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Saxby L Series

A Slice Of Paradise

Saxby L Series

The Saxby L Series, is built onto the Iveco Daily, Fiat or Mercedes Sprinter.  It has been designed using a balance between customer input, industry experience and the latest European trends in motorhome manufacturing.  The innovative open-plan layout offers a compact vehicle with plenty of living and storage space.  Contemporary finishes, queen size electric roll down bed allowing no space to be wasted.  There is a comfortable lounge at the rear, that can easily transition into an additional bedding area.  There are gorgeous panoramic views, a modern kitchen equipped with a large fridge, sink 3 burner gas cook top and microwave.  Your privacy is assured with a separate toilet / shower.  Designed for four people to comfortably travel across Australia.

Saxby L Series

Length 6700mmHeight 3000mmWidth (excl. mirrors) 2350mm
Berth 4 berthEngine 2.2LWaste Tank 86L

Can seat up to 8 people around the spacious dinette which conveniently converts to a double bed or two single sleepers, Separate shower and toilet, Huge club lounge with gorgeous panoramic windows, Integrated blinds and screens and so many more features you’ll love.

We ran into Bev & Harry, Suncamper Sherwood owners at the 2014 Caravan, Camping, RV and Holiday Supershow. We asked them to share what it was like to own a Suncamper Sherwood and tell us where they have been. Here’s what they said.

Bev & Harry

New Suncamper
Motorhomes Owners

Others in Saxby range

Our Mid-sized motorhome range offers a large amount of space and versatility.  They have an open-plan design which is elegantly, and practically designed for anywhere between 2 and 6 people.  They feature a rear double bed, full kitchen and plenty of internal and external storage.

Fresh air and light flood in with two huge ceiling vents and surrounding hopper windows, views to die for!  The swivelling driver and passenger seats open the floor plan even more utilising valuable space for both touring and living.


Saxby “V Series”

Covering unexplored ground is continually exciting, but taking time to revisit long-forgotten places is so significant and always rewarding.