170-Versatile

(MSRP from
U.S. $86,671 or Cdn. $89,544
)

Seats 6 & sleeps 2 to 4 in front singles & rear double bed.

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2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (Canada Only)

The Ultimate Small Motorhome in a Van!

The 170-Versatile on the great handling Chevrolet Express 2500 regular van is the easiest of all Roadtreks to maneuver through traffic and fit into those car sized parking spots. It has many features you take for granted in a car, like better fuel economy than most camper vans (never mind larger motorhomes), along with the full-size motorhome features you would expect from any Roadtrek.

CS-Adventurous

(MSRP from
U.S. $118,664 or Cdn. $126,854
)

Seats 2 to 6 and sleeps 2 to 3 in front single bed & rear twins or king-size bed.

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2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (Canada Only)

The Ultimate Small Motorhome for the Real RVer

If you’re a serious RVer or camper, you’ll love the new CS-Adventurous.

N6-Active

(MSRP from
U.S. $72,865 or Cdn. $78,156
)

Seats 6 and sleeps up to 5

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2013 Roadtreks on 2012 chassis (U.S. only) 2013 Roadtreks on 2012 chassis (Canada only)

Defining a New Category of Family Vehicle

What drove us to create a category defying vehicle? Recognizing a need and using our decades of experience and innovation to meet it.

If it looks like no other SUV, RV or minivan, that’s because until now, there’s never been anything like it. Our purpose, our mission, was to build true utility into the N6-Active to support you and your busy life-style.

Ranger RT

(MSRP from
U.S. $77,272 or Cdn. $80,067
)

Seats 4 and sleeps 2 in rear twins or king-size bed.

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2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (Canada Only)

A Lower Priced, Lighter Weight, Environmentally Sensible Mid-Size Model!

"The Ranger RT is our lowest priced fully-equipped camper van yet. Lower weight and a smaller engine allow use of a lighter chassis, all of which lead to better fuel efficiency. Weight is further reduced through carrying of a portable 110V generator only when you are going to use it. sources are simplified to just electricity and gasoline. By excluding propane, the van’s systems are greatly simplified for easier operation and less maintenance, and burning of fossil fuels is reduced to help our environment (and your wallet)"

RS E-Trek

(MSRP from
U.S. $130,468 or Cdn. $138,658
)

Seats 2 to 7 and sleeps 2 to 4 in front single beds & rear twins or king-size bed.

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2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (Canada Only)

An Environmentally Conscious Roadtrek with more Luxury and Functionality than any other Class B in History!

We are truly proud of our new product, the E-trek. It is designed and manufactured with three things in mind:

RS-Adventurous

(MSRP from
U.S. $115,284 or Cdn. $123,474
)

Seats 2 to 7 and sleeps 2 to 4 in front single beds & rear twins or king-size bed.

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2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2015 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (Canada Only)

German Automotive Excellence meets North American RV Ingenuity!

The RS-Adventurous combines legendary Mercedes-Benz engineering with the ingenious RV design creativity you’ve come to expect from Roadtrek. Based on the 170” wheelbase "regular" Sprinter van, it's 16” shorter than the extended version some other manufacturers use. That may not sound like much, but it can be the difference between squeezing into a regular parking spot or having to find two in a row.

SS-Agile

(MSRP from
U.S. $107,718 or Cdn. $113,958
)

Seats 5 and sleeps 2 in rear twins or king-size bed.

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A Drive-Everyday Motorhome on the Mercedes "Short" Sprinter

The Roadtrek SS-Agile is based on the 144" wheelbase Sprinter 2500 van. At only 19 1/2 feet long, the SS (“Short Sprinter”) is perfect for those who want a vehicle that’s really as easy to use everyday as a large crossover or conversion van but one that offers all the conveniences of a fully-equipped motorhome – and delivers awesome fuel economy!
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A Roadtrek's Many Comforts, Conveniences & Features

 

To fully appreciate all the ways a Roadtrek can be used or can enhance the enjoyment of numerous activities, from the continental trip of a lifetime to sitting in your driveway, you need to understand how its many creature comforts and conveniences can be utilized:

Kitchen (food & drinks): top
Think of the convenience of always having your own kitchen. Whether you are parked or on the fly, use the Roadtrek's refrigerator, microwave oven (with convection on some models), stove, external propane barbeque connection, optional 110V power generator and cabinets to store plenty of food, dishes, pots, pans, utensils and more. You'll always have hot or cold drinks and snacks (including healthy alternatives like fruit) nearby and readily accessible.

When it's time for a meal, instead of grabbing unhealthy fast food or stopping for a long time at a pricey restaurant, why not whip up your favorite dish while you're at that beautiful scenic overlook or tailgating before the football game? Think of how much money you'll save by shopping at grocery stores instead of convenience stores and restaurants.

When you are traveling, enjoy a meal indoors and in the comfort of up to four swiveling captain seats at the front or a dinette at the rear (some models). Or enjoy eating outside under the awning (for protection from rain and excessive sun).

Bathroom: top
We know how hard it can be to find clean bathroom facilities when you are on the road and how uncomfortable it is when you have to "hold it" until you do (and you don't know how long you have to "hold it" for!). With your own bathroom, you'll never need to use a gas station or rest area's dirty or busy facilities again. In fact, if you're not driving, you don't even have to stop!* You won't have to wait in long lines at crowded events nor take long walks to the campground bathroom in the middle of the night. When you are out in the boonies, a real bathroom provides superior comfort and privacy to a bush.

Shower (inside & out): top
How nice would it be to be able to shower whenever you need it? You can spend a day at the beach then wash the sand off your feet (and the kids and the dog too) right beside your vehicle. Or go inside and rinse the salt water off your skin with warm water and privacy. Wouldn’t it be great after a day of strenuous activity like hiking or mountain biking and not have to drive home all sweaty?

