A few weeks back we were fortunate enough to get a visit from Paul Owen. He is an author for the Motorhomes, Caravans and Destinations Magazine and I was very excited to introduce him to the Smith family as well as having some time to show him our Pilote and Le Voyageur Motorhomes.
We are absolutely in love with both brands and are always happy to share our thoughts and listen to the opinion of a seasoned automotive writer. Please feel free to click on the link below and check out what Paul thought and read his full review of the Pilote P740 motorhome.
"French motorhome group, Pilote, celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, so it’s timely to look back on the humble origins of France’s second-largest motorhome manufacturer and see how far it has come, says Paul Owen.
It all kicked off back in 1962 when André Padiou built a humble little caravan in a small corner of his father’s cabinet-making workshop in La Limouzinière, near Nantes in western France. These days, the Pilote Group is a motorhome-making machine, producing 7000 RVs a year and selling them under six brands, including the upmarket Frankia and Le Voyageur marques. The $203,990 7.4m Pilote P740 sampled here sits smack in the middle of the group’s wide model range in terms of size, stature, branding and price, and could therefore represent the sweet spot when it comes to value for money. At first glance it would appear to stick to the same template as chosen by a lot of four-berth European semi-integrated, low-profile motorhomes of this popular length."
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