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First pictures of 2013 Roller Team motorhomes

Posted on 26 Jul 2012

Daniel Attwood

Auto Roller 694 motorhome
Auto Roller 694 motorhome

Here are the first pictures of the new range from Roller Team – the Italian marque manufactured by the massive Trigano Group and imported and distributed here by Auto-Trail


These exclusive pictures were only snapped by Outandaboutlive.co.uk yesterday, which means you are among the first people in the country to see these 2013 models, which include two new layouts that should prove very popular with UK buyers.
These new layouts feature in the Auto Roller 694 (pictured below).



The 694 has a rear French bed




and a side facing sofa up front in the optional family version (pictured) or twin side-facing sofas in the standard model



The 694 has its kitchen located centrally.



The other new layout is the Auto Roller 746 (pictured below).




The 746, which replaces the shorter 706, has a large Brit-friendly rear U-shaped lounge.




Ahead of that large U-shaped lounge is the kitchen



And forward of that a typical dinette with travel seats




There are two ranges from Roller Team – the Auto Roller range and the T Line range – that are built on either Ford Transit or Fiat Ducato base vehicles.

Within these two ranges, are eight models for 2013: the Auto-Roller 200, 695, 694, 707 and 746 and the T Lines 670, 680 and 700 (pictured below).



You can read more about these Italian-made motorhomes, including how you can get one of these 2013 models at 2012 prices and why the manufacturer has decided to drop the Ci name and sell them all under the Roller Team brand, in the next issue of MMM magazine, which goes on sale on August 23.
Order your copy here.


Roller Team is not the only manufacturer to have frozen its prices, Bailey has too. Find out more about it HERE

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2 comments so far...

1.jadsett
29 Jul 2012 09:31
As a proud owner of a '10 Autoroller 500, I think the darker wood finish in the '12 and now '13 models is a retrograde step. Makes the inside seem very dingy.
Lighter locker doors and unholstery trim in the '13 model goes only a little way to offset the effect.

I will not be rushing to upgrade.
2.jadsett
29 Jul 2012 09:31
As a proud owner of a '10 Autoroller 500, I think the darker wood finish in the '12 and now '13 models is a retrograde step. Makes the inside seem very dingy.
Lighter locker doors and unholstery trim in the '13 model goes only a little way to offset the effect.

I will not be rushing to upgrade.
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