I used to give the hand overs for a local dealer and as such I would drive a variety of makes and models.
Only my opinion but I always preferred the Peugeot to the equivalent Fiat until you got to the A Class the I really liked the Fiats. I can only assume it was the engine mapping that made the drive different.
So I would strongly advise having a decent test drive on all road types. I used to take customers through a town and back on to the motorway and then winding lanes back. About 45 minutes to an hour. Worth doing, Motorhomes are not cheap and you need to be sure.
I imagine they are all pretty decent when they leave the factory apart from known historical faults. I am the second owner of my 3.0 litre Fiat with full service history and all the issues under the bonnet are related to those who were paid to do a job properly. I found missing screws and bolts from my engine under trays, broken air filter housing and rounded out screw heads on the same, scuttle and air intake water drains both dislocated. Other items too but all related to badly done product recall work and servicing.
Hi, The other thing is some are rear wheel drive and some are front wheel drive,front wheel drive on grass are mostly useless,as you can read in the forums,auto gearbox is also one to watch out for,most have problems,but the choice is yours,as already posted drive them first,regards H.