Excellent for families with children, this 6 berth motorhome offers a comfortable place to relax on holiday. For a great night’s sleep, the 675 includes 2 double beds, with a large over cab bed and twin rear bunk beds. If you don’t need all three beds, the bottom bunk bed can be easily stowed away creating a large storage space ideal for bicycles and sports equipment. The dinette has enough space for six people, creating a space perfect for family meals.
For families who like to travel in comfort, the Zefiro 690 includes a fitted double bed to relax in at the end of a long day. Being able to sleep six with six dining places, the 690 is ideal for families. With an overcab bed, the 690 features comfortable sleeping arrangements throughout and means you get to experience the most amount of space during the day, with features such as a large washroom and separate shower cubicle.
An ideal motorhome for those who enjoy entertaining guests, the Zefiro 685 features five beds. Much like a hi-line motorhome, you can still benefit from an extra bed with this low profile Zefiro, with a double drop down bed above the lounge, easily storable during the day. A large garage is accessible from both the inside and outside, with storage space beneath the single beds being accessible from external ‘G’ doors.
For ultimate luxury, the Zefiro 696 includes an island bed towards the rear with bed side tables, providing that hotel feeling. This 5 berth motorhome includes a drop down bed which is quick and easy to assemble, and easy to stow away during the day. Offering a comfortable extra bed for guests whilst maintaining the same great amount of space. The L-shaped lounge creates seating for up to 5 people during the day.
Perfect for socialising and relaxing at the end of the day, the 746 offers a 6ft U-shaped lounge, easily converting into either a single or double bed come night. The double dinette provides even more seating and another double bed, along with the overcab bed, there is comfortable sleeping areas for up to six people. With no fitted beds, the 746 makes the most of the space during both the day and the evenings.
Roller Team’s only 7 berth motorhome, the Auto-Roller 707, is the ultimate family motorhome. This low line motorhome has been expertly designed to fit 7 comfortable beds throughout the model, including twin rear bunks, a drop down bed, and lounge beds. Whether you are traveling as a family or taking a group holiday, the 707 provides everything you need. If you don’t require all the beds, the bottom rear bunk can be stowed away to create a large garage space, ideal for bicycles or sports equipment.
The 747 offers comfortable sleeping arrangements for up to 6 people in the lo-profile motorhome. If you find yourself relaxing in the evenings, the large U-shaped lounge provides the perfect space for everyone to sit and socialise, doubling as another bed come night. The double dinette offers seating next to the kitchen, with a mounted table making it ideal for meal times.
Measuring just under 6m, the compact T-Line 590 four berth, provides a coachbuilt motorhome with all of the features without being too large and difficult to drive. The 590 makes no compromises on features, with a spacious rear washroom and storage space accessible from both the inside and out. For couples who love to travel and explore, this lo-line motorhome provides everything you need.
The T-Line 740 provides a rear island bed offering sleeping luxury, accessible from either side and includes two wardrobes. This rear bedroom is like no other, with steps leading up to the double bed from the central, modern washroom. Sliding doors off the bedroom and toilet keep day and night separate, and offer more privacy. An L-shaped dinette provides comfortable seating during meal times and the evening, with a mounted table for meals and drinks.
The T-Line 785 is generous with storage, offering draws and wardrobes under beds and steps. The twin beds in a separate bedroom have the option to be joined to create a double bed, and offer privacy and separation from the main living area. Ideal for couples, the 785 also offers a drop down bed, great for children or those surprise guests. For a comfy place to relax and enjoy meals together, the L-shaped dinette provides comfortable and stylish seating.
The A-Class motorhome provides a similar layout to the T-Line 740, with a central washroom and rear island bed. The bed can be lowered to suit your needs and a drop down bed above the lounge offers curtains for added privacy. The extra space in the Pegaso allows for a larger lounge, with comfortable seating for meal times and relaxing at the end of the day.
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