The bathroom features a marine-style toilet that comes housed in its own closet. To create a temporary enclosed changing room, close the bifold privacy doors. When you need a shower, remove a fiberglass panel to uncover a drain in the floor. Open the floor-to-ceiling privacy door and pull the track-mounted curtain around to complete the shower. The holding-tank capacities for fresh, gray, and waste are 25, 23, and 10 gallons, respectively. The six-gallon water heater and the 16,000 BTU furnace draw their propane fuel supply from a 10-gallon tank.
The rear of this Roadtrek features a U-shaped bench-seat dinette with a removable table. This lounge area can be converted into sleeping quarters, in either a twin-bed configuration or with a single king-size bed. There are two large storage cabinets: one lined with shelves (which also houses the DVD player) and a wardrobe. A third seat is positioned immediately aft of the passenger seat and can be made into a single bed. The cockpit passenger seats can be swiveled and a second small table quickly erected for full-service dining.
With its 6.0-liter Vortec V-8 engine and four-speed automatic transmission with tow/haul mode, the Roadtrek is rated to tow 7700 pounds. It gets respectable fuel economy, even cruising along at 75 mph, we achieved 14 mpg. At slower steady-state operating speeds (55 mph), we got almost 16 mpg. Keep in mind that this is a full-fledged motorhome.
Home & Park created this niche product for those who want the versatility of a motorhome and the ability to explore the unbeaten path. With a base suggested retail price of $65,624, plus $11,473 for the 4WD system, this could be the vehicle you've been looking for.