VIDEO: Leisure Travel Vans Introduces the Wonder Rear Twin Bed

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Leisure Travel Vans, a brand of Triple E Recreational Vehicles, recently introduced the Wonder Rear Twin Bed (RTB), a new Class C motorhome built on the Ford Transit chassis. The Wonder RTB features North America’s first exterior pass-through garage on a Ford Transit-based Class C, large enough to house two full-size bicycles and much more.

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Inside, the Wonder RTB’s layout features separate areas to live, eat, and sleep, a three-piece dry bathroom, and the largest galley offered in the Leisure Travel Vans lineup. The Wonder RTB will be available to order starting today, with deliveries beginning in fall.

“For years we have been asked by our customers to build an RV with an exterior garage, large enough to store their bicycles and other large items. We are excited to finally be able to offer this, along with a host of other innovations found in the Wonder RTB,” said Ryan Elias, GM of Triple E RV. “We think this could be a real winner with our active customers, with over 67 cubic feet of concealed exterior storage to bring their bikes, golf clubs, inflatable kayaks and more.”

The new Wonder includes two full-size hanging wardrobes located underneath the twin beds. New for 2019, the Wonder has Natural Rift cabinetry with curved upper cabinet doors, finished in Italian-made FENIX NTM. The FENIX NTM matte surfaces are scratch-resistant, anti-fingerprint, and anti-bacterial. For pet owners, a cavity beneath the passenger-side twin bed can be converted into a “dog house.”

The unit features two Smart LED TVs, a Bluetooth soundbar and Blu-ray player. A convenient, touchscreen display controls everything from lighting, heating and cooling, tank and battery level monitoring and more. The Wonder also is available with an optional Winegard ConnecT 2.0 WiFi Extender with 4G LTE.

The Wonder RTB offers a separate bedroom area in the rear of the coach. The 32-inch by 76-inch twin beds can also be slid together, forming a single bed wider than a residential queen bed. Accessible storage can be found underneath the twin beds.

In the galley, a large Corian counter extension flips down to create the largest countertop found in a Leisure Travel Van. Other notable galley features include an integrated slide-out garbage bin, a pull-out pantry, and deep, full-extension drawers.

The dinette table features two folding leaves, providing extra dining space when needed, and sits on top of a removable swivel mount, which can be transferred to an additional mount located in the bedroom area, creating a secondary dinette-like setting.

New for 2019, the Wonder is available in seven exterior colors. Measuring under 10 feet in total height and 24 feet and 9 inches in length, the Wonder features contoured sidewalls, a fiberglass flex roof and aerodynamic integrated front and rear fiberglass caps.

Another feature is the optional integrated side-mount exterior table. When not in use, the table can be folded up and stored in the garage.

The Ford chassis features such Ford SYNC with MyFordTouch infotainment, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a GPS navigation system. The Wonder is also equipped with a lane-keeping safety feature that alerts the driver when the vehicle drifts out of a lane.

The Wonder is built on the Ford Transit cutaway chassis with a 178-inch wheelbase, a GVWR of 10,360 pounds, and is powered by a 3.2L I-5 Power Stroke Turbo Diesel with 185HP, and 6-speed auto transmission.

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