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This blog post was updated March 2021 with additional information.

Finding the best RV for you and your goals is important. There are a lot of different types of RVs, brands, and floorplans to consider when you first start shopping and camper vans, or Class B motorhomes, are no different. Ranging in size, floorplans and features, shoppers have a lot more options when it comes to finding the best compact motorhome for their lifestyle, whether they have a full-time travel goal or just weekend camping trips.

Reasons to Choose a Class B RV

Class B motorhomes have better gas mileage and are easier to drive than their counterparts Class A and Class C motorhomes. They are also easier to park in small spaces and easier for pick-up-and-go off-the-beaten-path road trips. It will be easier to navigate rush hour, merge onto highways and pull into your campsite. Because these motorhomes are compact, it is also easier to set up camp and breakdown when it's time to go. And as camper vans become more popular, there are more affordable price ranges and options to fit the various lifestyles of people looking to join the #Vanlife movement.

Class B Van Features

Many Class B RVs come with solar panels, fairly decent sleeping space, wet baths, two-burner cooktops, generators, inverters and more. This type of RV can be gas or diesel depending on preference. If these options are important to you, we'll break down some of the top brands, the sizes, and features to help you decide which one is right for you.

Mercedes Benz Sprinter Chassis Camper Vans

Class B RV manufacturers like Pleasure-Way, Winnebago and Airstream use Mercedes Sprinter chassis for some of their brands. These conversion vans are priced higher and usually use diesel fuel, but they have extra luxury features like varnished wood cabinets, leather seats, motion LED lighting and more.

Airstream Interstate

airstream interstate class b motorhome exterior

The Airstream Interstate is 24 feet, 6 inches in length and 9 feet, 8 inches in height and has a gross vehicle weight rating of 11,030 pounds.  The MSRP starts at $195,827. It comes standard with a premium power system that allows you to travel further and stay longer without worry. It has two 100 Ah deep cycle lithium batteries, solar panels and enhanced power system components. It also comes with a tankless water heater, exterior power awning, USB charging ports and power day/night window shades to control how much light comes in not matter the time of day. Some of its more luxury features include a beautiful and durable woven synthetic flooring, matte finish laminate cabinetry, elegant kitchen features technology and controls to monitor and control all your RV systems. Start shopping this unit here.

airstream interstate class b motorhome floor plan

Pleasure-Way Plateau

 

pleasure-way plateau

The Pleasure-Way Plateau is built on a Mercedes Benz chassis and is diesel. Pleasure-Way has other models that are gas, but not on the Mercedes Benz Chassis. The length is 22 feet, 9 inches and 9 feet, 8 inches in height. The Plateau starts at $150,735. It features two dining locations - front or back - a power sofa that turns into a bed, pantry-style cabinets and plenty of galley storage. Even an indoor and outdoor shower. The Plateau includes a workspace with privacy shade, USB charging ports, 12V power outlets, and storage cabinets. Also included is a high-definition 7-inch display touchscreen control panel that controls things such as Tank level monitoring, Climate control center w/ thermostat for air conditioning vent, light controls, and more. It has a 2.5KW generator, 2000-watt inverter, and solar panels for when there is no hookup at the campsite. Find the perfect Plateau for you here. 

pleasure-way plateau floorplan

Winnebago Era

winnebago era

The Winnebago Era Class B RV is built on a Mercedes Benz Sprinter chassis and is 24 feet 3 inches in length. Starting at $150,175, it's now available with a 4 Wheel Drive option and has a 3.0L V6 diesel engine. It features flex sleeping, which means you can fold out the couch into either a twin size bed or queen, leather furnishings, an independent gallery with stainless steel appliances and a 3 burner stove, as well as an expandable solar power system, which makes this conversion van perfect for people who like to camp off the grid. Shop Campers Inn RV's current stock of the Winnebago Era.

winnebago era floorplan

Dodge Ram Promaster Chassis Camper Vans


Camper vans built on the Dodge Ram Promaster Chassis are touted as easy to drive, fuel-efficient, spacious and sturdy. With a 3.6 liter V6 engine and 6-speed automatic transmission, it can handle carrying extra cargo while also having powerful towing capabilities of 5,100 lbs. These vans also have a spacious interior - meaning you don't have to sacrifice what matters to you in a motorhome. You should always double check these features with the manufacturer website to ensure the maximum capacity of the Class B you are considering. 

