15 Impressive Campers to Check Out in 2020

15 Impressive Campers to Check Out in 2020


– [Reacher] I’ve noticed a growing trend that involves changing the
calendar every 12 months. I’ve also noticed that some manufacturers tend to upgrade or release new models to coincide with this change. Although it’s only
halfway through the year we’re starting to see some of their information coming forth, so it’s only fitting
that we get on the ball, and make a video. I’m Reacher. Here are 15 cool campers
worth checking out in 2020. (upbeat music) – [Announcer] Number 15. – [Reacher] The all wood retro
design of this first entry provides the option of all-season
camping for those of you dedicated to the cause
while multiple upgrades, or backpacks as the company calls them allow you to choose the extras making sure you have everything you need without all the stuff you don’t. One of the coolest features, at least in my opinion, is the door. Unlike standard ones
which open to the side this one opens up like a gull-wing providing easier access to the interior, while also creating an
open space to lounge in. The bedding consists of
three stackable cushions allowing them to be used
as a makeshift couch. A shelf under the rear window
hides the kitchen components, and a slide-out that
allows for cooking inside as well as outside. – [Announcer] Number 14. – [Reacher] One of my
pet peeves about camping is setting everything up, so it’s a bonus that this
rugged looking double pop-up can be parked and used
right away if needed, and speaking of rugged the UEV-490 Extreme has an outer shell made from
electro-galvanized steel as well as a payload
capacity of 1,200 pounds. Dual side entrances access an interior that has a front fold-out double bed, and a dinette that coverts
to an extra sleeper providing space for up to five people. Exterior features include a
fully stocked kitchen area with a slide-out fridge/freezer,
a dual burner cooker, and two removable wash basins with a sink, and multiple storage
compartments on the other side. There’s also a fold-out shower tent for those of you intimidated
by dirt and sweat. – [Announcer] Number 13. – [Reacher] The Conquest by
Australian based Cameron campers is no exception to the look
smaller than it really is rule measuring just over 13 feet and six feet respectively in length and width. Inside is a pop-up annex which
creates a total living space of 69 square feet, while also providing room
to sleep up to five people. A slide-out kitchen is located
in the rear of the trailer having a dual burner cooktop with a Stainless steel
hotplate, a wash basin, and a portable fridge/freezer. A 531 liter slide-out storage
box is located on the side as well as an 1,800 liter
customizable storage space located in the front of the trailer. – [Announcer] Number 12. – [Reacher] The main reason
I chose this one over the other Majestic models is
that it’s named the Garoova, and that just sounds cool. Sometimes, I’m just fascinated
by the small things, but that shouldn’t take away from the fact that this one offers two layouts with all the amenities and
luxury one would expect. A queen size bed sits at
the front of the trailer with a centrally located dinette, and kitchenette behind that. Taking up the rear and spanning
the width of the trailer is the bathroom which includes a fully enclosed standup shower. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number 11. – [Reacher] Made for vehicles
with a smaller towing capacity the Crossfire takes advantage of every bit of its interior space to provide all of the
much needed amenities. The caravan measures just
over 13 feet in length, and six feet in width while
utilizing a pop-top roof to make the usable space seem
larger than it actually is. Located at the front of the
trailer is a queen size bed running in an east to west configuration. Next to this is a small dinette that converts to extra
sleeping space as well. The rear of the trailer has
a fully enclosed wet bath, and stand up shower along with a small
fridge/freezer and microwave. (soft music) If you’re liking the video so far feel free to give me a thumbs up, and a comment after the video letting us in on which
one was your favorite. – [Announcer] Number 10. – [Reacher] The Boxstar XL
is one of the latest editions to the camper van lineup
from German based Knaus. Although the high roofed vehicle currently comes in only one size measuring just under 20 feet in length, and just under seven feet in width it still offers two different layouts. Each one is fundamentally the same having the traditional cab, and dinette area in the
front portion of the vehicle. Along with this is a
centrally located kitchenette on the passenger side, while opposite that is
an enclosed wet bath having a toilet and faucet
that doubles as a shower head. Each one has a full size bed that extends out from above the cab area having dual skylights and RGB lighting, but the main distinguishing
feature between the two is the sleeping
accommodations in the rear. One of the models has a queen bed running in an east to west configuration while the other offers two
twin beds as a standard. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number nine. – [Reacher] This next entry has
the word compact in the name which seems somewhat ironic
as the caravan measures over 25 feet long and seven feet wide. Not only does this one have a pop-top roof that adds another foot to the height, but it also has a rear slide-out that increases the length by 3-1/2 feet. Upon entering you’ll find a counter, and storage space to your left while directly across from the
door is an enclosed wet bath. Next to this is a Stainless steel sink along with more counter and storage space. Moving toward the rear in the aforementioned
slide-out is a queen bed. Coming full circle brings
you to a small dinette which converts to the
epitome of awesomeness I call bunk beds. Externally you’ll find a slide-out kitchen with a four burner cooker and sink, and large awnings covering
the bulk of it all. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number eight. – [Reacher] One of eight
layouts offered by Bailey in their Rangefinder line
