Stealth Enterprises has announced its new lineup of Stealth Nomad toy and work haulers for 2019. Ranging in size from 18 to 30 feet with a payload capacity of up to 7,700 pounds – depending on model and length – the Nomad series is engineered to handle both work and play equipment.
Every Nomad comes standard with a full bath including a shower, toilet and sink, as well as a full kitchen with two-burner stove, refrigerator, microwave and sink package.
Four 2020 Nomad model year floorplans are available:
- Front Kitchen in 18-to-30-foot sizes has the largest garage space or work area and can be outfitted with optional jack-knife couches and HappiJac queen bed to sleep four.
- Double Bunk in 24- to-30-foot sizes with a full bath and double bunk beds that sleep four up front and a mid-kitchen.
- Front Bath in 22- to-30-foot sizes with a large full bath and a shower forward and kitchenette behind.
- Queen Bed floorplan in the 24-to-30-foot sizes is a more conventional toy hauler configuration with a bedroom with queen bed up front, full bath adjacent and kitchenette mid-coach.
“The Stealth Nomad provides active families with the essential comforts of camping at a fraction of the price of today’s luxury toy hauler RVs,” said Mike Scheetz, president and COO. “The Nomad has the added benefit of serving working families as a tough crossover toy hauler that can handle dirt bikes, side-by-sides, cars or jeeps on the weekend, and then load construction equipment and materials to the job site throughout the week.”
A number of options are available for the Stealth Nomad:
- Choice of heavy-duty steel or lightweight aluminum frames
- Up to 5,000-pound ramp doors available
- Customized interior with additional cabinets, tool storage, roof and ladder racks, custom kitchens and a variety of stow-away sleeping accommodations from jack-knife sofas to queen-sized HappiJac beds
- Heavy-duty twin axles are standard in 5,200-, 6,000-, and 7,000-pound capacities depending on the length of the Nomad
- Pre-wired and equipped to handle power sources like portable solar panels or gas, diesel and LP generators