Montague Mazda Review

Is grey the way?

It’s quite difficult nowadays to pick up a bookstall motor camper van magazine without seeing loads of ads for rather unusual small Japanese-based motor caravans with tempting specifications and surprisingly low prices. Have you wondered, are the claims true? Were these really Mazda factory-built motor caravans? Do they comply with European legislation? Should you consider giving one houseroom?

These strangely-specified vehicles begin life in Japan as the Mazda SGL5 (4WD) or SGL3 (RWD), typically kitted out with seven seats, front and rear aircon, power operated rear -hinged elevating roof, electric window blinds…

Practical Motorhome Magazine review of Montague Mazda:

Practical Motorhomes Montague Mazda Bongo review
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See also: Mazda Bongo review by Wade Montague