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ROLLER TEAM HAS launched a selection of family-friendly entry-level motorhomes for 2014: the Zefiro range.

ROLLER TEAM HAS launched a selection of family-friendly entry-level motorhomes for 2014: the Zefiro range.


Made in the large Trigano manufacturing plant in Italy, Auto-Roller motorhomes are imported by Auto-Trail. Roller Team has been producing better equipped motorhomes lately. To cater for the entry-level price bracket, it has come up with Zefiro, two new Ducato-based mid-sized multi-berth overcab models with prices starting as low as £39,990 OTR.
For 2014 all the low-line Auto-Rollers have had their overcab mouldings reshaped to look more aerodynamic and fluid and when ordering it is now possible to order the extra-cost Open Sky panoramic rooflight. All models (except Auto-Roller 707 & 746) have two rear travel seats. 

Since last year Roller-Team motorhomes have been built using their ExPs construction system. This involves thicker cladding, better insulation and laminated plastic interior walls. As a result they are now stronger and more resistant to water ingress. Extensive product testing went well, so they now offer a ten-year body integrity warranty.

2014 Auto-Roller Zefiro range

The new 2014 Auto-Roller Zefiro range has just been launched: two new Ducato-based mid-sized multi-berth overcab models. Zafiro has light-coloured furniture, in contrast with the dark wood cabinetry in the rest of Roller Team's 2014 'vans. Prices for the Zefiro models start as low as £39,990 OTR.

2014 Auto-Roller Zefiro 675 VFM

Price £39,990

Zefiro 675 
VFM is an overcab coachbuilt with forward dinette, central kitchen with washroom opposite and twin transverse rear bunks/bike garage. Length: 6.65m (21ft 10in). Based on a Fiat Ducato. Weight: 3,500kg/3650kg


2014 Auto-Roller Zefiro 690G

Zefiro 690G
 Similar layout to the 675 but with a high-level transverse double-bed above a large motorbike garage at far rear. Length: 6.99m (22ft 11.25in). Base vehicle: Fiat Ducato. Weight: 3,500/3650kg 


Who is Roller Team?

Originally Auto-Roller was an independent family-owned company making both touring caravans and motorcaravans. In 1996 it was taken over by the Italian-owned CI Group and a couple of years later the production of its motorhomes transferred to what is still one of the biggest motor caravan factories in Europe.
The Italian CI Group was originally a UK based conglomerate of caravan and motorhome manufacturers led by the visionary Sam Alper. When Caravan International (CI) collapsed in 1994 the Italian importer bought the name and successfully recommenced motorhome production. 


Roller Team, Trigano House, Genesis Way, Europarc, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN37 9TU.  
Tel 01462 571 000

Manufacturer: Trigano SpA, Loc.Cusona, 53037 – San Gimignano, Siena, Italy


Kate Taylor
Practical Motorhome

October 2013

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