Roadtrek 190-Popular : No Need to Rough it On the Road!

When it comes to campers and camping, there are some folks who prefer a simple tent in the woods, with only the basics of survival.  Many of us, however, like to be close to nature, but have trouble sleeping on the ground with the bugs and no air conditioning.  The Roadtrek-190 Popular motor home was invented for those of us who have a hard time leaving our king-sized bed behind.

Class and Comfort

This motor home is just right for two people, and does, in fact, come equipped with a rear dinette or power sofa that folds out into a king-sized bed, or you have the option of two twin-sized beds.  No need to worry about storage, either, as this vehicle is equipped with a full-length wardrobe where you can stash camping clothes, and even clothes to wear out in the evening, if you find that perfect, more formal restaurant while on the road.

While you will still have the option of starting a campfire, you won't be required to, as the Roadtrek 190-Popular is outfitted with a galley that may even rival your kitchen at home.  Your morning coffee will be just a few feet away from you when you awaken to look out one of the generous windows upon whatever scenic view you happened to park next to the evening before.  When you're not cooking over an open fire or hitting the local restaurants, you'll dine in comfort at the front dining table.

Because this motor home is sized like a van, parking and getting in and out of tight spaces is not going to pose the problem that it does with larger campers.  Forget hotel rooms, because this baby is equipped with a home theatre system and an optional flat-screen television, which you can watch from bed, or by swiveling the television around so that it can be seen from the front captain's chairs.

Safety First

You can also rest safely in your Roadtrek 190-Popular knowing that it has been extensively safety-tested, including many voluntary tests that the manufacturer was not required to perform, but did anyway.  These include things such as a roof roll-over test and roof crush resistance test, in addition to the standard seatbelt, fuel system, and flammability testing that the government requires.

Extra Features Combine to Form the Perfect Motor Home

From the extra-durable carpeting, to an extra large bathroom that gives you the ability to stand up in your shower, the multitude of little things add comfort in a big way to this motor home.  From the larger-capacity refrigerator, to batteries that possess a longer life than other motor homes; and from the solid cherry-framed cabinetry to the granite countertops, this vehicle is outfitted with class and comfort!