Pleasure-Way Tofino pleasure-way tofino

The Pleasure-Way Tofino gas Class B is built on a Dodge Ram ProMaster chassis and the newest brand for Pleasure-Way. It starts at $69,550 and is 17 feet, 9 inches in length and 9 feet, 4 inches in height. Though it's smaller than some other models, it features a pop-up roof with an overhead bunk for added sleeping space, swivel front seats for added seating space, rear and side door roll-up screens, and cutting-edge technology such as solar power, 100Ah Lithium coach batteries, 2000-watt inverter, multiplex wiring and touch screen control pad. Pleasure-Way also has another Class B RV, the Lexor TS, that is built on a Dodge Ram Promaster chassis and starts at 20 feet, 11 inches in length if you are looking for something bigger. Shop the Tofino here.

pleasure-way tofino floorplan

Winnebago Travato 

winnebago travato

The gas Winnebago Travato is built on a Dodge Ram Promaster Chassis and starts at $112,907. It's 21 feet long and 9 feet, 4 inches in height. The Travato has some upscale features that most travelers will enjoy, especially people who like to go off the grid.  It has a 3.6L V6 engine and has a floorplan well-suited for multiple travelers. 

The Travato also carries a 2,800-watt gas generator for power when there are no hookups and a 3,600-watt inverter with 30 amps for all your power needs. With the Flex Bed System, there is extra sleeping space so families can rest comfortably throughout the van with some privacy. There is even an independent kitchen with plenty of cabinets and overhead storage space throughout. Browse our selectin of the Travato here.

winnebago travato floorplan

Roadtrek Zion

roadtrek zion class b motorhome exterior

The Roadtrek Zion is also built on a Dodge Ram Promaster. It starts at $132,754 and is a fairly spacious Class B motorhome. With standard features of a retractable power awning, heavy duty, magnetic bug screen for rear and passenger sliding door and 330 watts of solar, it also an automatic propane heating system, rear power sofas that can be used as twin beds or transform to a king size bed and plenty of interior storage throughout the van offering quite a bit of space and seating for large family road trips. Browse our in-stock Roadtrek Zion motorhome.

roadtrek zion class b motorhome floor plan

Ford Transit Chassis Camper Vans

The Ford Transit Chassis is similar to the Dodge Ram Promaster. With similar towing capabilities and large cargo weight capacity, some models may feature more horsepower and torque than the Dodge Ram. 

Pleasure-Way Ontour

pleasure way ontour class b motorhome exterior

The Pleasure-Way Ontour is built on a Ford Transit chassis. It's a little over 19 feett in length. The MRSP for the Ontour starts at $129,805. It comes with a 200-watt solar package, low profile 11,000 BTU roof mount Dometic air conditioner, 12-volt coach battery disconnect and has a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine. The interior also has fiberglass insulation on the inside walls, 24" smart LED TV and a power sofa with two three-point seat belts and memory foam sofa cushions making this perfect for long road trips. Find available Pleasure-Way Ontour Class B's at Campers Inn RV here.

pleasure way ontour class b motorhome floor plan

Conclusion - Class B RVs

Conversion vans do pack a lot of features and convenience in small space making them a great way to travel and see the country. Families who like to pick up and go on short trips or people who like to travel on their own can see the country easily and not feel overwhelmed by driving a large vehicle in unknown places.

To view all types of Class B motorhomes available, start your shopping journey here.  Not sure what you need? Take our What Type of Motorhome is Right for You quiz to help you discover what RV is right for your lifestyle.

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One of the most asked questions Jennifer and I receive from readers deals with how we sleep in our Roadtrek Class B motorhome. Our answer is… great!

But since we keep getting that question, I dug out this  report we did some time back. The video was shot in the Roadtrek Etrek we just traded in. We use the same system in our new Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL, which we just picked up a couple months ago.

Seriously, we both agree we sleep just as good in the Roadtrek than we do in our king-sized Sleep Number bed at home.

Here's our video:

And that has to do with that we sleep on and in while camping out in the Roadtrek.

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In this edition of How We Roll, we answer two reader questions about where we store our bedding.

We make the sofa up into a king sized bed at night and use a four inch Wamsutta Fresh and Cool mattress topper that we picked up last year at a Bed Bath & Beyond store while traveling through South Dakota. Jennifer shows how we store in in the overhead cabinet at the rear of the bed. It takes up every inch of space up there but it fits in just fine.

rvsuperbag

On top of the topper, we use an RV Superbag. It's a king sized bag with a summer and winter side and very comfortable sheets Velcroed inside. I show how we roll it up and put in in the armoire that we have installed in place of the seat that normally is behind the driver. Here's a link to the RV Superbag video review Jennifer did.

Yes, I know those bags are expensive. But we really like it, so much that we also invested in two individual RV Superbags.

