The 310 has a front end parallel-sofa lounge ahead of the kitchen, with – the probable reason to buy – a bathroom with separate shower across the rear.
The living area packs a lot in, so there are a few compromises. Sofas are of unequal length, but both residents can get feet-up lounging, bums on swivelled cab seats, feet on sofas. Dining is simple and effective, with a free-standing table which stows in the wardrobe.
The lounge easily becomes a transverse double bed that is comfortable.
Beneath the seating there’s good storage with a handy external hatch on the nearside.
The cook’s domain is nicely equipped with a full cooker and a microwave and a flip-up worktop. There’s quite a bit of stowage in here, too, The fridge is commendable as it’s tall and slim.
In the bathroom there’s a good basin, plenty of worktop surface, a second wardrobe and a loo set nice and low. A roof vent and large, obscured window make for good ventilation, and there’s a blind and flyscreen to the window