Lance Camper debuted its new ultra-light travel trailer line, dubbed the 1475.
The all-new 1475 is a 14-foot, non-slide model which brings Lance’s total number of travel trailer floor plans to nine, ranging in size from 14 to 22 feet.
“Downsizing, simplification, micro-homes, it's all the rage these days,” Lance’s Director of Marketing Bob Rogers said. “The genesis for this model came directly from our customers and is a result of what they wanted to see in a sub 15-foot floor plan. The 1475 is ultra-light weight with 100 percent Lance DNA and yes, it doesn’t have a fixed dinette. Customers tell us they like to eat outside or while sitting in their lounge chairs and would rather have two comfortable chairs and a nice size dry bath, so that's what we designed.”
The 1475 comes standard with laminated fiberglass, aluminum frame, block foam insulated construction and Azdel interior panel walls.
Features include bluetooth, app-enabled audio system, LED lighting, pass through storage, radius full torque frameless dual pane tinted windows, aluminum wheels, exterior propane BBQ connection, exterior wash station and ducted heat.
Options include keyless entry, electric lateral arm awning with motion sensor, solar panel, LED TV, microwave and air conditioning.
The 1475 is designed to be towed behind almost any midsize tow vehicle with a minimum of 3,500-pound gross vehicle weight rating.
The first shipments of this model are now hitting dealer lots and featured in the final winter shows of the season. Base manufacturer suggested retail price is $23,888.
For more model information, visit http://www.lancecamper.com/travel-trailers/1475/.