I use a single when I travel alone or bring a grandkid or buddy with me on a hunting or fishing trip.

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There’s nothing quite like hitting the open road is there? And to make the most out of a road trip, you’ll want to get your hands on a suitable RV. But which one do you go for? We’ll take a look at Roadtrek vs Airstream, two of the biggest RV companies out there, and find out which one will be best suited to your requirements.

Each make has its own advantages – and, of course, some disadvantages too. There are also plenty of things that are similar about them, but then again, plenty of things that make them different and distinct.

And if neither Roadtrek or Airstream tick the box for you, you can have a look at the best Airstream alternatives to consider.

So without further ado, let’s get on the road and take a look at Roadtrek vs Airstream.

Before we plunge into the nitty-gritty of each RV manufacturer, let’s take a look at the main differences between Roadtrek vs Airstream.

Main Differences Between Roadtrek vs Airstream

The Main Differences Between Roadtrek vs Airstream are:

  • Roadtrek only produces motorhomes, whereas Airstream produces motorhomes and travel trailers too.
  • Roadtrek’s motorhomes are a little more traditional, whereas Airstream travel trailers are some of the most iconic on the market
  • Roadtrek products are quite reasonably priced, whereas Airstream products are extremely expensive.
  • Roadtrek products aren’t as eco-friendly, whereas Airstream products are more eco-friendly, using recycled products wherever they can
  • Roadtrek products can sleep only a maximum of five people, whereas some Airstream products can sleep up to eight people.
  • Roadtrek products are slightly more limited in their floorplan options, whereas Airstream products can have a wide array of different floor plans to suit any purpose

Let’s take a closer look at Roadtrek vs Airstream in some more detail.

Roadtrek – In Detail

So what’s Roadtrek all about? Well, Roadtrek started way back in 1974 when the founder, Jan Hanemaayer, had a go at adapting and creating his own RV.

Originally working with Home and Park Vehicles Limited, Jan enjoyed the process of creating something that had the comforts of a large motorhome as well as being compact and easy to drive so much, he actually bought the company!

Roadtrek came to life properly in 1980, which is when Jan redesigned the vehicles to have the now iconic Roadtrek sweeping roofline, the lowered floor, and the classic three-section floor plan.

They’ve come a long way since those humble beginnings, and now offer a range of comfortable and functional Class B motorhomes built on Mercedes and Ram ProMaster chassis, and are often seen as a leading Class B motorhome brand.

If you want to find out more about Class B motorhomes, check out our article about how to find the best Class B motorhomes and campervans.

Let’s take a look at Roadtrek’s various models and features.

Roadtrek – Models

Roadtrek offers up six different models of RV – it may seem like a shortlist, but this doesn’t detract from the quality and craftsmanship that their products uphold. The models that you can choose from are:

  • The 2021 Play
  • The 2021 Zion Slumber
  • The 2021 Chase
  • The 2021 Zion SRT
  • The 2021 Zion
  • The 2021 SS Agile

What you plan on using your Roadtrek RV for depends on which model you should go for – from a cross-country road trip to a weekend away, Roadtrek should have you covered for all your RV needs. Alternatively, you can even build your own Roadtrek RV if you have something particular in mind.

So what do each of these different Roadtrek models offer you? Let’s take a look.

The 2021 Play

The Roadtrek 2021 Play model is described as being one of the best entry-level RV’s they offer – it’s practical, reliable, and easy to service, offering you everything you need to get out there and play!

The Roadtrek 2021 Play has all the comforts and conveniences you could ever need after an epic day on the roads. And starting at a cost of $104,986, it’s the cheapest RV model that Roadtrek offers too.

Main Features

  • Retractable awning
  • Outdoor and indoor shower
  • Twin-bed floor plan that can be transformed into a king size bed
  • Optional folding mattress that transforms captain chairs into extra bed
  • Lots of storage space
  • Preformed work surface with fridge, propane stove and a microwave

The 2021 Chase

Ideally suited for one or two travelers, the Roadtrek 2021 Chase takes elements from their other models but steps up the comfort levels to 11, making it perfect for those who love the features of classic Roadtrek RVs but don’t want to forgo their home comforts and conveniences.

With all mod cons and everything you might need to chase your dreams and feel the road rumble beneath your wheels, the Roadtrek 2021 Chase starts at a cost of $142,660.

