Quicksilver VRV Cargo Camping Trailer

Press Releases — By on May 6, 2010 at 10:55 pm

Non-review Manufacturers release:

Introducing the ultimate in flexibility – the all-new VRV (Versatile Recreational Vehicle), a unique combination of a cargo trailer and camper! Featuring QUICKSILVER’s famous ALL-ALUMINUM construction, the VRV is built to stand the test of time while offering the lightest trailers on the market. Unlike other cargo trailers, which are built using steel and plywood (which rusts and rots) – the VRV offers the ultimate in lightweight versatility, with more than enough room for your motorcycle, full size ATV (with roll cage); golf cart; scooters; and more – all in an insulated and finished, all aluminum coach!

Choose from a variety of exterior colors, each highlighted with rugged diamond plate trim, aluminum floor planking, aluminum frame; sidewalls and roof trusses. Even the cabinetry is aluminum!

QUALITY FEATURES

1. Tubular Aluminum Frame Lightweight; Durable; will not rust away like typical steel frames.

2. Dexter™ Independent Torsion Suspension Provides the smoothest ride, best tracking and less rebound in all terrains – compared to outdated spring leaf suspensions.

3. Inter-Locking Aluma-Plank® Floor Deck Lightweight; Durable; will not rot away, sag or have soft spots like typical plywood floor decking. Frankly, there’s just no comparison to conventional trailers here.

4. Tubular Aluminum Sidewall Framing Lightweight; Durable; will not rot away like wood. 1.5” x 3” Tubular Framing at Bunks.

5. Aluminum Sidewall Exterior Skin Lightweight; Strong; Durable; offers the option of colors vs. competition’s white.

6. Diamond Plate Aluminum Rockguard and Trim Package (automotive styling) Protective; Durable and Adds a Great Look to the Exterior of the Camper.

7. Diamond Vinyl Interior Wall Board Durable; Cut off 6” from Floor so You Can Spray Out Your Trailer with a Hose.

12. Custom Molded Composite Countertops Lightweight; Durable; Sink Molded into Counter; Designed to stand the test of time – compared with the laminated “presswood” tops (most models).

13. Fully Insulated Construction Lightweight Block Foam Insulation is Packed into the 1-1/2” Thick Sidewalls and 4” Thick Roof of each Trailer.

14. Strong Aluminum Roof Rafter System Lightweight, yet Very Strong Rafters.

15. Heavy-Duty, Durable Tent Bunks Sets Up Easily in just minutes Offering zippered
windows with screens; and upgraded bar locks when closed.

17. 6’-7” Interior Headroom No more bending over in your bike trailer! Enjoy the ability to walk around with plenty of clearance!

18. “Living Quarters” Available (most models) Features a full array of aluminum cabinetry
including kitchenette with base and overhead storage; a pantry; a closet inside the commode room!

19. 12V Power Vent in Ceiling

20.  Protective Bag Covers at Bunks These durable protective covers allow you to protect the bunks and mattresses from the vehicles or other items you store inside the VRV during travel.

21 Available Porta-Potty Room/Closet Convenient privacy with exterior door access. Can be used for storage or for a porta potty (porta potty is optional).

OTHER STD. EXTERIOR FEATURES:

• 77” Ramp Door Opening Designed to accommodate even the largest ATV or Utility Vehicles
• Spring Balanced Ramp Door No Cables, No Head Spring; Easy Lift
• Aluminum Mag Wheels
• Four Stabilizer Jacks
• Safety Chains
• Lighted, Molded License Plate Cover
• Exterior Entrance Step
• Man Door on Side

P O P U L A R O P T I O N S

• 13,500 BTU A/C Unit (with Heat)
• Awning (size varies per unit)
• Interior Cabinetry Packages
• Tip-Out Bunk Beds
• Porta Potty
• Wet Bath Design
• E-Track Floor Tie Down System

Contact Quicksilver for information.

Due to our commitment to continuous product improvement, Livin Lite Recreational Vehicles reserves the right to make changes to components, standards, specifications, and materials. Photos may show optional equipment which is not included in the purchase price of the camper. Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation to Livin Lite Recreational Vehicles. Be sure to review current product details of any model you are purchasing with the retailer in order to ascertain the exact specifications.

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    8 Comments

  • jgroover says:

    That is a Perfect Rig for 2 nighters and Pismo when you don’t want to take the Big Trailer. what kind of MSRP is on these bad boys?

  • vans says:

    I’ve been researching cargo trailers with living quarters to pull behind my van for camping and storage. There are a few out there that look like cargo trailers from Pace, Haulmark, etc. They look a lot tougher and more durable than the typical toy haulers. I like the VRV because of the Aluminium and weight issues. It’s not like I’m killing it with the MPG’s now so light weight would be nice.

    But there is little on the VRV site that talks about the living quarter features like gray/black water capacity, if a roof A/C is an option, Solar Panel wire routing etc. Shame though because this looks like a very top end product.

  • glenn hammonds says:

    want info enclosed trailers for quads

  • Tammy Foster says:

    I would like mord info on cargo with side tents. Can this have electrical for lights TV and either an AC/heat or fans? Can the ramp be turned into an outside porch or just closed permentantly to allow for a couch with fold out? Also can the roofvhave solar panelsvon it?
    Thank you

  • adrie says:

    I would like mord info on cargo with side tents om lef and right.

  • Mike s says:

    Do you take trades I have a 2018 CarryOn enclosed trailer I bought new in August

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