"Mini RV, Class B Camper Van Seats 5, Sleeps 4, Dodge Caravan Ready for Glamping in a mini RV? This min camper van is just for you. Built specifically for the lite traveler it sleeps 4 (2 in the Penthouse and 2 below, its the sto and go rv.
With a push of a button the Penthouse opens up and is accessible by the built in ladder (300lb max weight), has 2 end windows, a vent and a light . Open up the sliding doors and there is the standard bench seat in the rear with seat belts, and in front are 3 cushions (stacked) that expand to make a full size bed.
Underneath the bed is storage space for your personal items, the dining table, and van accessories ie extra stove top and hose. Open up the back of the van and you have a small kitchenette, there's a mini fridge (lid opens up) , a pull out one burner stove that runs off of propane canister, a small stainless sink with pump handle , a fresh(5 gal) and gray water tank. There is also a small storage space for your dishes, etc.
The appliances run off of an extra 12 Volt Gel Battery. Note- There is no 30 AMP hook up. No heat or AC other than what is standard in the van up in the dash. note: there is no 30 Amp hookups or Generator on board. 12 Volt only.
Average mpg 25!!!
"Cool features include:
-Solar panels to recharge secondary auxiliary battery
-Powered penthouse that sleeps 2, accessible by ladder.
-Interior has 3 folding cushion that extends to a full size bed -Dining table configuration
-Rear has a stainless sink, mini fridge/box, one burner slide out stove, second portable stove, storage for dishes.
-Switched power for refrigerator and powered faucet
-DVD player for rear entertainment
-Fire extinguisher included
-2x bench seats
-2x double beds: Inside Bed: 6ft X 3.11ft Penthouse Bed: 6.8ft X 4.5ft -Blinds
-Storage space under benches
-Fill up with inexpensive E85 fuel!!!
Check out Video for similar experience! https://youtu.be/3WbjQMnLXQ8
Discounts for 1 week and 1 month.
Optional Kitchen Kit
Compare to Sprinter Camper Van, but a bit smaller.
$125 per day, including 100 miles per day free, $.39 per mile overage"