There may be times when you're staying in remote areas (like Federal lands) or wilderness campgrounds with no showers. Sometimes when you are staying in a campground with showers, there are times when it's nice to have your own shower: cold mornings with no heat, out of hot water, not clean enough, long lines or too many mosquitoes.

Change Room: top
Have you had enough of waiting in line to use a dirty change room at the beach, or changing clothes behind your car door with a towel? Roadtrek provides you with a clean, private, climate controlled (cooled by A/C or warmed by the furnace) place to change anytime. It comes in handy when you're out for the day in shorts and want to change into pants for the cooler evening. And then there is a number of outdoor activities (skiing, field sports, biking, etc.) that require clothing that may be dirty, sweaty or uncomfortable to drive in.

Bedroom: top
In addition to using the comfortable sleeping accommodations overnight when you're traveling, there are plenty of other times they come in handy. Whenever someone is tired, you can pull over and nap in heated or air conditioned comfort. (It's even possible for someone to sleep on the rear bed while someone else is driving. However, you must weigh the advantage of doing so [over stopping] with the inherent risk of sleeping in a moving vehicle without wearing seat belts.*)

Aside from when you're traveling, there are many times when having your own bed proves very convenient. ANY TIME someone needs a nap, there are comfortable beds standing by in a Roadtrek: while your spouse finishes shopping, during the kid's soccer tournament, a rest while attending the dog show, or a break from the sun at the beach.

Room to Stretch & Move Around: top
Instead of being forced to stay in the same seated position for hours at a time on a long drive, a Roadtrek offers room to change your seating position, stretch and move around.* Talk about making long trips much more enjoyable!

Relaxation Area: top
Wouldn't it be nice to always have a roomy place to unwind away from home? A Roadtrek has up to four swiveling and reclining captain seats at the front and a power sofa or dinette in the rear. The space to relax extends outdoors under the awning which provides protection from the sun and rain. Whether you're playing cards or just lounging around, a Roadtrek fits the bill.

With separate seating areas front and rear, there's room for different activities at the same time. Accommodate your partner that wants to watch TV in the rear bed or power sofa while you read a good book in a front captain seat. This flexibility really comes in handy, particularly on rainy days.

Entertainment Area: top
Built-in entertainment systems are available in many of today's vehicles, but how many offer a home theatre system with a 17" flat screen TV and surround sound? With dealer installed satellite systems you can even enjoy "in motion" or stationary satellite TV and Internet access. How great is that?

How many vehicles offer separate heating and cooling systems so their entertainment systems can be enjoyed while the engine isn't running? How many offer multiple vantage points - including captain seats and beds? With a Roadtrek, you can enjoy your favorite DVDs, watch satellite TV or connect to the internet not only when you're on vacation but also when you're close to home and waiting for others to do their thing (your spouse finishes shopping, your kids playing in a sports tournament, etc.).

Comfort Heating & Cooling While Parked: top
Independent heating and cooling systems allow you to use a Roadtrek's other comforts and conveniences while it's parked in a wide range of climates and outside temperatures. These systems make a Roadtrek comfortable while living in it on vacation AND more versatile to use close to home.

Fully Self-Contained: top
All of a Roadtrek's "systems" (110 and 12V electrical power, fresh & waste water plumbing, propane, comfort heating & cooling, refrigeration, cooking, etc.) can operate independently from external connections through the use of on-board tanks (water & propane), batteries and optional 110V power generator. Batteries can be re-charged by the generator, driving the van or idling the engine.

When you are staying in a private campground or state park with external connections for electrical power and fresh & waste water, you can take advantage of these connections to extend your stay beyond the capacities of your water tanks.

Spare Room: top
Wouldn't it be great to not impose when visiting friends or family overnight? Stay in your Roadtrek instead of their "guest" room (or kid's bedroom!). Sleep in your own bed with your own sheets, blankets and pillows instead their saggy mattress (or sofa bed) and flat pillows. Use your bathroom instead of theirs. And best of all, have a private sanctuary to call your own.

Having guests over yourself? Whether you’re tight on space or not, with a Roadtrek in the driveway, you've got a fully furnished separate guest suite with privacy assured for both you and your visitors.

Available Four-Wheel-Drive (some models): top
Want to get away from the crowds, truly escape to areas off the beaten path? What about a remote campsite? Or a sunset on the beach. Think hunting lodge. Or do you just need the added traction and all-weather safety of 4WD for snow, sand or towing? Snow covered mountain passes. Fishing on the beach. Towing a toy hauler to go four wheeling in the desert. Pulling the boat up that algae covered ramp.

190 models (in U.S. only) can be equipped with a Torsion Bar Independent Front Suspension 4WD system based on the same system used on GM's pick-ups and full-size SUVs. This system, which allows the front wheels to move up and down independently, provides the benefits of a minimal increase in vehicle height (1" front, 1.5" rear), improved road manners, better ride and handling, a lower center of gravity, and no increase in turning radius.

Doesn't Look Like an RV (Chevy models): top
The van-like appearance of our Chevy based models often allows you to avoid RV restrictions, both parking and otherwise. Park in your driveway in the RV restricted gated community. Park (and sleep) where overnight RV parking is prohibited. Stay in that secluded tent camping site. Park with the regular vehicles on a ferry. A Chevy based Roadtrek can often be just a "van" when you want it to be.

* RMI recommends that you remain seated and belted while driving and stop the vehicle before moving about or lying on the beds. If anyone does move about or lay on the beds while the vehicle is in motion, the duration should be limited and appropriate care given by the driver and others.

 

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