Main Features

  • Retractable awning
  • Outdoor and indoor shower facilities
  • Twin beds that can be made into a king-size, with an optional third bed available
  • 24” TV on rotating bracket
  • Optionally mounted induction cooktop

The 2021 SS Agile

The most expensive option that Roadtrek offers, the Roadtrek 2021 SS Agile has all the trappings of a much larger, fully-equipped motorhome, but in a much more manageable size. Even though it’s on a shorter chassis than some of the other models, you’ll find yourself surprised as it really doesn’t seem like it.

Bright and amazingly spacious, the 2021 SS Agile is perfect for a dynamic traveling duo. Prices start at $167,986.

Main Features

  • Retractable power awning
  • Outdoor and indoor shower
  • Two recessed propane burners, a small fridge and a microwave
  • Rear sofa converts into twin or king-size beds
  • 24” TV on rotating bracket

The 2021 Zion

Now moving on to the Zion range of Roadtrek RVs, starting off with the 2021 Zion. With an open concept floor plan, the 2021 Zion is ideal for outdoor adventuring.

Light and spacious, with a whole host of different storage options, the 2021 Zion is the perfect travel companion, and prices start at $139,860.

Main Features

  • Indoor & Outdoor shower
  • Retractable awning
  • Large center aisle for storage purposes
  • Automatic propane heating system
  • Built-in fridge, microwave, and propane stove with optionally mounted burner
  • Optional rear power sofa

The 2021 Zion SRT

Small in size, but mighty in what it offers, the Roadtrek 2021 Zion SRT is absolutely perfect for people who want to hit the open road but don’t want the hassle that comes with driving a massive RV.

The 2021 Zion SRT has lots of great features that truly make it a home from home – and it can be yours from prices that start at $132,860.

Main Features

  • Retractable awning
  • 24” Smart TV with an antenna
  • Slide-out pantry and large pot drawer
  • Forward-facing sofa that becomes a queen-sized bed
  • 2-burner propane stove and microwave

The 2021 Zion Slumber

Last, but by certainly no means least, we have the Roadtrek 2021 Zion Slumber. The most expensive of the Zion range, this RV is perfect for both couples or small families who want to hit the highways.

With sleeping space for up to five people, the 2021 Zion Slumber’s price tag starts at $153,986.

Main Features

  • Slumber pop-top for additional sleeping capacity
  • Retractable power awning
  • Permanent bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower facilities
  • Plenty of storage space
  • Fully-equipped kitchenette

I don’t think Roadtrek is for me – are there any good alternatives?

Roadtrek RVs certainly isn’t for everyone, particularly if you’ve got lots of family members and friends. Here are some great alternatives to Roadtrek:

  • Coachmen – they’ve got a huge range of different sized RVs that suit just about any budget
  • Outside Van – if you’re looking to customize for an outdoors adventure, then look no further than Outside Van
  • Advanced RV – does what it says on the tin really! They specialize in advanced and often completely customized RVs.

Airstream – In Detail

A brand that needs little to no introduction, with their absolutely iconic aluminum travel trailers, Airstream has been putting their sleek silver products on the roads since the 1920s and hasn’t looked back since.

In 1989, Airstream started to manufacture touring coach RVs to try and rival the boom in touring coach manufacturing across the country. Alongside their iconic travel trailers, they also have a range of different RVs that would suit any budding road tripper or traveler.

Having an iconic wagon comes at a price though – if you are looking for something a little cheaper, then have a look at our article on the best airstream alternatives to consider.

Let’s see what these road trip icons have on offer.

Airstream – Models

What Airstream offers that Roadtrek doesn’t is their series of travel trailers. These are the ones that most people will love and recognize. However, as we’ll see, they come with a pretty hefty price tag. The travel trailers that Airstream offer, and their prices, are as follows:

  • The Classic (sleeps 5) – prices start at $161,900
  • The Globetrotter (sleeps 6) – prices start at $99,300
  • The International (sleeps 6) – prices start at $94,600
  • The Flying Cloud (sleeps 8) – prices start at $81,200
  • The Caravel (sleeps 4) – prices start at $64,000
  • The Bambi (sleeps 4) – prices start at $51,400
  • The Basecamp (sleeps 4) – prices start at $39,100

So you can see that the price tag is substantial! It’s also worth noting that these are all trailers – so you’ll need your own vehicle to tow them about.

As we mentioned, Airstream makes a range of touring coaches as well. Their range is slightly smaller than the Roadtrek range and only consists of five different models to choose from. These are:

  • The Atlas
  • The Interstate 24GL
  • The Interstate 24GT
  • The Tommy Bahama Interstate
  • The Interstate 19

Let’s take a look at their touring coaches and see how they compare to the models offered by Roadtrek.

