2010 EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer

"Eco-friendly composite trailer - value, innovation, quality - our goal is to produce the most environmentally friendly recreational vehicles ever manufactured"

This is the 2010 review
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Important dimensions:
Exterior length 25'11" - 33'8"
Exterior width 8'1", Exterior height (inc A/C) 10'0", Interior height 6'6"
9 models (8/09) - we show the floorplans below
GVWR 5390 - 7624, UVW 3905 - 5611
Tanks - fresh / grey / black - 40 / 29 - 58 / 20 gals
MSRP see dealer on right for pricing >>

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EverGreen says: "We are revolutionizing the recreational vehicle industry with a new generation of innovative, sustainable, eco- friendly, travel trailers that are as healthy for your family as they are for our environment. Our new ComposiTek Construction process produces a trailer thats built with the latest in lightweight, composite materials taking the place of wood and wood substrates used in conventional RV construction."

EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer exterior
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Just some of the exterior features: compositek exterior, automotive bronze high gloss gel coat exterior, aluminum framed, dark tinted safety glass windows, diamond plated steel rear bumper with sewer hose storage, accent colored aluminum skirting and fender skirting, oversized, lighted exterior pass-through storage

EverGreen goes on to say: "You can breathe easy with EverGreen RV. Eliminating wood substrates and other out-dated, non-sustainable materials virtually eradicates formaldehyde and out- gassing to make EverGreen products healthier for your entire family. Another benefit is your RV will be more durable and last longer because it will resist water, rot, mold, mildew and deteriorationthus extending the life and resale value far beyond the life cycle of conventionally built RVs of today."

The pictures below show an Ever-Lite interior (see floorplans below.) Roaming Times thinks these floorplans really are well thought out with innovative features. Many of our readers have told us about their problems with formaldehyde in a new RV; it really is good to see the use of low volatile organic compound construction materials in the Evergreen.

EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer interior

Just some of the interior features: solid wood mortised cabinet doors, screwed and glued cabinetry, wood interior door casing, ceiling crown moldings, enhanced interior lighting package, jackknife steel framed sofa, extra large dinette window, jalousie crank-out windows for use in the rain, convertible booth dinette with storage, padded no crack vinyl flooring throughout

The next picture shows the kitchen of the 29FK model (see floorplans below.) All of the models include the following kitchen features: double door refrigerator/freezer, 3 burner range, microwave convection oven, 60/40 split composite sink

EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer interior - kitchen 29FK model
The next picture shows one of the bunk models - the 33QB (see floorplans below.) The bunks are 36 by 74 inches. The bottom bunk folds for huge storage accessed through the outside bike door.

EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer interior - 33QB bunk model

Finally we show a picture of a bedroom arrangement. This 80 inch residential queen size matress is standard in the spacious bedrooms of the 25RB,27RB,31BHS,31DS,31RB,31RLS,& the 33QB models:

EverGreen Ever-Lite travel trailer interior - bedroom arrangement showing residential queen bed


Just a couple of final points from EverGreen:

  • Our goal is to produce the most environmentally friendly recreational vehicles ever manufactured on the planet
  • The Ever-Lite has the amenities of a full featured travel trailer wrapped up in an aerodynamic lightweight package. All aluminum frame laminated construction with high gloss exteriors and modern graphics complement the most up-to-date interior features found on the market today...
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FLOORPLANS:
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