of caravans is the Nebula. The interior has a usable space measuring 22-1/2 feet in length, with a 6-1/2 foot high ceiling offering plenty of room for
a couple or small family. A U-shaped dinette in the front spans the width of the trailer while behind that is a
fully equipped kitchen having a sink, four
burner cooker, microwave, and a 185 liter fridge freezer. There’s also a washing machine hidden away underneath the countertop
beside the fridge. Moving to the rear you’ll
find the bathroom area straddling the bedroom entrance with an enclosed stand-up shower sitting opposite the vanity and toilet. This one can sleep up to four people using the walk around queen bed, and by converting the
dinette to a sleeper as well. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number seven. – [Reacher] The Azar4, which is the first of two
truck bed campers on this list has a monocoque composite shell that could very well lead to
design changes industry wide as it offers a camper
that’s not only lightweight, but able to withstand the
elements of the changing seasons. As of this video it’s only
available in one color, but it has three options
for the included features with the premium being
the one you see here. Inside and to the right
is the kitchen area, which has a glass covered
sink and dual burner cooktop. Opposite this is an enclosed wet bath that can be used sitting or standing. The dinette has an adjustable table that allows for it to be
used as an extra sleeper while the main bed is
located in the cabover utilizing a fold-down wall
in a hideaway fashion. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number six. – [Reacher] For only having a living space just 16-1/2 feet long, and
just under eight feet wide the Little Rippa Adventurer
from Roadstar Caravans manages to pack in the amenities without leaving that crowded feeling. The centrally located entrance opens to a queen size walk
around bed in the front. Moving back brings you to a
fully equipped kitchenette having a Stainless steel
sink, four burner cooktop, microwave and a 185 liter fridge/freezer sitting opposite from an L-shaped dinette. A small washing machine hangs on the wall above the toilet inside
a spacious bathroom spanning the width of the trailer. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number five. – [Reacher] The last of the
camper vans to grace this list is the Triaca 232 TL. The rear of the van houses an
L-shaped kitchen in one corner that has a flush mounted
triple burner cooktop and sink with a 165 liter fridge/freezer
hidden away across from it. In the other corner is a spacious wet bath with a shower, sink, and toilet. The front of the van has
bench seating which folds out to convert to a queen size sleeper while above this is a
ceiling mounted full size bed that raises and lowers electronically. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number four. – [Reacher] The Alu-Cab Khaya four is a drive on slide-off unit that takes about 45
minutes to fully set up. The interior offers the basics having multiple storage areas, bench seating with an adjustable table, and room to sleep four people once you convert everything
to bedding, and pop the top. Along with multiple storage compartments the exterior houses the kitchen
and equipment for bathing. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number three. – [Reacher] It’s a teardrop, it’s retro, and it’s got one of the
most laid-back names ever. Feel free to shoot me a comment letting me know whether you agree or not. D-shaped doors with portal windows offer access from either side to an interior that fits a queen size bed, and a cushion headrest. An overhead shelf with
reading lamps at each end, and enough storage space for
more than you probably need. The kitchen has a flush
mounted Stainless steel sink in the center of the countertop, with a 60 liter slide-out
fridge underneath on one side, and a slide-out dual
burner cooker on the other. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number two. – [Reacher] This one would have absolutely taken the top spot if it weren’t for it
being stuck in that limbo between a working model,
and a production line. Oh, the joys of getting financial backing. The Dekpod by HUTrv is unique in the way that the front swings out
to reveal the kitchen, and a covered deck space for the bathroom. Not only does this lower the size of the overall trailer when towing, but it also keeps everything separate from the sleeping area, which
can fit up to five people. I’d love to tell you more, but so far information and
media are limited on this one. (soft music) – [Announcer] Number one. – [Reacher] This is one
we’ve had our eye on for a while now waiting
to see where it would go. Track Trailer has decided to replace their Topaz range with the T4 line. They’ll offer a limited first edition coming in September 2019 with regular sales of the three models starting in January of 2020. Each one offers a queen bed in the front, and a centrally located
dinette with bench seating that coverts to an extra sleeping area. The back is where each model
has its signature features. The Symphony utilizes
an exterior shower tank freeing up more room for the kitchen area. The Concerto goes one step further putting the shower and
kitchen facilities outside, which makes room for a set of bunk beds spanning the width of the trailer. The Rhapsody keeps everything inside opting for a smaller dinette, and opening up room for a wet bath next to the rear kitchenette. Considering the track
record, pun intended, that the company has, it’s a safe bet that these
will be just as popular as their other trailers. (soft music) So there you have it. The first of what I’m
sure will be a few videos about the upcoming choices
in the camper market. Did you see anything you liked? If so, let us know in the comments. If there’s something you
think we should look out for feel free to mention that as well. If we use your suggestion
in a future video we’ll give you a shout out for the idea. Once again, we’d like to say
hello to our friend, Allan Hui. He’s responsible for some of the footage you see in our video, so if you’re not familiar with his work then you should check
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100 thoughts on “15 Impressive Campers to Check Out in 2020

