Jeep and Mopar are offering consumers the chance to really enjoy their summer trip this year. Well, not all consumers, but those who own a Jeep can take advantage the first off-road camper trailers. The designs of both the entry-level Trail Edition model and the Extreme Trail Edition are inspired by the Wrangler, sharing many parts with the actual model including tail lights, wheels, fender flares and badges.
The first of them is the Jeep Trail Edition Camper for Casual Campers. It is priced at $9,995 and features an extensive use of lightweight tubular-aluminum construction, 32″ BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, a diamond-plated aluminum top, a comfortable multi-use sofa, a queen-sized bed, and a 110-volt power inverter that provides additional cooking, heating, cooling, and entertainment options.
For hard-core off-road enthusiasts, the Jeep offers Extreme Trail Edition camper. Available for the $11,995, the Extreme version adds a heavy-duty frame, more ground clearance (15 inches), a full-underbody skid plate, black diamond-plated aluminum fenders and larger 35-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires.
The passionate campers will not have to wait for too long to grab their camper trailers. Both versions have been scheduled to go on sales in August when the interested buyers may order them as Mopar accessories at local Jeep dealerships.