Just Purchased!!! Enjoy a wonderful relaxing vacation in this beautiful brand new Coachmen Clipper Cadet. At only 2740 pounds and a hitch weight of 402 pounds, this RV has the ability to be pulled by just about any truck or SUV with a class III receiver. (please check your vehicle's towing capacity first) Easy to tow and maneuver. Whether camping in an RV resort, or boon-docking, this RV is ready. It is fully self contained with water tank, battery, gas heat, and ready for fun.
Inside: There is plenty of room for the whole Family. Sleeps up to 5. Bunk beds, Queen Bed, and kitchenette area that convert into a bed. The kitchen is equipped with a propane stove, microwave oven, electric refrigerator, coffee pot, toaster, and is fully stocked with all utensils, cookware, and dinnerware. Bathroom has nice shower with lots of light from the sun roof. For entertainment, enjoy the DVD player and TV.
Outside: All hoses and plugs to hook up at campgrounds are included. Pull out the awning and set up the chairs we provide to relax outside. If you are going to the beach, let us know and we will provide beach chairs as well. Use the gas grill we provide to cook outside if you like.
We are centrally located in the southeast with a less than 2 hour drive from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Nashville, TN, and Atlanta Georgia. We will also be glad to drive the RV to the location of your choice and set up for you. (Fee may be required for delivery. Ask owner for details.)
**PLEASE READ ** Your vehicle must be set up for towing (see how much your vehicle can tow at: http://rv.campingworld.com/towguide ) Your Vehicle must be capable of towing a minimum of 2740bs. This is the weight of the R-pod. Add tank water, luggage, and items packed and you will be around 3200lbs. It is best to verify your vehicle can tow 3500lbs. To pull you must have a vehicle with a Class III receiver and provide your own hitch with a 2" ball, no pulling a trailer on a bumper ball. You MUST have a 7-way trailer connector installed on your vehicle. It is highly recommended that you have a trailer brake controller. Here is another good source for towing info and supplies: http://www.eTrailer.com