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Not everyone can afford an RV of luxurious proportions

For most of us, sacrificing the space of a standard home is necessary for life on the road, but that doesn’t mean comfort or fun are left behind. Here are the best examples of today’s small RVs.

Class B’s, travel trailers, pop-ups and truck campers. What do they all have in common? They offer some of the best small RV options on the market. The world is your living room when you own an RV so as long as your vehicle offers protection and comfort, a happy size is relative! We’re highlighting some of the best examples for you to review.

The Happier Camper

The Happier Camper is only 10 feet long and just under 7 feet wide with a dry tow weight of 1,100 pounds. The 100 percent fiberglass construction has a real 1950s look and sports such modern features as a contoured solar panel and modular capabilities. Being small doesn’t exclude family use since the Happy Camper sleeps five.

Hard as it may be to believe, there’s storage space throughout this delightful little cab. Its petite dimensions would certainly make it a breeze to park and make for an easy fit in many garages. The Happy Camper’s construction materials are non-toxic which is an excellent feature.

Remote-controlled LED lighting is contained within a weather-resistant shell sits alongside the Adaptiv modular interior system which allows owners to easily reconfigure the interior of this camper with a variety of bed sizes, tables, countertops, and storage. Your imagination can really get some exercise with this one! You can browse the brochure for this retro rover and find out more about it.

Driving a Dolphin

Sleek and silver-blue like its namesake, the Dolphin Class B Motor Coach still cuts a fine figure among RVs. The stylish and comfortable interior contains an entertainment system, and the Dolphin performs very well in terms of fuel ROI. LED lighting, glossy cabinets microwave, sink and fridge all give this Class B a luxurious effect despite its size.

Add in the electric folding bed, air conditioning, and cellular wireless internet, two HD TVs and solar array and the Dolphin is no slouch in the technology department, either. This RV comfortably sleeps two, so it’s ideal for a couple looking to enjoy the road life.

Be part of pop culture with a Jayco Jay Sport

Pop-up campers are a very popular option, and their style adds to the camping vibe. The Jayco Sport Baja may be small but has 15-inch off-road mud tires to make big adventures possible. Vinyl flooring, fridge, and indoor/outdoor stoves blur the line between tent and home which is just how an RV should be.

Jayco’s RVs can protect you against harsh cold and even UV light. There’s also generous storage with drawers and a hanging wardrobe.

The Lance 650 Camper

The 650 is a lightweight, fully-featured 3-sleeper truck camper which has a 6-foot 4-inch dinette with table, a north/south queen-size bed and a high-quality interior with a bathroom, smart storage (cabinets, shelves, and wardrobes) and a kitchen with all amenities. It can be purchased with add-on features like a microwave, air-conditioning, and keyless entry.

It’s HDMI and Bluetooth enabled too; a feature which also extends to the 650’s audio/video system. Its aluminum frame construction weighs in at 1,903 pounds and under 16 feet long with heat-saving windows and a tankless water heater. The standard features are quite impressive. Want to build your own? Try out Lance’s model builder.

If you’re ready to start your own RV journey or you’ve been on the road a while, we’d love to help you get more out of your experience. Contact us today to discover everything we offer our members.

The RV Advisor is proud to provide our thousands of members with practical wisdom for life on the road. We cover everything from buying new or used, roadside assistance and where to stop and shop. You can drop by our home page for a live chat, email us at info@thervadvisor.com or call 833-229-0911.

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