The German brand Frankia is part, with Le Voyageur, of two luxury divisions of the Pilote group. Classified mainly in the heavy category, all of its caravans are designed and assembled across the Rhine.
With more than 60 years of experience in the sector, Frankia has wisely diversified its catalog over time. If the Marktschorgast manufacturer is primarily known for its Premium integrals, with its F-Line and Titan ranges on the Fiat Ducato, or even the M-Line and Platin on the Mercedes Sprinter, it still produces bodywork, which is still popular in its local market.
Frankia also started fitting out vans. Christened the Yucon, this family has four Mercedes Sprinter models that are between 5.93 and 6.97 m long. Some stand out, such as the 7.0 Lounge with the living area moved back and which can be converted into a bedroom thanks to the sofa bed.
Frankia has allocated a new production area dedicated to the production of Neo. The latter on the chassis of the Mercedes Sprinter cab, until now only existed in low-profile versions with MT7 BD (transverse bed) and GDK (double bed) versions. For 2023, two integrals appear in the same range, named MI7 BD (6.80 m) and MI7 GDK (7 m). They use the same plans and atmosphere with two finishes (standard or black line). Approved in the 3.5 t category, with two basic registration seats (expandable to four depending on vehicle equipment), they do not require a HGV license to drive them.
WHAT YOU MUST REMEMBER
- 2 new integral parts in the Neo range on Mercedes
- Rationalization of engines on Fiat (140 and 180 HP)
- Comfort+ Pack on Fiat (car air conditioning, auxiliary heating and wireless charging for smartphones)
- Removal of models in the F-Line, M-Line, Titan and Platin series