How much is a Earth Roamer RV?

How much does an earthroamer cost? The HD is priced at $1.7 million plus the price of options for a fully loaded rig, tailored to your specific needs. Where can I see an EarthRoamer? All EarthRoamer vehicles are built and sold from our factory in Dacono, Colorado USA.

Who makes roamer campers?

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How much is the Earth Roamer LTi?

The EarthRoamer LTi is a luxury carbon-fiber tiny home that costs up to $700,000 and is built on a four-wheel-drive Ford F-550 chassis. The LTi has details from EarthRoamer’s LTS and HD builds, both of which are also camper vans built on a Ford.

Can you tow with an EarthRoamer?

The EarthRoamer LTi is designed from the ground up to be the ultimate adventure vehicle. Every LTi is built on a four-wheel drive Ford F-550 chassis with a quiet, efficient, and powerful 6.7L turbo diesel V8 engine. With a towing capacity of up to 10,000 pounds, you can bring along all of your toys.

Where are Earthroamers made?

Every EarthRoamer Xpedition Vehicle is designed and engineered in Colorado, and hand built by Colorado craftsmen. All sales, service and new vehicle production is performed at our Colorado facility located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.

How much does the EarthRoamer XV-LTS cost?

But all that flexibility comes at a cost. EarthRoamers are some of the most expensive expedition vehicles on the market, with a brand new EarthRoamer XV-LTS starting at $438,000.

Why is an Earth Roamer so expensive?

EarthRoamers Are Based On Heavy Duty Ford Pick-Up Trucks It specifically uses the Lariat trim of the Ford which is powered by a 6.7L Turbo V8 diesel that pumps out 330 hp and 750 lb-ft. The EarthRoamer HD packs a humongous 115-gallon diesel fuel tank that can take you places without hiccups.

How much does a Unimog camper cost?

However, with a $580,000 starting price, that’s to be expected. That’s even more than Global Expedition Vehicles’ Unimog. Finding a Unimog camper isn’t easy. But it makes for a truck that can genuinely travel the world.