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The Ace Firenze, Bessacarr E495 and Swift Sundance 630L are essentially the same vehicle with fine detail differences. So, if there is something you don't particularly care for about the Firenze (say the upholstery pattern or external decoration) then you may find the Swift or Bessacarr version offers an alternative more to your liking. The latest Firenze is a lengthy (7.5m) motorhome and the extra long wheelbase will produce a wide turning circle. The vehicle's 3850kg Maximum Authorised Mass should allow adequate payload for 4 people travelling but (due to driving licence limitations) will narrow the resale marketplace somewhat. The 3850kg chassis also has implications when driving abroad (speed limits, toll charges, access restrictions). I believe the rearward-facing travel seats may not be fitted with security belts. However, these things are basically just facts of life. The only specific criticism I would make is that the 70litre capacity fresh-water tank is decidedly stingy for a 'family design' motorcaravan able to sleep 6 people. Whether this matters would, of course, depend on how you plan to use the vehicle. You are probably aware that the Fiat Ducato/Peugeot Boxer/Citroen Jumper is due for replacement/revision in 2006 (and this is also true for the Mercedes Sprinter, VW LT and Ford Transit).
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