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SOLD Pilote Explorateur G741

Discussion in 'Motorhomes for sale' started by Lazyboy, Jul 17, 2016.

  1. Lazyboy

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    image.jpeg 2013 Pilote G741 for sale. 150 bhp ,6 speed manual gearbox. Green"Umvelt" sticker. 23,800 miles. In excellent condition. MOT May 2017. Transverse double bed over a large garage with drop down double at the front. This van is ready to go with many extras fitted, reversing camera, cobra alarm, 2x 110Ah gel batteries, 1,000W Waeco pure sine wave inverter, 140W solar panel, Oyster vision 2 automatic satellite system with Avtex TV, external gas barbecue point, Truma Combi 6E warm air heater with integrated 10 litre hot water boiler. ( kept us warm in Chamonix!), 4.5m Fiamma external awning. Original carpets have never been used. Supplied with external screen cover and Millenco Quatro levelling blocks. LED bulbs throughout. Service history available. Ready to go on or off sites. £49,995
     

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  2. Theonlysue

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  3. Lazyboy

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    Oops we are new to this and hadn't realised pictures will follow shortly
     
  4. Lazyboy

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    Just added one for now but need to go out and take a few more please bear with us
     
  5. Popeye

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    I think not including pics is just plain LAZY
     
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  6. Lazyboy

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    No, not lazy just very new to this and had no idea, apologies
     
  7. klaatu

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    I think it was a joke, alluding to your forum user name...
     
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  8. Lazyboy

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    Awake now and got it. Just rushing to get things done!
     
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  9. Smith and Sharp

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    Great van.... Good luck(y)
     
  10. The Wino

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    Any idea what the payload is and length
     
  11. Robert Clark

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    Is it on a Fiat chassis?
     
  12. Lazyboy

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    Length of motorhome is 7.45m and payload is 900kgs approx
     
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    Fiat Ducato with al-ko chassis
     
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  14. Wagoneer

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    Looks like a nice van. I guess it's RHD and on an ALCO chassis. Reason for selling?
     
  15. Lazyboy

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    It is a lovely van in excellent condition. It is our intention to purchase another larger motorhome as soon as we have sold this one because we are due to retire shortly and want to spend more time in it.
     
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    Its a lovely van but well outside my price range. Good luck selling it.
     
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    One to keep your eye out for, @SteveandDenise are starting to talk of changing and it really is immaculate for its age and loaded with extras. I expect you could get that for 75- 80 k. Nice.

    Remember you heard it here first.

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    Thanks for the info. Will see how we get on selling this one first but appreciate the heads up.
     
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