Motorhome test: Eura Integra Line HS 650

The Eura Integra Line HS 650 starts its endurance test in the editorial office

Welcome to the team! With the Eura Integra Line, a fully integrated vehicle is finally back in the editorial team’s long-term test fleet. Right at the beginning, the newcomer goes on the test track.

D.Auertest premiere: We have never had a Eura for long-term viewing in the editorial office. The Integra Line 650 HS belongs to the upper middle class and will accompany us in our daily editorial work for a year. After numerous semi-integrated vehicles, panel vans and an alcove, a fully integrated vehicle is finally rolling into our fleet again.

The shortest integrated in the Eura program

Eura Integra Line 650 HS

The Eura’s body is made of GRP – this protects against damage from hail.

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That’s him: A 6.5 meter long motorhome for two people with an unusual floor plan. In the rear there is a wonderfully large round seating area for relaxing or for social gatherings. You sleep either in the manual fold-down bed above the driver’s cab seats or in the rear of the converted seating area. The 650 HS is the shortest integrated that Eura currently has in its range. It comes with a Fiat CCS low-frame chassis and 140 hp engine as standard. The 650 HS starts at 74,490 euros. Not a bargain, but the reasons for the high basic price quickly become apparent in the technology and structure. Eura grants a ten-year leakage guarantee on the completely sealed GRP body with wood-free walls. The electronics center of the body is safely and easily accessible in a box next to the passenger seat. The waste water can be emptied electrically at the push of a button. A lever only needs to be operated to empty the fresh water tank. One learns to appreciate such comfort in practice.

– High sleeping comfort with 7-zone cold foam mattresses– Wastewater does not drain well
– Electric drain valve for waste water tank– No storage option for the mattress of the extra bed
– Best visibility thanks to LED headlights with cornering lights– Fresh and waste water display only in 25% steps
– Easily accessible electronics center– Table with driver’s seats more annoying than useful
– Winter resistance thanks to the heated double floor– Little storage space in the rear garage

A feeling of comfort arises immediately

Eura Integra Line 650 HS

Inside, natural wood decor and a warm lighting atmosphere score points. The driver’s seats quickly become the second seating group.

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He has: A heated double floor as a technical highlight. On the one hand, this makes the Eura winter-proof, as the water tanks can be stored frost-proof. On the other hand, the on-board technology in the rear garage is easily accessible through the double floor. The only disadvantage of this type of construction: The gradient to the waste water tank is small and the water does not drain away if the vehicle is slightly tilted. Typically Eura is the homely decor called “Chalet”, which is reminiscent of lightly stained wood. In the interplay with the warm, indirect LED lighting and the curved furniture, a feeling of comfort arises as soon as you step into the mobile – all the more so as the lighting is also dimmable. The lamps in the pull-down bed are particularly elegant. Instead of long lists of equipment options, Eura offers its customers packages. Our test mobile has plenty of them on board: Mondial Edition (2190 euros), which includes the comfort and exclusive, the prestige (990 euros) and the exclusive design package (1990 euros). On top of that there is an extractor hood for our long-term tester (420 euros), carpeting for the assembly (390 euros) and the pre-cabling for a solar system (250 euros).

MultiJet II 140 HP (103 kW)
Fiat CCS low frame chassis
Waste water tank, insulated and heated
Conversion of seating group to bed
Cab seats with living area upholstery fabric
Cab darkening system
Left rear garage door
160 hp engine2500 euros
Alloy rims990 euros
Carpet construction390 euros
Extractor hood420 euros
Pre-wiring for solar system250 euro
Mondial Edition (comfort and touring package) with air conditioning in the driver’s cab, cruise control, pilot seats with lumbar support and height adjustment, radio navigation system, reversing camera, driver’s cabin carpet, roof hood with Heki, mosquito net door, electric roof fan, central locking2190 euros
Prestige package: steering wheel with controls and gear knob in leather, automatic climate control990 euros
Exclusive design package: LED headlights with cornering lights and fog lamps, radiator grille and decorative trims in chrome look, rear bumper with chrome applications1990 euros

Overtaking maneuvers on the motorway are not a problem

Eura Integra Line 650 HS

All safety systems such as ESP intervene in a timely and well-dosed manner in the limit area.

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So he drives: Regardless of whether it is a test track, long-distance stage on the motorway or city traffic – the Eura is impressive everywhere. Test editor Henning Klipp is enthusiastic about the chassis. All safety systems such as ESP intervene in a timely and well-dosed manner in the limit area. The Eura’s first business trip takes editor Helene Schmidt 3127 kilometers across Germany – from Hamburg to Schwerin, on to Munich and via Düsseldorf back to the Hanseatic city on the Elbe. With the 160 HP engine (2500 euros), which is subject to a surcharge, the Eura is more than well motorized with its dimensions and weight. The fully integrated vehicle even masters the Kassel mountains and overtaking maneuvers on the motorway quickly and relaxed. Two things are particularly noteworthy when it comes to visibility that the Eura does better than some competitors: In the dark, the LED headlights and cornering lights score, and in general the field of vision to the front of the road is pleasantly large thanks to the short front section. Top!

Conclusion from Helene Schmidt: At the beginning of the test, the Eura impressed with its safe driving behavior, comfort and winter-proof and easily accessible body technology. A good start. The next year will show what the long-term qualities look like. Judgment: four out of five.

Eura Integra Line 650 HS
Technical specifications
MotorizationMultiJet 160
Engine / type / cylinder /

Mounting position

Diesel / in series /

four / front lengthways

Displacement2287 cm3
kW (PS) at rpm117 (160) at 3500
Nm at rpm400 at 1500
Top speed130 km / h
transmissionSix-speed manual
driveFront wheel drive
Brakes front / rearDiscs / discs
Test car tires225/75 R 16 CP
Tire typeMichelin Agilis Camping
Tank capacity / fuel type75 l / diesel
Trailer load braked /


2000/750 kg
Length Width Height6500/2320/2880 mm
wheelbase3800 mm
0-50 km / h6.1 s
0-80 km / h12.8 s
0-100 km / h20.6 s
60-100 km / h12.0 s (4th gear)
80-110 km / h18.0 s (last gear)
Mass ready to drive3080 kg
Load / perm. Total weight420/3500 kg
Turning circle left / right14.1 / 14.3 m
Braking distance from 100 km / h cold51.1 m
from 100 km / h warm51.1 m
Interior noise at 50 km / h64 dB (A)
at 100 km / h71 dB (A)
Test consumption – CO211.9 l D – 315 g / km
Range892 km
Outer material

Wall / roof / floor

insulating material

Wall / roof / floor

XPS / Styrofoam / XPS
Wall thickness

Wall / roof / floor

30/30/38 mm
Roof hoods4th
Max. Interior height / width1980/2170 mm
Bed size rear (L x W)1850 x 2000 mm
stove3 flames
Fridge / freezer140/12 l
Seats /

with three-point belts

heaterTruma Combi 4
12/230 V sockets1/3
to shine14th
Body battery80 Ah, gel
Fresh water tank140 l
Waste water tank100 l
Gas supply2 x 11 kg
Costs / guarantees
Emission standardEuro 6d temp
Tax per year240 euros
Insurance (HPF / VK) *332/1876 euros
Workshop intervals24 months / 48,000 km
Guarantee base / rust perforation2/12 years
Guarantee structure / tightness3/10 years
Mobility guarantee2 years
Base price (with base engine)74,490 euros
Test car price83,200 euros
* VK SB 300 euros. TK SB 150 euros, annual payment; All statements without guarantee


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