The Atlas

The most luxurious touring coach that Airstream offers to date, the Atlas is a wonderful Class B+ RV that offers a new standard in motorhome ownership.

Replete with a mind-boggling array of extras, and several different opportunities for floor plan customization, The Atlas starts at $244,046.

Main Features

  • Retractable awning
  • Power slide-out Murphy suite, giving you extra room inside
  • Hideaway 40” Smart TV
  • High-end indoor bathroom and kitchen fittings with burner, microwave and sizeable fridge
  • Optional bed fitted into the cab

The Interstate 24GL

Whatever experience you’re looking for, from beach house weekender to the big game tailgate, the Interstate 24GL will enhance them all. All the comforts of home, on four wheels – gamechanger!

The Interstate 24GL is the best-selling Class B motorhome for the past 6 years running as well, so if you want to get your hands on one yourself, prices start at $194,256.

Main Features

  • Seats up to 9 people, with sleeping space for 4
  • Retractable power awning
  • 2 widescreen HDTV’s
  • Built-in bathroom and kitchen facilities
  • Four-wheel drive option if needed

The Interstate 24GT

The perfect Class B RV for 2 people, the Interstate 24GT will make those road trips with your partner just that bit more comfortable. Not too far removed from the Interstate 24GL, you’ll still find comfort in abundance.

Like all Airstream touring coaches, their partnership with Mercedes Benz makes their coaches that bit more convenient. Prices start at $194,256.

Main Features

  • Seats up to 7 people with sleeping facilities for 2
  • Great storage space and modern kitchen facilities
  • Modern bathroom fittings
  • 2 mounted HDTV’s
  • Multiplex controls for lights, shades, awning, and water heater

The Tommy Bahama Interstate

This special edition Tommy Bahama Interstate, a version of the classic Interstate model, features an exclusive collaboration with Tommy Bahama, giving a true sense of island style.

With all the decor to make your journey feel like a tropical paradise, the Tommy Bahama Interstate has prices that start at $169,250.

Main Features

  • Retractable awning
  • Modern bathroom and kitchen fittings including a built-in bar
  • Tommy Bahama-styled upholstery and wall decorations
  • 2 Samsung HDTVs
  • Seats up to 9 and sleeps 2

The Interstate 19

The smallest and least expensive member of the Interstate family, the Interstate 19 sure packs a punch and is perfect for a solo getaway or some good one-on-one time with your significant other.

With all mod cons offered by the other Interstate models, yet also able to fit into a standard parking spot, Interstate 19 has prices that start at $165,143.

Main Features

  • Modern bathroom and kitchen fittings
  • Seats up to 4 with sleeping for 2
  • Retractable awning
  • Features the largest double bed in its class
  • Widescreen Samsung TV

Airstream is a little out of my price range. What kind of alternatives are there?

They may be iconic, but the price tag is substantial. Let’s have a quick look at some alternatives to Airstream.

  • Winnebago – the other ‘kings of the road’ for certain, and almost as recognizable as Airstream products. Have a look at our Airstream vs Winnebago Compared article for more info.
  • Chinook RV – one of the top names when it comes to RVs, you can’t go too wrong with a Chinook
  • Oliver – Oliver only sells travel trailers, but they are definitely rivals to the Airstream classics. Have a look at our Airstream vs Oliver comparison if you’d like to know more.

Roadtrek – Pros and Cons

Pros

  • A wider range of RVs available
  • Reasonably-priced
  • Optional features available for extra sleeping space
  • Customization abilities

Cons

  • Fewer technological features
  • Smaller seating options
  • Warranty not quite as comprehensive

Airstream – Pros and Cons

Pros

  • More environmentally friendly
  • Additional space for seating and sleeping
  • Excellent warranty options
  • More modern features

Cons

  • High prices for all models
  • Fewer models available
  • Less choice of vehicles

Frequently Asked Questions

Let’s take a look at some of the more commonly asked questions when it comes to Roadtrek RVs.

Question: Does Roadtrek offer any warranty with their RVs?

Answer: Yes. All Roadtrek RVs come with a 2 year, comprehensive, no mileage limit warranty. They also come with a chassis warranty – a 5 year/100,000km limited warranty covering all repairs, and a 3 year/60,000km limited warranty providing bumper to bumper coverage.

Question: Can I choose what color my Roadtrek RV is?

Answer: Absolutely! They have a choice of four different colors you can have – Granite Metallic, Silver Metallic, Bright White, and Sandstone Pearl.

Question: Can I customize the existing Roadtrek models?

Answer: If you want to switch up your Roadtrek RV, you absolutely can. Just head over to the Build Your Own section of the Roadtrek website to customize any of the models they have on offer.
Let’s take a look at the most frequently asked questions about Airstream products.

