Stacks of value and accessibility force these time-served Swift Escapes into consideration.
Pulled by a Fiat 2.3-litre Euro 6D engine with an optional automatic, the Escape is not only geared up for any road journey, but its 3300kg weight makes it suitable for anyone without their B+E license as well.
On the road or on the pitch, Swift is a manufacturer that’s never been short in the style stakes. Dynamic decals don’t overdo it, as the brand’s British-build caravans and motorhomes always put the b in subtle.
There’s something for everyone here in the way of furnishings as well. Swift keeps it simple on the fabric finishes, so you’ve no fear of crazy bright colourways or old-school stereotypes.
The dining space features an accessible table (no need to squeeze in) that makes up into sleeping arrangements when needed.
With a real level of luxury throughout, the fixed island bed of the 694 along with the double-bed dinette space has everything covered in both comfort and convenience.
Seen as a value for money motorhome upon launch, now that the superseding Escape motorhomes are available it makes previous models all the more appealing for a used motorhome purchase.