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Roadtrek 210-Popular and 210-Versatile
class B motorhomes
"A beautiful fusion of design, engineering and functionality with optional arrangements for seating and sleeping- the ultimate widebody class B!"
Chevrolet Express 3500 Extended Van
6.0 L SFI gas V8 engine 323 HP
9600 lbs, unloaded weight 8300 lbs
Height 8'9 Exterior Width 7'4
starting at $89,050
Roadtrek says "Our 210 models represent the ultimate fusion of design, engineering and functionality in the class B segment. Built on the Chevrolet Express extended van, they are true class B motorhomes."
Roadtrek starts with a full van body and then extends the frame 18" behind the rear wheels increasing the overall length to 21'11". Then they add a fully-painted steel cage reinforced fiberglass body. Roadtrek says that the long wheelbase allows for "amazing ride quality and handling ... Inside theres more of everything: more headroom (74"), more interior space, more room in the permanently enclosed bathroom, more storage space, more sleeping area, a larger refrigerator (raised in the 210-Popular for easier access!), a large convection/microwave oven (microwave only in 210-Versatile) and an optional builtin coffee maker. The exterior features four hidden drawers for easy access to auxiliary batteries, external connections and storage."
We show pictures of the beautiful interior below:
The picture above shows the 210-Populars galley with a large window and a long and deep
solid-surface counter. A convection/microwave oven and 5 cu.ft. refrigerator are located after the galley to create more space for a handy pull-out table, four deep drawers and a huge cupboard below the counter. The twin beds are wide (30") and the king bed that you can see in the picture below is 6'8" wide.
You can see the arrangement of the 210 Popular and Versatile models on the floorplans below. We think they are - as Roadtrek has become famous for - clever arrangements and use of the space.
Roadtrek explains the floorplans as follows:
The 210-Popular has sleeping comfort for just two (or three) people with seating for up to five. With forward facing seating for three and sleeping for one at the front, the rear features a dinette or optional power sofa with seating for two that converts to a luxurious king-size bed or convenient twins.
The 210-Versatile has 2 captains seats and two forward facing lounge seats that provide comfortable, belted seating for four up front. Simply swivel the captains seats and with the cloverleaf dining table you have the best seats in the house for whatever is on the menu - dinner, conversation or games.
The power sofa at the back does triple duty. It makes a great place to watch amovie with the home theatre system and optional flat screen TV, provides beltedseating for another two (U.S. only) and makes into an 80" x 60" queen-size bed. Its perfect for those who want a larger bed than the 190-Versatile but dont want to lose seating for four at the front.
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A beautiful fusion of design, engineering and functionality with optional arrangements for seating and sleeping- the ultimate widebody class B!
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