a gas cooker and a sink. Below are soft-closing cupboards and a 103-liter fridge.

In front of the entrance there is a table around which two sofas have been pressed into. Behind the one on the right there is a double bed, opposite to which there is a wardrobe and a bathroom, with a paddling pool integrated with a chemical toilet and a washbasin.

The upper part of the vehicle was used for ceiling cabinets, and in the ceiling itself there were two sunroofs , around which LED lighting was mounted in decorative wooden housings (in the color of the furniture).

The trailer is fitted with a 44-liter clean water tank and a 25-liter gray water tank. The gross vehicle weight is 1,200 kg, but it can be increased by 300 kg for an additional fee.

Big maybe (a little) more

For comparison, let's look at the longest, two-axle version. Musica 725 K measures 9.302 mm and offers users 7.963 mm in length. This model is able to accommodate up to 6 people, although it is best if two of them were children (it can be too tight for adults).

The capacity of the refrigerator and tanks is the same as in the smallest model, which, given these dimensions, may leave you unsatisfied. The issue of the bathroom was also resolved in a similar way - the toilet seat was integrated with the shower tray.

Certainly, however, in this version we will not feel any serious tightness, and an additional advantage will be the Truma 5002 SL heating system. The permissible total weight is 2,300 kg.

Common sense in caravanning lies in the middle

As is often the case, the most sensible choice may be an intermediate version, eg Musica 540 D with a length of 7,686 mm (internal length - 6355 mm). The gross vehicle weight of this version is 1,600 kg.

This model has four places to sleep, but the bathroom and shower cubicle take up the entire width of the vehicle, in its rear part. Thanks to this, there is much more space there. The heating and tanks are the same as on the 725K model, and the total space in the caravan seems to be ample for four people.

A lifting roof made of fabric can be purchased for each version. An additional mattress for two people can be placed in such a retractable superstructure.

In Germany, we will pay for the Musica from 17,400 euros for the 390 D model, for 18-20 thousand. euro for intermediate models, nearly 28 thousand. euro for 725 K. Standard equipment can be enriched with packages.

In summary, the Musica is not a vehicle that can meet the sophisticated tastes of demanding customers. To use the imposed name of the comparison, it is more popular music for the average listener than a concert for the music lover. But that's the kind of popular music we most often listen to. And this can be the recipe for the success of the LMC brand.

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Sometimes it is better to get lost than to ask for directions too much. Aldous Huxley

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