Question: Will my Airstream come with a warranty?

Answer: Yes. All Airstream RVs come with a 3 year/36,000-mile warranty. On top of that, the Mercedes Benz warranty is also 3 year/36,000 miles, and the Mercedes Benz engine warranty is 5 years/100,000 miles.

Question: What colors do Airstream RVs come in?

Answer: The Interstate models come in 5 different color schemes, which cover a palette on the interior of the RV. These are:
• Modern Greige
• Lux White
• Formal Black
• Tommy Bahama Special Edition
• Refined Brown

Question: Would I be able to customize my Airstream RV?

Answer: Yes. Head over to the Build Your Own section of the Airstream website, and you’ll be able to customize any of the existing models to your taste. Each model also has a choice of floor plan you can select from as well, so the customization abilities on Airstream products is great.

Roadtrek vs Airstream – Which RV is Better?

So what’s the final verdict? As you can see, Roadtrek vs Airstream are pretty evenly matched. At the end of the day though, it comes down to what you want to use your RV for.

If you’re planning on going on more off-road style adventures, you’ll want to go for an Airstream with their 4×4 option. However, Airstreams come with a hefty price tag, so if you can’t afford to fork out a big wedge for one of their products, you won’t go wrong with a Roadtrek model.

All in all, we would go for an Airstream if money was no option. They offer just that little bit more space, additional home comforts, and a broader warranty, so you’ll have all bases covered. Which one would you go for? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Roadtrek Play

Starting MSRP$104,986
Base modelRam ProMaster 3500 extended van
Seating capacityTwo
Sleeping capacityThree (with optional folding mattress)
Fuel typeGas
Exterior length20' 9"
Exterior width (without mirrors)6' 11"
Interior aisle width29"
Exterior height (with roof AC)9' 5"
Interior standing height6' 2"
Wheelbase159"
Gross vehicle weight rating9,350 lbs
Occupant & cargo carrying capacity 11,950 lbs
Gross combined weight rating 211,500 lbs
Towing – tow weight 32,000 lbs.
Towing – tongue weight 4300 lbs.
Fresh water capacity37 U.S. gal
Black water capacity8.5 U.S. gal
Gray water capacity18.5 U.S. gal
Rear king bed size (width x length)74" x 75"
Rear twin bed size – right (width x length)30" x 75"
Rear twin bed size – left (width x length)30" x 75"
Front single bed -across driver & passenger seats (width x length)  - optional feature 
RV warranty
Two (2) year comprehensive, no mileage limit warranty. Please contact your nearest Roadtrek dealer for complete details.
Chassis warranty
5-year/60,000-mile or 100,000-kilometer Gas Powertrain Limited Warranty covering the cost of repairs on all covered powertrain components – engine, transmission and drive system for most new Ram vehicles. 3-year/36,000-mile or 60,000 kilometer Limited Warranty, provides bumper-to-bumper coverage of your vehicle, from the body to the electrical system. Refer to chassis manufactures’ website for complete details.
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Roadtrek 190

Important dimensions:
Based on the great handling Chevrolet Express 3500 extended van
GVWR 9600 lbs, UVW 7700 lbs, GCWR 16000 lbs
Length 20’5 Height 8’9 Exterior Width 6’7
MSRP starting at (awaiting latest info)
Roadtrek 190 Popular class B motorhome exterior

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 190-Popular and the 190-Versatile ( see review ) are the original Roadtreks. Roadtrek describes them as “A Balance of Interior Space & Exterior Size!” The Popular is really ideal for 2 people.

We show the floorplans for both models below.  The 190-Popular is ideal for 2 people. The rear dinette or optional power sofa converts to a king-size bed (6’4″ long on one side) or into twin beds (6’4″ & 6’0″ long). We show pictures of these bed options further down this page. For extra passengers, there are forward facing seat belts at the rear (two with dinette, three with sofa). The Popular also has a full-length wardrobe, loads of storage, a front dining table and a well-equipped galley

 

Roadtrek 190 Popular and Verstile class B motorhome floorplans - small picture - click for a bigger picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

The pictures below show the beautiful interior of the 190-Popular looking to the rear and then looking forward:

Roadtrek 190 Popular class B motorhome interior looking to rear

Roadtrek 190 Popular class B motorhome interior looking forward

We show the bed options below – either twin beds or an enormous king-size bed (up to 6’4″ x 6’1″). In both cases the TV can swing around to watch from either the front or rear of the motorhome.

