Jeep has introduced a new line of off-road trailer campers, which can go just about anywhere. Details inside
Jeep has introduced a new line of off-road trailer campers, which can go just about anywhere.
Styled after the Wrangler Rubicon, the Trail Edition camper features 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels, taillights, fender flares, Jeep badging, and hood-tie downs. It also boasts lightweight tubular-aluminum construction, 32-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, a torsion-bar / trailing-arm suspension, diamond-plated rocker guards, and 12 inches (305 mm) of ground clearance.
If that isn't hard core enough, you can order the Extreme Trail Edition camper. It has a heavy-duty frame, 15 inches (381 mm) of ground clearance, diamond-plated aluminum fenders, and 35-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires.
Inside, both campers have 76 inches (1,829 mm) of headroom, a queen-size bed, a sofa bed, a stowable center table, and a 110-volt power inverter.
According to Mike Manley, President and CEO of Jeep, "The Jeep brand is widely known for providing its customers with a sense of freedom and adventure, with a mix of vehicles to take them wherever they want to go. Thanks to our friends at Mopar, the Jeep experience may now be taken to a new level. Families may hook up an off-road Jeep camper to their capable Jeep vehicle and enjoy an ultimate outdoor adventure that no other manufacturer can offer."
Available in August, the Trail Edition camper will be priced from $9,995 while the Extreme Trail Edition goes for $11,995.
Check out the press release for additional information