Toleno L

The two berth Toleno L van conversion is compact, comfortable and distinctive in looks. Designed for intrepid couples looking for an easy to drive vehicle that will take them wherever their heart desires, and then provide a luxurious base to rest for the next big adventure.

  • 2 Berth
  • 2 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Toleno R

Perfectly suited to small, adventure seeking families, or couples with visiting friends, the Toleno R returns for another exciting season. Travel anywhere, rest at ease and explore to your heart’s content in this easy to drive and comfortable compact van conversion.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Toleno S

Brand-new for 2020 the two berth compact 6.36m Toleno S van conversion is ready and waiting to embark on romantic weekends breaks, extended tours throughout Europe and journeys along hard to reach British costal roads.

  • 2 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Zefiro 675

The ultimate vehicle for large adventurous families, the six berth Zefiro 675 makes an ideal family base. The whole family will feel at ease in the 675, thanks to the comfortable and stylish updated upholstery and dark wood furniture and vinyl flooring.

  • 6 Berth
  • 6 Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Zefiro 690

Embark on open roads, breath-taking scenery and endless journeys with your nearest and dearest in the Zefiro 690. A fresh look interior means you and your family can be comfortable while relaxing in one of the most stylish motorhomes on the market.

  • 6 Berth
  • 6 Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Zefiro 685

A popular choice in sporting, travelling families, the Zefiro 685 motorhome sleeps up to five people in a combination of fixed and make up beds. The high rear twin beds make way for an abundance of storage space, so all your favourite sporting equipment is never far from hand when on the road.

  • 4 (5 optional) Berth
  • 4 (5 optional) Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Zefiro 696

Expert craftsmanship is clear in the spacious design of the Zefiro 696, cleverly using every inch of space. If you’re a family who enjoy the finer things in life, the Zefiro 696 will allow you to travel wherever your heart desires without compromising on luxurious living.

  • 4 (5 optional) Berth
  • 4 (5 optional) Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Zefiro Sport

The new Zefiro Sport is a guaranteed success among sports fanatics and adventure lovers. Impressive internal storage and a huge garage with a 1.37m tall maxi side door means every piece of sporting equipment can be taken with your wherever you venture.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Auto-Roller 746

Whether you’re a large family or just enjoy hosting an evening of entertainment and drinks, the Auto-Roller 746 will fit your criteria. The sophisticated and spacious design of this motorhome suits families and friends alike.

  • 6 Berth
  • 5 (6 @ 3650Kg) Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Auto-Roller 707

Whether you’re a large family, love to travel with friends or are always welcoming unexpected guests when out exploring, the magnificent seven berth Auto-Roller 707 is your first-choice of motorhome. The impressive design and lavish bed layouts makes for a guaranteed peaceful night’s sleep.

  • 7 Berth
  • 6 (7 @ 3650kg) Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Auto-Roller 747

Bring family and friends together in the Auto-Roller 747’s masses of relaxation space. Innovative design, solid construction and modern styling combine to deliver an unbelievably sophisticated and well thought out motorhome.

  • 6 Berth
  • 6 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
T-Line 590

Suited to small families or couples, the T-Line 590 is the smallest in the T-Line range coming in at under 6m. Despite its slight size, the 590 never compromises on luxury features with an expansive specification beyond your imagination.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
T-Line 740

Delicate upholstery and sumptuous design combine with a practical layout and first class sleeping arrangements in the T-Line 740 to bring a touch of modern urban living to the open road. You’ll have never stepped into such a sanctuary on wheels as the T-Line 740 delivers.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
T-Line 743

A new addition for 2020, the T-Line 743 boasts a transverse island bed and favourable L-shaped kitchen. This four berth motorhome makes no compromise when it comes to modern and practical living on the road.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Pegaso 740

Whether travelling as a couple, with young children or as four adults, the Pegaso 740 A-Class motorhome magnificently delivers space and comfort on all accounts. Choose this Italian motorhome with UK features and a modern interior for life’s journey, no matter where it takes you.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Pegaso 745

For spacious day time relaxing areas and sumptuous night time sleeping arrangements, choose the four berth, top of the range Pegaso 745. With the largest bed coming in at an incredible 7ft by 6.1ft, you’ll never want to return home.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
Pegaso 590

At under 6m in length the Pegaso 590 cleverly combines a nimble drive and compact motorhome with sophisticated and first-class living quarters. Discover the Pegaso 590 and uncover the most affordable new A-Class motorhome on the market.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 120 BHP (as standard)
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Pegaso 740 review | MMM Magazine

Published on Thursday 23rd November 2017


MMM Magazine

I’m at Auto-Trail, not in Italy, for this test. Grimsby-based Auto-Trail is a very British company, producing a very British range of coachbuilts and panel van conversions. But it’s owned by French leisure giant, Trigano, and also acts as importer for the Roller Team range of motorhomes.


