170-Versatile

(MSRP from
U.S. $85,566 or Cdn. $88,439
)

Seats 7 & sleeps 2 to 4 in front singles & rear double bed.

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2014 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2014 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. $116,532 or Cdn. $124,722
)

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

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2014 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2014 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. $76,167 or Cdn. $78,962
)

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

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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.

RS E-Trek

(MSRP from
U.S. $129,363 or Cdn. $137,553
)

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

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2014 Roadtreks on 2014 chassis (U.S. only)2014 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. $113,152 or Cdn. $121,342
)

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

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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. $105,586 or Cdn. $111,826
)

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

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

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!
This photo shows the rear impact test. The test vehicle was impacted by a moving barrier at 30-mph (48 km/h). The entire fuel system was then inspected for leakage. Our test vehicle did not leak any fuel.
For frontal impact testing, the test vehicle impacted a fixed barrier at 30-mph (48 km/h). Again our test vehicle did not leak any fuel.
Occupant head protection testing is intended to ensure occupants have additional head protection from interior components during crashes.
These 2 photos depict simultaneous seat belt pull testing and seating system testing. Seat belt testing confirms proper seat belt location and minimizes the possibility of anchorage failures. Seating system testing verifies the integrity of the seats, their attachments, mounting hardware and installation.
These 2 photos depict simultaneous seat belt pull testing and seating system testing. Seat belt testing confirms proper seat belt location and minimizes the possibility of anchorage failures. Seating system testing verifies the integrity of the seats, their attachments, mounting hardware and installation.
Seating system testing minimizes the possibility of failure of the seats, their attachments and their installation.
Dynamic rollover testing is intended to reduce deaths and injuries from occupants and their appendages not remaining within the passenger compartment during rollover accidents.
Roof crush resistance testing is intended to reduce deaths and injuries from roof crushing during rollover accidents.
'Automotive manufacturer' style durability testing allowed us to quickly identify and implement numerous design improvements which would otherwise only become apparent during the normal life of the first vehicles built and sold.
These 2 photos depict side crush resistance testing which is intended to simulate the vehicle impacting a utility pole at a perpendicular angle.
These 2 photos depict side crush resistance testing which is intended to simulate the vehicle impacting a utility pole at a perpendicular angle.
Frontal Impact Crash Test Video - Watch the frontal impact crash test of a Roadtrek 190 Chevrolet.
Durability Video An independent test facility tests the durability of a Roadtrek 210-Popular Chevrolet.

Our Commitment to Safety

 

We are serious about manufacturing the safest class B motorhomes. In addition to air bags, electronic stability program, tire pressure monitoring system, theft deterrent system, anti-lock brakes and automatic on/off headlights, we hire independent engineering firms to test our vehicles. The results follow.

TESTING RELATED TO FUEL SYSTEM MODIFICATION TO ACCOMMODATE LOWERED FLOOR

The fuel tank on all GM vans (and some van cab and chassis) is located between the axles (mid-ship). To enjoy the benefits of a lowered floor (improved fuel economy, handling, appearance, overall height, galley counter height and ease of entry and exit), we simply lowered the original tank by 1.5”. The tank's clearance is still higher than the running boards, which have proved sufficient for years. You won't enjoy the "off road" clearance of a truck, but you’ll be fine if you don't drive anywhere you wouldn't drive a car.

To modify the fuel system, GM requires that we meet or exceed very stringent safety and engineering standards. This mandatory testing was successfully conducted on Chevy based Roadtreks:

Fuel System Integrity Crash Testing (FMVSS 301): is intended to reduce deaths and injuries from fires from fuel spillage during and after crashes. After each of three impacts (frontal, side and rear), the test vehicle is rotated upon its axis for 20 minutes can leak no more than one ounce (28 g) of fuel per minute to pass. Ours did not leak any fuel.

Exhaust Emission Testing (California Air Resources Board): Today's vehicles require increasingly stringent pollution control equipment. Testing ensures that exhaust emissions do not exceed limitations.

