Burstner Ixeo Yime IT 585 Motorhome Video Review

Burstner produce some very high quality and well designed motorhomes and the Ixeo Yime IT 585 in the video review below is no exception. Its a low profile coach built 4 berth motorhome based on a Peugeot Boxer chassis and its only 6 meters long.

At the back of the van is the gas locker where the door fixes securely for loading and unloading the bottle. There is also a very handy storage locker towards the front of the motorhome. The door has an electric step and no window which the reviewer states is a good choice to improve security. I do agree with the reviewer that the Champaign colouring on the outside of the van does give it a good look, as it is a cost option though that choice would depend on how much extra Burster would want. Another neat little design touch is the rear central brake late has been incorporated into the Burster logo.

The lounge area in the Ixeo Yime IT 585 motorhome is very impressive with a good sized table. There are two belted seats and the table drops down so it can be converted to a bed. The second bed in the Burstner is another really good piece of design as it drops down over the lounge area.

There is more kitchen workspace in the Ixeo Yime IT 585 than you see in many much larger motorhomes. Also the ability to remove and reposition the spot lights shows the attention to detail that has been made producing the van. The sink is a good large size with drainer all made from stainless steel. While in the kitchen though you need to be aware the washroom door is directly behind you.

The washroom is another area where the design Burstner has used impressed me. Generally I’m not a fan of motorhomes/caravans without a separate shower, as you will get the toilet wet and it generally makes using the washroom less practical. However in the Ixeo Yime IT 585 there is a shower screen which will address the issue. The swivel sink is another clever idea that while small does help to make more space available when not in use.

I do really like this motorhome as its small enough to park in most locations but has the living, sleeping and cooking space of vans which are much larger.


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