Toleno L

Discover an all-new two berth compact van conversion; the Toleno L. Perfect for intrepid couples looking for an easy to drive vehicle that will comfortably take them wherever their heart desires, and then provide a luxurious base to rest up for the next adventure.

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

Designed for small, adventurous families, or couples with visiting friends, meet the all-new Toleno R. Travel anywhere, rest at ease and explore to your heart’s content in this easy to drive and comfortable compact leisure conversion.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 115 BHP (as standard)
Zefiro 675

The Zefiro 675 is the ultimate vehicle for adventurous family holidays. Take all your loved ones away in this six-berth, stunningly designed motorhome. You’ll feel at ease when you relax 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

Imagine open roads, breath-taking scenery and endless journeys all shared with your nearest and dearest. The Zefiro 690 offers just that. Ample living and sleeping space, combined with 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

As one of the larger Zefiro models, the 685 is an impressive 7.45m in length and has either four or five berths. It also has high fixed rear twin beds, providing an abundance of space underneath which is suitable for sports equipment, making this motorhome the first choice for sporty, travelling families.

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

The full 7.45m length of the Zefiro 696 has been elegantly designed to use every inch of space to provide either four or five sumptuous sleeping places and sufficient day time living areas for all. 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)
Auto-Roller 746

If you travel in large groups, or always end up inviting half the campsite to your motorhome for an evening of entertainment, the Auto-Roller 746 is the logical choice for you. The sophisticated and spacious design of this motorhome suits families and friends alike.

  • 6 Berth
  • 5 (6 optional) Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Auto-Roller 707

The first and only choice for large families; the Auto-Roller 707 is well-designed, using every inch of space to provide a guaranteed peaceful night’s sleep for up to seven. If travelling with friends and family is your perfect getaway, the 707 is the obvious choice.

  • 7 Berth
  • 6 (7 optional) Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Auto-Roller 747

There is no better motorhome to bring families together than the Auto-Roller 747 with 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
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
T-Line 590

As the smallest in the T-Line range, the 590 is great for small families or couples alike. Although measuring a touch less than 6m, there is no compromise on luxury or features, with a expansive standard specification for 2019.

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

From the delicate upholstery and sumptuous design, to practical layout and first class sleeping arrangements, the T-Line 740 brings touches of modern urban living to the open road. This four or five berth, dynamic motorhome is a sanctuary on wheels for wherever you decide to travel.

  • 4 (5 optional) Berth
  • 5 Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
T-Line 785

Ingenious design offers plenty of relaxation spots, comfortable beds and handy storage space for five in the T-Line 785. Get away from the stresses of everyday life and hit the road in guaranteed comfort with the 785.

  • 4 (5 optional) Berth
  • 5 Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
Pegaso 740

Experience the freedom of the open road, the Italian flair of the Roller Team brand and the privacy of a boutique hotel all at once when you travel in the Pegaso 740. This magnificently designed A-Class motorhome is the ideal home from home for up to four adults or a family alike.

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 130 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 back home.

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

Are you looking for a practical and stylish A-Class motorhome that won’t break the bank? We’ve got the answer; the Pegaso 590 is expected to the most affordable A-Class on the market – achieve A-Class ownership with Roller Team’s Pegaso 590!

  • 4 Berth
  • 4 Seatbelts
  • 130 BHP (as standard)
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Pegaso 745 review | Peter Roberts Customer

Published on Tuesday 15th May 2018

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Pegaso 745





Customer guest blogger: Julie Marshall. Motorhomes are a wonderful way to holiday because they allow you to travel in comfort and in style. You can pack up everything you could possibly need before you leave home and then visit far flung corners of the UK and Europe without worrying about where you are going to spend the night.


There are models in all sizes, from the tiny to the huge, with prices to suit all budgets.


But before you take the plunge and invest in a motorhome it’s worth hiring one for a few days, which is exactly what I did.


I arranged to hire a motorhome from Peter Roberts Caravans & Motorhomes, of Honley, Huddersfield – as well as selling motorhomes and caravans they also offer a fleet of motorhomes for hire.


