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The company belonging to the Hymer Group Lord Munsterland Caravan (short LMC) expands your caravan series Style to the variant 400F. This is a camper that is aimed at young families and is currently available in six layouts 450D, 450E, 460D, 490K, 530E and 582K (between 6,85 and 8,05 meters) is available. The campers offer up to 6 beds and are now supplemented with the compact 400F floor plan. It will be available from April 2021. With a total length of only 5,83 meters and a width of 2,33 meters, it is the shortest and most compact in the LMC style category. But with a headroom of 1,98 meters, it is still suitable for tall people.
LMC Style 400F caravan!
Inside there is a closet, there is a kitchen with a refrigerator and a wet room is also installed. The trailer has a special feature folding bed the one with a width of 1,50 meters and 1,90 meters in length across in the stern is housed. The bed offers sleeping space for one or two people. Incidentally, the bed will be converted into a seating area, which is due to the both windows is well lit. LMC has not yet given any prices. However, the LMC 400F will position itself under the smallest and cheapest style model (450 E) to date.
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Lord Münsterland Caravan - LMC Style 400F Caravan!
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