Buy a Motorhome

It’s time for your dream of owning a motorhome to come true! How?

But of course with the guidance of our team here at Luna Trips. Always in collaboration with our network of partners-suppliers throughout Europe and Greece.

We offer for rental a wide range of different types of vehicles, so that we can give you to try different layouts of space and style of motorhomes.

We are here to analyze your real needs and simplify your final choice, always guided by the quality-price ratio.

Price
0250.000
Berths
07
Gearbox

What type of vehicle suits me?

Below you will find basic information to choose the motorhome that will accompany you on this life journey!

Motorhomes

1. Fully Integrated - A' Class

2. Semi-Partly Integrated or Low Profile

3. Cabover / Alcove

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Built into a specially designed living area from bow to stern. Living area and cockpit merge seamlessly in fully integrated vehicles, there are no visible partitions or transitions – neither in the interior nor the exterior. The whole vehicle thus appears as if it is all of a piece.

The cab of the original basic vehicle is still in place. Directly behind the driver’s cab is the actual living area, not fully but smoothly integrated into the body.

The characteristically high roof construction, protrudes over the cab like a nose. Under the alcove is the cockpit with driver and passenger and in the alcove itself there is usually a comfortable double bed.

  • Extremely spacious interior feel
  • Panoramic view while driving
  • Spacious single and insulated cab
  • Sufficient height throughout the space
  • Slightly higher vehicle chassis
  • Attractive appearance and luxury
  • Resale value
  • Value for money
  • Aerodynamics
  • Lower fuel consumption
  • Lower chassis and better driving characteristics
  • More intimate driving position
  • More economical market value
  • Indoor exploitation
  • The basic beds do not obstruct the living room
  • More beds and passengers
  • Large storage spaces
  • Larger front surface with higher air resistance and relatively increased consumption
  • Lower safety in the event of a cab crash
  • Unfamiliar driving position
  • Relatively more unstable in lateral wind or thrust of a large passing vehicle due to its large surface area and higher center of gravity
  • Purchase cost
  • Lack of passenger front door
  • Smaller space in the cab
  • Lower height inside
  • The front bed restricts the seating area when in use
  • Insufficient driver cab insulation
  • Lower chassis with shorter distance from obstacles on the ground
  • Poor aerodynamics
  • Highest fuel consumption
  • Limited view of driving position
  • Risk of loft accidents due to volume at high obstacles (shelters, trees, etc.)
  • Resale value
  • Unstable in lateral wind or shock wave of a large passing vehicle due to large surface
  • Over time the attic may crack

Motorhomes

1. Fully Integrated - A' Class

2. Semi-Partly Integrated ή Low Profile

3. Cabover / Alcove

1. Fully Integrated - A' Class

2. Semi-Partly Integrated ή Low Profile

3. Cabover / Alcove

1. Fully Integrated - A' Class

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Built into a specially designed living area from bow to stern. Living area and cockpit merge seamlessly in fully integrated vehicles, there are no visible partitions or transitions – neither in the interior nor the exterior. The whole vehicle thus appears as if it is all of a piece.

  • Extremely spacious interior feel
  • Panoramic view while driving
  • Spacious single and insulated cab
  • Sufficient height throughout the space
  • Slightly higher vehicle chassis
  • Attractive appearance and luxury
  • Resale value
  • Larger front surface with higher air resistance and relatively increased consumption
  • Lower safety in the event of a cab crash
  • Unfamiliar driving position
  • Relatively more unstable in lateral wind or thrust of a large passing vehicle due to its large surface area and higher center of gravity
  • Purchase cost
  • Lack of passenger front door

2. Semi-Partly Integrated ή Low Profile

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The cab of the original basic vehicle is still in place. Directly behind the driver’s cab is the actual living area, not fully but smoothly integrated into the body.

  • Value for money
  • Aerodynamics
  • Lower fuel consumption
  • Lower chassis and better driving characteristics
  • More intimate driving position
  • Smaller space in the cab
  • Lower height inside
  • The front bed restricts the seating area when in use
  • Insufficient driver cab insulation
  • Lower chassis with shorter distance from obstacles on the ground

3. Cabover / Alcove (origin = Arabic al-qubba, dome)

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The characteristically high roof construction, protrudes over the cab like a nose. Under the alcove is the cockpit with driver and passenger and in the alcove itself there is usually a comfortable double bed.

  • More economical market value
  • Indoor exploitation
  • The basic beds do not obstruct the living room
  • More beds and passengers
  • Large storage spaces
  • Poor aerodynamics
  • Highest fuel consumption
  • Limited view of driving position
  • Risk of loft accidents due to volume at high obstacles (shelters, trees, etc.)
  • Resale value
  • Unstable in lateral wind or shock wave of a large passing vehicle due to large surface
  • Over time the attic may crack

Modifications - Campervans

4. Van

There is only a reconstruction of the interior with the addition of windows, either by the motorhome company or the vehicle manufacturer. The vans are noticeably smaller in width compared to the motorhomes. This makes them very agile even in the narrowest streets of Greece, with an average width of 2.0m.

For short trips mainly and, with multifaceted use, sometimes they can be used as city vehicles replacing the daily city car. You are not standing inside and most of the vehicle is portable (WC, hob, shower, refrigerator).

The smallest dimension to stand upright inside. Either without bath-toilet and suitable for up to 4 passengers, or rarely with WC but for only two passengers. Capable of replacing your large family car.

The smallest dimension with bathroom-toilet for up to 4 passengers with the use of a double bunk at the back.

The smallest larger dimension with bathroom-toilet for 4 passengers using a double bunk at the back.

The largest dimension with bathroom-toilet for 4 passengers with the use of a double bunk at the back and rarely up to 5 people with an extra bed kit in the living room and an additional seat with a seat belt.

With the main bed usually parallel to the vehicle and therefore more comfortable and usually for 2-3 people.

  • Ease of parking and driving on narrow roads and off-road
  • Unified aesthetics
  • Aerodynamics and speed
  • Large openings in side and rear doors
  • Air recycling
  • Accessibility (possibility of ramp for the disabled)
  • View from different parts of the vehicle
  • Lower consumption
  • Sense of indoor comfort
  • Small storage spaces (lack of garage)
  • Winter insulation