Roadtrek 190 Popular bedroom arrangement - twin beds

Roadtrek 190 Popular bedroom arrangement - double bed

FLOORPLANS:

Roadtrek 190 Popular and 190 Versatile class B motorhome floorplans

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Roadtrek CS XL with Etrek Making a bed with single mattress

2021 Play

Get out and Play!

The Play is the perfect entry level coach offering a practical, reliable and easy to service motorhome with all the comforts you need to get out and play.

MSRP Starting at

$109,186 usd

$109,186USD

$129,780 cdn

$129,780CDN

Exterior

The Play is built on the 3500 Ram ProMaster chassis and offers all the comforts and conveniences you need after a day of travelling.

Features

  • Retractable power awning
  • Large windows with "peek through" vents for a beautiful and sleek look
  • Outdoor shower
  • Easily accessible hookups
  • Heavy duty magnetic bug screen for rear and passenger side sliding door
  • 11,000 BTU air conditioner
  • Solar ready
  • Step bar for easy of entry into coach

Interior

The Play's floorplan offers an open concept center aisle and twin bed layout with tons of storage throughout. The light interior styling opens up the motorhome and the extensive comfort and convivences offered are sure to make the Play a Roadtrek favourite.

Features

  • Exposed center aisle for storage of larger gaming and sporting items
  • Galley features a pre-formed countertop, 5.0 cu.ft. refrigerator, propane stove, microwave and flip up counter extension with charging station
  • Loads of storage in the kitchen including a slide out pantry and large pot drawer
  • Interior permanent bathroom with marine toilet, sink and shower
  • Abundance of interior storage including large under sofa drawers and storage areas
  • Twin bed floorplan with adjustable head rests that easily convert to a king bed
  • Oversized extra thick plush mattress for sleeping
  • Pre-wired for TV

Specifications

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Specifications
Starting MSRP

$109,186

$129,780

Base model

Ram ProMaster 3500 extended van

Ram ProMaster 3500 extended van

Seating capacity

Four

Four

Sleeping capacity

Three (with optional folding mattress)

Three (with optional folding mattress)

Fuel type

Gas

Gas

Exterior length

20' 9"

6,325 mm

Exterior width (without mirrors)

6' 11"

2,108 mm

Interior aisle width

29"

737 mm

Exterior height (with roof AC)

9' 5"

2,870 mm

Interior standing height

6' 2"

1,905 mm

Wheelbase

159"

4,039 mm

Gross vehicle weight rating

9,350 lbs

4,241 kg

Occupant & cargo carrying capacity 1

1,950 lbs

886 kg

Gross combined weight rating 2

11,550 lbs

5,227 kg

Towing – tow hitch rating 3

3,500 lbs.

1,587 kg

Towing – tongue weight 4

300 lbs.

136 kg

Fresh water capacity

37 U.S. gal

140 L

Black water capacity

8.5 U.S. gal

32.1 L

Gray water capacity

14 U.S. gal

53 L

Rear king bed size (width x length)

73" x 75"

1,854 mm x 1,905 mm

Rear twin bed size – right (width x length)

30" x 75"

762 mm x 1,892 mm

Rear twin bed size – left (width x length)

30" x 75"

762 mm x 1,892 mm

Front single bed -across driver & passenger seats (width x length)  - optional feature

33" x 70"

838 mm x 1,778 mm

RV warranty

Two (2) year comprehensive, no mileage limit warranty. Please contact your nearest Roadtrek dealer for complete details.

Two (2) year comprehensive, no mileage limit warranty. Please contact your nearest Roadtrek dealer for complete details.

Chassis warranty

5-year/60,000-mile or 100,000-kilometer Gas Powertrain Limited Warranty covering the cost of repairs on all covered powertrain components – engine, transmission and drive system for most new Ram vehicles. 3-year/36,000-mile or 60,000 kilometer Limited Warranty, provides bumper-to-bumper coverage of your vehicle, from the body to the electrical system. Refer to chassis manufactures’ website for complete details.

5-year/60,000-mile or 100,000-kilometer Gas Powertrain Limited Warranty covering the cost of repairs on all covered powertrain components – engine, transmission and drive system for most new Ram vehicles. 3-year/36,000-mile or 60,000 kilometer Limited Warranty, provides bumper-to-bumper coverage of your vehicle, from the body to the electrical system. Refer to chassis manufactures’ website for complete details.

