The Peugeot PLA Privilege 390
This well appointed 5 Berth Motorhome comes with Italian design and style throughout plus many luxury features included as standard.
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Rental information and details of what's included with your Motorhome Hire.
Vehicle Familiarisation Tour
Insurance for 1 driver in the UK
Free secure parking if required
RAC Breakdown cover
First aid kit
Electric hook up cable
Hose pipe for freshwater filling
Crockery, cutlery, mugs, glasses
Basic kitchen pack
Fridge, shower & toilet
Camping Chairs and Table
Towel hire: £5 per hire per person
BBQ hire: £50 per week
Gazebo Hire: £30 per week
EU driving insurance: £40 per week
Extra drivers: £10 per day
Sleeping Bags £20 each
Pillows £5 each
Duvet £20 each
Wi-Fi £10 plus data charge
Bike Rack £30 per week
Extra Gas £50 per bottle
More details about the Privilege 390 Motorhome
The Privilege PLA 390 is a surprisingly well specified five-berth low-profile,
Like all PLAs it’s built on a right-hand drive, six-speed manual, 130bhp, Peugeot Boxer chassis-cab with 3,500kg gross weight.
Extensive kit list aside, this is a 6.95m low-profile with a rear garage and twin single beds above. The interior layout holds few surprises but the finishing touches, such as the impressively large soft-close kitchen drawers and the shower tray’s solid cover (so you can stand to use the basin without fear of damaging the tray underneath) impress.
Up front, the cab’s chairs turn to face the half-dinette (with two seatbelts) with a removable table (with extension) and a side-facing single seat on the offside.
There is a large skylight above the cab, but the rest of the ceiling is obscured by the electric drop-down bed (1.95m by 1.01m). Above the dinette bench is the standard-fit TV. A single bed can also be made up from the lounge seating.
The central kitchen has a straight galley unit with Domestic three-burner gas hob and rectangular sink set into the worktop, which has a flip-up extension. Below are those huge drawers, while beside the sink is a 142-litre Thetford fridge/freezer with an oven/grill above. The latter would be too high except that the steps leading up to the beds are perfectly sited for lifting hot food from the oven.
Opposite is the all-in-one washroom, which incorporates a semi-separate shower, closed off with folding Perspex doors. There is a swivel cassette loo and a small oval basin with storage above and below.
Finally, at the rear, are the twin single beds (1.97m by 0.80m and 1.90m by 0.67m), which can be made into a large double using infill cushions. The beds are accessed by three large steps and access to the storage below is found at the side of the steps.
The garage beneath has twin access doors, with the largest (1.05m by 0.75m) being big enough to load bikes. There’s ample payload, too – just over half a tonne