EarthRoamer XV-LT

Is not EarthRoamer XV-LT

Question: what do you get when you take a Ford F-550 commercial duty chassis and build a first-class camper on top of it? Answer: you get an EarthRoamer XV-LT, a mobile living habitat that is to regular RVs what a ‘67 Plymouth Fury is to a Prius. This is one recreational vehicle that can boldly take you where no one has gone before.


The EarthRoamer XV-LT offers three floor plans: regular, super, and crew cab. Each looks like a beefed-up version of the highway-bound RVs you’ll see at any camper dealership. Where the EarthRoamer really shines is in the details, like the molded composite exteriors, marine-grade building materials, and hand-crafted quality that shows in a million different ways. EarthRoamer’s website makes it clear that the company has no interest in marketing to the budget-minded among us. These units are built one at a time in a large workshop located in Colorado, USA.


At first glance, the EarthRoamer’s interior resembles pretty much any RV built in the last decade. Where these vehicles really stand apart is in their ability to offer all the comforts of home for extended periods, in locations that are miles away from power and septic lines. Lengths range from 22’11” to 27’10”, depending on the package you choose, and can accommodate from 2 to 8 adventure-minded souls in spacious comfort.


All EarthRoamer XV-LT models are driven by a Ford commercial-grade turbo-charged diesel powerplant. With a 12,500 pounds maximum towing capacity, you’ll have plenty of power to bring along your SUV, 4 x 4, or WWII surplus Jeep – or all three, if the mood hits you. Designed to meet the challenges of the toughest roads, the EarthRoamer is the biggest, baddest, most ask-kicking adventure vehicle we’ve ever seen. Now if only Santa will be kind enough to tuck one in our stocking at the end of this year.

EarthRoamer XV-LT