Self-Sufficient ‘Escape Vista’ Trailer For Extended Road Trips

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(via) We’re pretty deeply stoked on our old Volswagen Westfalia. It’s taken us on so many epic family road trips that we’ve lost count; we have so many good memories driven by its four wheels! But let’s say – for the sake of a column that is defined largely by the intangible parameters of fantasy – that money was of no concern, kids weren’t part of the equation, and we weren’t as into “roughing it” as we’ve wearily grown accustomed to. I don’t think we’d ever truly be sold on a behemoth RV, but a trailer might do the trick. Parking one of these cedar and steel-sided beauties in the Valley of the Gods would definitely be worth the drive. Depending on your options package, the Escape Vista comes with all the amenities you could ever hope for on the road, like a toilet, dishwasher, high efficiency A/C, LP & baseboard heat, LP hot water heater, induction cooktop, USB plugs, back-up solar power, and much more (even an exterior shower set-up). The cost? The base model is $46,600 USD.

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