  1. Function AND Form?! Yes please! I love camping and I love art and design… a curse, as most camper/trailers look like they hit every branch of the ugly tree before they ever went into the woods (especially in the North America🙄). …Now to find out price and availability of some of these beauties.

  2. Sooooo many awesome choices… I have to watch this video again before I can honestly say I have an idea of which I like the most. Thanks guys!

  3. My preference is always for the camper vans, especially ones with a kitchen because I’m a foodie and a bathroom with a shower because I’m afraid of dirt and sweat! And once again, not shocked that bunkbeds made it onto the list, Reacher! 🙃

  4. Commenting on price ranges for each would be great in the future. But, thank you for the great video on the up and coming gear.

  5. 15 Cute little campers, these are not NA style campers. We prefer to live in our campers while travelling, not use them as emergency shelters while travelling.

  6. Of course I live watching all these great campers but I live in Canada and I would like to know where they are built and the cost of them , and how to contact the manufactures .
    Thanks

  7. 13: like the enclosing tent concept and covered slide out kitchen. If it had an oven and not just a burner in the kitchen, this gets interesting.

  8. Folks,
    I think you do a fine job! The main narrator and the 'numbers' woman are very listenable.

    Thanks again!

  9. I thought i was the only adult that never outgrew the love and awesomeness of BUNK BEDS!!! I turn into a giggling 10yr old. I recently got my first triple stack and nearly lost my mind!! The fort capabilitys seem endless.

  10. I like a lot of those. #13, #14, #15, #9, #8 & #6. All for different reasons. The first three I like because of their size and ease of towing. #9, 8 & 6 would be great for families. I like the layout and the fact that they have washers, is great for families. I would like to try each and see what would be my favourite. Thanks for the video!

  11. My favorite is 12 Id like to see it in person what I love is that it is all contained I like that the best , Id like one to have as a " tiny House "

  12. Great review and very economic with words. Compliment, not criticism.
    However, a bed that lowers electronically infers some king of computer control. Think electrically would be more appropriate. Sorry. Great review.

  13. So far I haven't seen one as unique as the trailmanor… Hard side folddown to 20ft that can accommodate any standard household garage. Open up to a equivalent of 27 ft length trailer with shower tub and toilet, and can easiliy sleep 6 people. Also, it only weight around 3000lbs.

