Price: See below for individual models. And prepare to gasp!
EarthRoamer Xpedition Vehicles come in two styles. Both are designed to travel to four-wheel drive accessible, remote locations and provide a comfortable year-round camping experience without dependence on external power or utility hook ups. Basically, these things are self-contained, highly portable base-camps.
EarthRoamer XVs are the perfect vehicle for a four-month expedition through Central America, or just a week-long Sea Kayaking trip to Baja.
All the vehicles utilize solar energy as a primary power source for lights and appliances eliminating the need for a noisy generator.
The Earthroamer comes in two different styles to meet all your adventure expedition needs:
Price: $200,000 – $230,000 depending on options chosen and custom work.
The EarthRoamer XV-LT is designed for 2 plus 2 (two adults and two children) camping for extended periods. Equipped with up to 90 gallons of diesel fuel and 85 gallons of fresh water, you can travel as far as you like and stay as long as you want in complete comfort.
The XV-LT is your own luxury condo on the move with granite counters, convection microwave, air-conditioning, king-size bed and an enclosed shower/bathroom.
Based on the Ford Super Duty F-550 four-wheel drive cab chassis, there is brawn to accompany the beauty. With a 17,950 pound gross vehicle weight rating and 10,000 pound towing capability, you can bring all your toys with you.
Price: Starts at around $110,000 before options.
The Jeep Rubicon Unlimited based EarthRoamer XV-JP is designed to carry two adults on technical four-wheel drive trails to remote camping locations. Once in camp, the XV-JP’s Loftop™ can be deployed to provide nearly 9 feet of interior stand up height and a queen-size bed in the loft.
Underneath the cantilevered loft, the rear tent can be dropped down for an additional bug free living space. The XV-JP comes equipped with 25 gallons of fresh water capacity, an inside cassette toilet, inside shower, sink and cooking facilities.
Plenty of light and ventilation is provided by an abundance of screened windows. An electric fan provides additional ventilation when needed and the forced air furnace will keep you cozy on cold nights and when winter camping.
The EarthRoamer In Action
The price tag hurts, but check out these things in action, then tell me you wouldn’t take out a second mortgage to afford one.
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