Whether it’s Auto-Trail’s influence, or just good business sense on the part of Trigano, I know not, but unlike the vast majority of continental imports, all Roller Teams are UK-handed.


Except that, last year, when the Pegaso 740 was launched as the marque’s first A-class in the UK, its habitation and cab doors remained on the continental side. Maybe Trigano was testing the water to see how well it sold. Well, it was obviously a success because now the habitation door has migrated. The cab door has been shifted, too – next to the steering wheel, allowing the driver to get in and out without the need to slide across the cab or go aft to emerge via the habitation door.


The Pegaso’s external design is up-to-date, displaying all the styling notes of a modern, entry-level A-class, with its expected acreage of white broken up to good effect by a grey grille and road lights surrounds, plus similarly hued skirts.


The wheeltrims do a reasonable job of imitating alloys, but without the attendant cost. Daytime running lights and tail-lights are LED and there’s a four-bike rack on the back. Finally, look up and you can spot the standard-fit 120W solar panel.


The habitation door is fitted with a window and a couple of shelves on its inside, so it’s far from basic spec. However, there’s no external step, so it’s a little bit of a stretch to get in, and noticeably further down to the ground than you might expect when leaving.


With white walls, white upper lockers and kitchen cabinet fronts and mostly white upholstery, the lounge and kitchen areas are noticeably bright. There are benefits, as the faux leather is wipe-clean, so red wine can be allowed on board and even consumed by clumsy me.


The driving department is furnished with a pair of captain’s seats – very stylish, multi-adjustable and with desirable built-in belts. And, instead of the usual ISRI or Aguti, these are branded FASP. They proved both supportive and comfortable.


The very well-equipped cab features electric mirrors, electric window for the cab door, air-conditioning, cruise control, Traction+, reversing camera with a dedicated monitor and a radio with TomTom sat-nav leave little else to be desired. And, added for this season, are steering wheel-mounted radio and hands-free controls.


Another significant addition is the fact that the whole Roller Team range is due to gain NCC (National Caravan Council) approval.


The Pegaso proved easy to drive, the mirrors worked extremely well and the reversing camera was a boon for someone who’s bad at going backwards! The bane of A-class drivers – direct sunlight coming through the big windscreen – is well controlled by a large blind that proved easy to operate.


The designers at Roller Team have made a pretty good job of things in the lounge. The side section of the L-shaped sofa is wide enough to not be accused of being a mere perch and the rest are generous and comfortable enough. As usual, the swivelled cab seats are the best in the house and face the TV bracket, which is mounted just inside the habitation door.


The table is big and positioned well enough for the five folks that might reasonably sit here to dine. It can be slid out of the way when through progress is needed.


Lighting seems good and, apart from a rectangular fitting mounted on the underside of the drop-down bed, there’s a considerable length of LED strip, mounted just about everywhere (including beneath the drop-down bed and under and over lockers).


The Pegaso has a Thetford Duplex, a combined oven/grill that’s big enough to tackle a roast, but not so big that it’ll take over lots of kitchen space. Though, what’s left for cutlery is just a little plastic tray in the adjacent triangular cupboard.


I’d prefer a smaller fridge and some drawers in the galley but, if your motorhoming life has to include baking and roasting, you may well accept the lack of drawers as a sacrifice worth making. On a brighter note, there is good locker space above, a slim, pull-out larder and a big cupboard above the fridge.

Pegaso 740

Working surface is reasonably versatile, thanks to a divided, drop-in sink cover and, next door, the stylish Can three-burner hob.


The washbasin is centrally mounted on a transverse wall that helps separate the bedroom from the bathroom, along with a sliding door on each side. Another sliding door separates the washroom from the rest of the living area.


Washroom floor space is good, and so is storage – sensibly sized cupboards, plus pigeonhole shelving. Space is compromised in the otherwise roomy shower by the intrusion of a wheelarch, while opposite, the same can be said for the (new-model) toilet. Here the compromise is height from the floor – there’s too much of it for comfortable sitting. A footrest is needed.


The island bed is big, and, unlike many, there’s hardly any narrowing or radiusing to the bed at the foot. You should not wake up in the night to find one leg hanging out in the cold.


The aforementioned bed is height-adjustable, so a large locker becomes a garage using a handle operated through one of the two external doors.


The foot of the bed is home to the Truma Combi boiler and it’s the more powerful model, running on gas and/or mains power when hooked up.


With its 3,500kg maximum weight chassis, anyone with a car licence can drive but, at this weight, payload is quite low.


Thankfully, a chassis upgrade is available (to 3,650kg), but then check your licence to make sure you are legal to drive it.


If you enjoyed this review, you can read the full version and more in the December 2017 issue of MMMmagazine.


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