The combination of Hymer build quality and budget pricing is one that?s packed with appeal, few motorhomes feel as sturdy and few will stand up to the rigours of life on the road as well.The layout is a bit of a classic but you?ll actually struggle to find many other French bed layouts in such a short body. And despite the van-conversion-matching length, the new T135 actually doesn?t feel too compromised inside.. There?s a flyscreen and electric step for the habitation door, plus a large overcab sunroof, as well as a five-year water ingress warranty. There?s a large external locker with access hatch on the nearside and a floor that?s stepped down to maximise stowage capacity within. Storage even extends underneath the bathroom floor.Carado recognises that motorhomers here expect a higher standard of equipment than their continental cousins, so both the Chassis Pack and the Basic Pack are included for all UK models. The former adds features such as cab air-conditioning, ESP, a passenger airbag and cruise control, while the latter offers rooflights, a duckboard for the shower, cab seats with twin armrests, a mains socket in the external locker, a clothes rail in the bathroom and more.If you want to enhance your Carado further, then the Chassis Comfort Pack gives you alloy wheels, a leather steering wheel, chrome-ringed instruments, LED daytime running lights, black framed headlamps and a gloss black grille for £1,150.The T135 layout gives you a half-dinette seating area, plus a wall-mounted table and swivel cab seats. There?s no extension left on the table but its size should suffice for the ?van?s two occupants ? there are no extra berth options here.So, the only bed is the French-style double against the nearside wall. Avtex TV, Solar panel, 2 Leisure Batteries, Alarm & Immobilser, Awning, Gasit refillable gas system and a fixed towbar for carrying push bikes!