Fuel System Evaporative Emission Testing (CARB): Evaporation of fuel is a source of pollution that must be strictly limited. The entire fuel system (fill, tank, lines, etc.) cannot leak more than the equivalent of a pinhole.

Second Generation On Board Diagnostics (OBDII) Verification (CARB, Vehicle Code: Sec. 27156): Today's vehicles are equipped with sensors and actuators that sense the operation of various components and actuate others to maintain optimal performance. On board computers are capable of monitoring all of the sensors and actuators to determine whether they are working as intended. Included are those that detect fuel evaporation, as described above. It must be verified that the OBDII system is functioning properly.

OTHER MANDATORY TESTS

Occupant Head Protection Testing (FMVSS 201U) ) is intended to provide occupants with additional head protection to interior pillars, side rails, headers and roofs during crashes. It confirms adequate impact absorbing design and special materials are used in the subject areas to reduce head injuries. Successful testing involves launching a test “head” at numerous target points in the vehicle’s interior without exceeding limited thresholds of “injury” to the “head”. All Chevy based Roadtreks have passed these very stringent tests. Some other RV manufacturers still cannot make this claim.

Seat Belt Testing (FMVSS 210) is supposed to reduce deaths and injuries during crashes. It confirms proper seat belt location for effective occupant restraint, and minimizes the possibility of seat belt anchorage failures. All Roadtrek seat belts meet these requirements.

Seating System Testing (FMVSS 207) is done to reduce deaths and injuries during crashes. It minimizes the possibility of failure of the seats and their attachments as well as installation problems. All Roadtrek seating meets or exceeds these requirements.

Flammability Testing (FMVSS 302) is performed to reduce deaths and injuries caused by fires, especially those originating from the vehicle’s interior from sources such as matches or cigarettes. Testing confirms that the burn rate of affected interior materials does not exceed specified maximums. All applicable materials used in Roadtrek interiors meet or exceed the specified burn resistance requirements.

VOLUNTARY TESTING

There are numerous safety standards that apply to lighter vehicles, such as passenger cars, but not to heavier vehicles, such as class B motorhomes. They do not apply for various reasons, such as the inherent safety advantage of heavier vehicles. In order to "raise the bar" on safety, we have voluntarily conducted numerous tests, all successful, that are not required by law, nor done by most of our competitors.

Dynamic Rollover Testing (part of FMVSS 208) is intended to reduce deaths and injuries from occupants and their appendages not remaining inside the passenger compartment during rollover accidents. It is conducted by placing the test vehicle on a movable platform perpendicular to the platform's line of travel. To help start the rollover, the test vehicle rests at a 23 degree lateral incline with the tires against a "trip" flange. The platform is propelled down a test track to 30 mph (48 km/h) and stopped in such a way that the vehicle is propelled from the platform. Although the platform speed and height of the trip flange were increased above the requirement, the Roadtrek would not rollover. This is considered a pass (in a rollover situation, what safer vehicle to be in than one that does not rollover?).

Roof Crush Resistance Testing (FMVSS 216) is supposed to reduce deaths and injuries due to crushing of the roof into the passenger compartment during rollover accidents. It was conducted on the corner of the roof at the top of the A pillar (between the windshield and front door windows) and also at the top of the outer roof window.

"Automotive Manufacturer Style" Durability Testing: Durability is more an issue of customer satisfaction and value, but improved reliability can result in increased safety (less breakdowns, etc.). Automotive manufacturers conduct extensive durability testing where they put the equivalent of up to 120,000 miles (190,000 km) of wear on a vehicle in a short period of time as part of the design process. By having durability testing conducted for us, numerous design improvements - which would only have become apparent during the normal life of the first ones of each new model built and sold - were quickly identified and implemented. We are not aware of any other RV manufacturers that conduct the same tests on its products (probably due to the costs involved).

SAFETY FIRST - always!

Your safety is our priority! No other manufacturer of class B motorhomes invests so much time, effort and money to ensure the product we offer you is as safe as can be. When shopping for your next motorhome, select the one that has been proven safe... the Roadtrek.

 

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