I chose one of their Roller Team motorhomes so I could take advantage of the Italian style, and I’m glad I did because Peter Roberts provide you with a range of beautiful motorhomes that I have ever seen.


The motorhome we hired had a stunning interior, with sumptuous leather-looking seats in pristine white with a rich chocolate trim. The motorhome also came with a very practical laminate floor, plus ingenious storage, which helps emphasis the fact that it has been designed from the chassis up. Another genius idea is that the passenger door in the cab has been done away with, and instead a clever storage bin has been incorporated on the inside, as well as a locker, which is accessible from the outside.


The fridge freezer combination is particularly impressive – offering a large freezer compartment, and an even larger fridge with a really clever chillier drawer that can be filled with bottles of milk, wine and soft drinks – or anything else for that matter.


Cooking is made easy with a three-ring burner, oven and grill that conveniently sits alongside the sink with a mixer tap.


Our four-berth motorhome came with a double bed, which easily pulls down from the roof, eliminating the need to clamber in and out, and a large U-shaped lounge that easily converts into a super king-size bed.


But, I’m getting ahead of myself. After a thorough briefing at Peter Roberts we hit the open road, three women on a mission (me, my sister and our mum). We planned to visit the village near Whitehaven, Cumbria, where our ancestors had lived for generations before following the coal to Yorkshire.


Within a mile we’d hit a road closure and a diversion so we followed the Sat Nav that took us a different way, which meant we were able to call in to see some friends at the Prince of Wales pub in Foxfield.


Our motorhome behaved impeccably: the gutsy 130 bhp Fiat Ducato diesel engine propelled it up the hills without faltering and the precise steering meant I always felt in complete control. Our particular model came with the six-speed manual gearbox as standard; the driver and passenger sit high, giving a great view of the road ahead through the panoramic windscreen, with two further passengers being accommodated on a rear bench behind.


We had booked into a campsite at St Bees for two nights and our pitch was just feet away from the shoreline. By this time it was really windy, the rain was coming down and the sea was a mass of boiling waves.


Electricity plugged in, gas turned on and it was time for our first cup of tea. We were spoilt for choice when it came to where to sit: as well as the rear lounge the front seats swivel round to make a great dining area with plenty of room for four.


Everything you could possibly need is easily to hand, the washroom is spacious with plenty of storage room and incorporates a decent-sized shower, hand basin and modern toilet, and the whole interior of the motorhome has been thoughtfully planned out to make maximum use of space.


As the temperature dropped we fired up the heating, which took away the chill in the air and made for a comfortable environment while we cooked, chatted and enjoyed a glass of wine.


A quick stroll along a deserted beach and then it was time to turn in for the night. The lounge became a bed in minutes and the dropdown bed made up in double quick time.


We fell asleep to the sound of the sea and the gentle rocking of the motorhome in the wind.


Next day it was up and away to Georgian town of Whitehaven, which has a rich history of mining and shipping. My maternal grandfather worked down the local mines until the coal ran out and his mother was a ship captain’s daughter so I can lay claim to both industries in my genes. There’s loads to do with imaginative museums relating the area’s rum trade, mining and seafaring and the harbour that was a noisy, smelly industrial port in my mother’s time here, but is now a pleasant place to stroll around in the sun.


Then it was on to Parton, once a thriving fishing port and a hive of other industries, such as tanneries and a large brewery. We found time to visit mum’s elderly cousin and also her childhood friend who had celebrated her 80th birthday the day before.


It was back to the motorhome to prepare our evening meal. We spent the rest of the evening chatting and reminiscing and catching up on gossip and wished we weren’t going home the next day.


Packing up a motorhome is but the work of minutes and after breakfast we were off on the road again. This time we took the A66 to the A1M and we were back in Honley in just over three-and-a-half hours.


Our motorhome experience was without fault and we’d certainly recommend it to anyone who likes the freedom to choose when and where they go.


Fancy hiring a motorhome for your next holiday? Visit Peter Roberts Caravans & Motorhomes for more details.

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