The bed is the most important thing in LMC motorhomes
The LMC brand has opted for greater comfort. Motorhomes available in the 2015 season will have better standard equipment, but the biggest novelty is the drop-down bed.
In this respect, LMC is just catching up with its competitors. The bed suspended near the ceiling and adjacent to it, lowered by pulling on a comfortable handle, is a solution known for several years in some motorhomes. This is a novelty at LMC, but it must be admitted that it is a successful novelty.
Large bed under the ceiling
When the bed is folded, we can use the light provided by the numerous LED lamps placed on the bottom of the bed. When we pull a large and aesthetic handle, we get a comfortable sleeping area, approx. 198 cm x 140 cm , intended for two people. Interestingly, people who "live" in this place can separate themselves with a curtain from the rest of the motorhome.
The hanging bed is an alternative place to stay. Basic beds can be single or double - they are usually placed at the back of the motorhome. There are, however, variants such as the Breezer Lift 747 , in which there is a bathroom at the back of the entire width of the motorhome, and the (single) beds are placed near the side walls, closer to the center of the vehicle.
Another interesting variant is the Breezer Lift 737 G , in which we find single beds at the rear of the vehicle, a garage under them, and in the middle - a separate, glazed shower cubicle and a toilet area.
Other changes are also worth mentioning. These include, for example, lockable shelves over the heads of the driver and passenger . Previously, there were open shelves in this place, so it was not very safe if you wanted to carry something on them while driving.
The cabinets hanging above the sofa and the kitchen are combined into one coherent set - previously there were gaps between them. Semi-integrated cars are equipped with a new 140-liter slim-line refrigerator by Thetford.
The manufacturer pays particular attention to some variants of its new models. From January 2015, the Breezer A 664 G will have (apart from sleeping under the roof) also a bunk bed. Interestingly, the lower bed can be easily moved upwards to provide more space at the bottom for storing bulky items.
Also noteworthy is the smallest fully integrated LMC model - Explorer Sport Line 585 . Despite the length of 5.99 m, it has a bathroom that covers the entire width of the vehicle, located in the rear part of the vehicle. The dining room can comfortably accommodate up to 5 people. This model also has a bed under the ceiling.
The flagship Grand Explorer got better standard equipment. In this model we find, in addition to the current equipment, incl. 18-inch alloy wheels, extendable arm for the TV, LED lamps (also in the garage) and reading lamps. Chrome towel holders and toilet paper appeared in the bathroom.
Each LMC motorhome is made in accordance with Long Life-Technology (including no wooden elements in the structure) and has a permissible total weight of up to 3.5 tonnes. For an additional fee, it can be increased to 5 tonnes. standard is a 5-tonne vehicle.
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