  14. as always great posting keep it up….#2 open deck pod is great for me for great outdoor cooking plus a family of 4 is perfect fit….too bad we don't have it here in the US….Aussies have very innovative ones, …r we having brain drain lol :)-

  15. Hi Reacher. Our favourite is #2 naturally!…. just wanted to say thanks for including our HUTrv® DEKPOD™ in the line-up and to let everyone know, since we have a US patent on the expanding design we are most definitely going to take it to the USA. In fact our preference is to have a US made DEKPOD™ version, which opens on the right side 😁, so we would love to hear from anyone who can recommend a US manufacturer we should be talking with.

  16. I have had ideas for modular multi travel machines combined into one , the idea is basically a group of modules that can be reassembled into many different configurations … all have sleeping quarters

  17. Most of these are outside of the USA. there are some great supplies in the USA. why are you not reviewing them?

  18. I really enjoyed watching this and I think my favorite although there were many I liked if not all of them in one way or another. But my #1 would be the Little Rippa Adventurer. I love to go off road to camp and I really liked the little washing machine. The other one that I really liked was the Bailey Nebula. I loved the windows in the front it just made for spectacular view.

  19. Why can't the major American RV manufacturers design modern-looking interiors such as these? Instead we get interiors that look like the inside of a kid-built tree house.

  20. #7 And the trailer is it have portable washing machines in them. It’s great to know that there are more choices out there. Keep up the great work. Thank you. 👍

  21. I like the little egg shaped trailers with the kitchen in the back or pull out from the side. SWEETNESS
    🌈😘😎

  22. First, so you don't think it's a derogatory response, I liked and saved this in a playlist of my own, and subbed to the channel. The video was outstanding, cinematography, narration, etc. However, I agree with another commenter – please include prices in the video. I loved the rangefinder, but I watch 99% of YouTube on TV. I spent extra time just to grab a laptop, login, find the history, find the description, only to learn that almost all of these are so far out of my price range, that it was a waste of time. At least if knew the prices before, I'd just move on with realistic expectations. We are nearing retirement and would be first-time buyers. So maybe I'm also not the demographic you're after.

  23. U thought of weather conditions??? Having these thing excessible out side ? Durrrr ! I've me a break ! Poxy millennium crap ! Lol 😀

  24. Not one of these are priced for what they're really worth. They all have huge egos screaming "I'm so dang cool! You should give me 10 times what I'm really worth!"

  25. God forbid anybody ever find out what any of these cost. It's a big frickin secret. I'm not just talking about the video, either. I tried to research the Azar4 and apparently, they don't actually want anybody to know how much they cost.

  26. Campers without heat or AC are comfort limited. Campers with pop-ups, roll-outs, slide-ups or whatever take time and effort to set up. When I get to where I am going, I do not want to add effort alreday needed to set up camp with extra parts that consume time and are subject to maintainice and faliure. Roll in to campsite, level it and and go have fun. Simpler is better.

  27. That Nebula and Little Rippa both get my vote. Would like to see more designs like these available in my area. Thanks for posting.

  28. Nifty stuff, though I can't agree with your ordering except number 1 definitely belongs there. The Cool Beans is more like number 14. In fact I can't quite figure out your criteria for choosing an order, so I think I'll just ignore the ranking and enjoy the video. 😉

  29. I usually don't like the ones that have a pop up or tent-like attachment but I really liked the Conquest. It had so much storage and I like that everything can be extended manually so there is no worry of an automatic system breaking down. I like the kitchen on the outside with weather coverage but plenty of airflow.

  30. The Little Ripper was gorgeous inside!!! However, at $70k….out of the reach of allot of people. The "Crossfire"…another beauty, still expensive at $48k!

  31. Bummer that it would cost almost twice just to get one to the USA 🙁 Im in love with the camper vans I really like the one shown as #10– that would fit for everything I need perfectly and still have the comforts of home

  32. Your review fails. What is the point of talking about these units and not tell us the msrp? You are requiring me to chase down the prices.

  33. My favorite is the Conqueror 490. I would love to see a piece that only includes overland type trailers – truly off-road capable. Thanks!

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