Coach Features
Air conditioner

Standard

110 V, 11,000 BTU roof mount

110 V, 11,000 BTU roof mount

Awning

Standard

13' power awning

Bathroom

Standard

Fully enclosed with sink, shower and toilet

Batteries

Standard

400 AGM battery system

Detectors

Standard

Smoke, propane and CO

External power connection

Standard

110 V / 30 AMP with detachable power cord

Folding Mattress (for front cab sleeping)

Optional

Single folding mattress for sleeping across the front two captain seats (33" width x 70" length)

Single folding mattress for sleeping across the front two captain seats (838 mm width x 1,778 mm length)

Furnace

Standard

Propane automatic, 16,000 BTU

Generator – underhood

Standard

Microwave oven

Standard

110 V, 20 L/0.7 cu. ft., 700W

Monitor panel

Standard

Water, propane, battery charge levels, battery disconnect & generator hour meter

Outdoor shower

Standard

Power inverter

Standard

12/110 V, 3,000 W Sine Wave - Includes power converter with charger

Propane tank

Standard

22 L / 5.9 U.S. gal.

Refrigerator

Standard

12 V, 5.0 cu. ft.

Screen package

Standard

Heavy duty, magnetic bug screen for rear and passenger sliding door

Sewage disposal system

Standard

12 V macerator sewage pump and gravity dump

Stove – propane

Standard

Two burner recessed with flush cover and built-in igniter

Water system

Standard

Instant hot water system, 36,000 BTU with bypass

Instant hot water system, 36,000 BTU with bypass

Chassis Features

For specific chassis specifications, please contact your nearest certified Roadtrek dealer as chassis options may differ depending on availability

Airbag

Standard

Driver and passenger

Driver and passenger

Alternator

Standard

220 AMP

220 AMP

Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS)

Standard

Axle – rear

Standard

3.86 ratio

3.86 ratio

Battery

Standard

800 AMP

800 AMP

Camera – rearview backup

Standard

Climate control

Standard

Cruise control

Standard

Engine

Standard

3.6 L gas, V6, 24 valve

3.6 L gas, V6, 24 valve

Power

Standard

280 HP/209 kW

280 HP/209 kW

Radio

Standard

Uconnect 3 with Navigation and 5" touch screen, Bluetooth, AM/FM/SiriusXM/USB/aux, Voice command and steering wheel controls

Uconnect 3 with Navigation and 5" touch screen, Bluetooth, AM/FM/SiriusXM/USB/aux, Voice command and steering wheel controls

Receiver

Standard

Class IV with wiring for trailer lights

Class IV with wiring for trailer lights

Stability program

Standard

Stability control, Rear park assist, Rearview Auto Dim Digital Display Mirror

Stability control, Rear park assist, Rearview Auto Dim Digital Display Mirror

Tire inflation kit

Standard

Tires

Standard

LT225/75R16E black wall

LT225/75R16E black wall

Torque

Standard

352 Nm/260 lb.-ft. @6400 RPM

352 Nm/260 lb.-ft. @6400 RPM

Transmission

Standard

Automatic 6-speed 62 TE

Automatic 6-speed 62 TE

Wheels – aluminum

Standard

16" polished aluminum

16" polished aluminum

Bright White exterior

Optional

Granite Metallic exterior

Optional

Sandstone Pearl exterior

Optional

Silver Metallic exterior

Optional

Sours: https://roadtrek.com/models/play/

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Extra beds in front

I too am trying to come up with a sleeping arrangement for the front of our 2008 Freightliner/2010 Adventurous.

I have not seen the 'folding mattress' in person but I am keen to see how it would work in our van. Our second row seats are lower than the front seats, the back does not fold flat and is not removable. Hard to see how it would work.

The photo on this thread is not like our Adventurous. I have not been able to find much information of any value on the RoadTrek site. If anybody has photos of other configurations, could they please post them here.

I have bought a $40 5 foot (60" x 28") Ozark centre-folding utility table, with a steel frame, from Walmart. With the front seats rotated so that the seat backs are against the doors, the table will either span all four seats as a platform, or can be set up as a table, on it's legs. The table tends to take up most of the front seating space.

Our son is two, currently we have a travel pack n play, made by 'Phil & Ted's'. We attach the Phil n Ted's, with it's built in thermarest, to the table. In time we could put a small sleeping pad on the 'table', but would have to work out some means of making sure that he doesn't fall out of bed!

I envisage using the table for various outside applications, such as cooking, eating entertaining. I hope the table will be a versatile addition to our van. It stores easily behind the back seat, strapped to the cross-bar.

Another thought I had was to get hold of a used portaledge, and figure out some way to suspend a sleeping platform for our son. I am keeping an eye out for a cheap portaledge option.
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Sours: https://sprinter-source.com/forums/index.php?threads/7162/


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