MMM, The Motorhomers' Magazine

Archived since January 2012 Modern Archive Monthly
165 issues
MMM is part of the Out & About Live family, it has been Britain’s best-selling motorhome magazine for over 55 years. Every issue is packed with inspirational motorhome and campervan tours in the UK and further afield and the best campsites to stay on while on your travels. Each issue also features in-depth motorhome reviews to help you find the perfect ’van, as well comprehensive technical advice, DiY projects and tips. Every issue also has lots more, including expert buying guides, genuine readers’ stories and reviews, puzzles and competitions.

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Latest issue
Every little helps… welcome to the July issue of MMM, focussed on all things budget to help you maximise your adventures without having to spend the earth.

That includes five great travel articles, with a weekend break in the Malvern Hills, walking along the South Downs Way and a trip taking in some of north Wales most impressive castle. Plus, we have escapes to Spain and Italy, which are more affordable than you might think, all with extra photos, just for this digital issue. Many of these keep the costs down by using free or low-cost stopovers, but if you fancy a proper campsite, then we have collated a list of super sites that offer discounts on nights or even local attractions.

While no new motorhome can be considered cheap these days, Wellhouse Leisure has returned to its roots, importing used Japanese vehicles to convert. It keeps the price down and most will avoid clean air zones as they are commonly petrol engine – we review four models from a tiny one-person camper, to a bigger camper with an end washroom.

Take a look at the Rimor Super Brig, too. This is the Italian company’s flagship model but it still comes in under £80k, which is a lot of motorhome for the money.

Both reviews come with extra photos and handy video reviews, while we also include a video review of an Etrusco campervan in this issue.

Plus, we’ve got advice for buying a new motorhome on a budget with suggested models and handy links to models currently for sale. There are easy DIY projects, too, including a low-cost floor refurbishment.

Finally don’t forget to check out What Motorhome within this issue, with five of the latest mid-season launches profiled and advice on used motorhome valuations, plus load more…

Subjects: Hobby, Outdoors

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  • First Issue: January 2012
  • Latest Issue: July 2024
  • Issue Count: 165
  • Published: Monthly