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Old 08-26-2009, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default RV Review: Roadtrek RS-Adventurous Class B

Canadian Driver Magazine
RV Review: Roadtrek RS-Adventurous Class B motorhome
Review and photos by Howard Elmer

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Many of the impressions I picked up while driving the RS-Adventurous were processed with the idea that RVers who would be interested in a unit like this will do a lot of driving. Frankly, that is what this unit is best for, as opposed to spending weeks at a time parked.
Storage in a Class B is always an issue and I wouldn’t suggest that there is more storage than the footprint of the van will allow. Instead I will say that I saw every usable square inch used economically and the rest devoted to storage of every shape and size. Much like designing a yacht, where space is also at a premium, this Roadtrek follows the same principles right down to cut-outs in the inner van wall that access space between the support studs

A feature that I didn’t have – but which will soon be installed in these units - is a backup camera that will project onto the touch screen included with a new Radio/GPS/Bluetooth system.
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