“A Drive-Everyday Motorhome on the Mercedes-built “Short” Sprinter – Compact exterior size great fuel economy comfortable seating for five… interior openness and livability and all the features of a typical motorhome”
Important dimensions: A n exciting new layout on the smallest Sprinter van the most fuel efficient chassis in the RV industry GVWR 8550 lbs, UVW 7100 lbs, GCWR 13550 lbs
Length 19’5 Height (with A/C) 9’7 Exterior Width (W/O mirrors) 6’8
Standing height 6’3″
Tanks – fresh / black / grey – 30 / 20 / 11 gals MSRP see dealers for pricing >>(Details believed to be correct but check with manufacturer. Any suggestions, changes, pictures, experiences, please email firstname.lastname@example.org )
Roaming Times’ Roadtrek reader quotes: “Really like this. Perfect for my husband and I. We’re thinking of downsizing from a class A. Our problem isn’t really the size or how many it sleeps, we’re only 2 people, but storing it. We’re spending too much money keeping our class A in storage.” (Kath) “We LOVE our Roadtrek! We have had a Monaco 36′, a Lance pick up camper, a Rexhall 32′ Motor home, a TrailLte B+, and several travel trailers… When we saw Class Bs we knew that one of those was for us! After checking out several different manufacturers, we chose the Roadtrek. We wish we’d gotten one long ago..” (DesrtDrmr ) See other comments further down this page Send us anything you like to add to help others….
Roadtrek says: “The Roadtrek SS-Agile is based on the all new 144″ wheelbase Sprinter 2500 van. At only 19 1/2 feet long, the SS (Short Sprinter) is perfect for those who want a vehicle thats really as easy to use everyday as a large crossover or conversion van but one that offers all the conveniences of a fully-equipped motorhome and delivers great fuel economy!
The 144″ wheelbase Sprinter van has the same specifications as the 170″ wheelbase van used for our RS (Regular Sprinter) model except the body and interior length are 40″ shorter, overall length is 19′ 5”, turning radius is 7′ smaller and the weight ratings are lower.
We show 3 pictures below of the wonderfully innovative rear slide out and its benefits: “WHAT IS THE EXTERIOR LIKE?”: These pictures from the manufacturer, dealers, and readers RoTi (RoamingTimes.com) thanks you for your contribution Send us anything you like to add to help others….
“Inside youll find a great passenger vehicle for five within a fully-equipped class B that sleeps two. There is comfortable forward facing seating for five with the two front captain seats and rear electric power sofa seating three. Just aft of the driver seat is a 59″ long galley with eye-catching granite counter, recessed European-style propane stove with glass cover, under-mounted stainless steel sink, 3.8 cu. ft. 3-way refrigerator, convection/microwave oven and optional coffee maker.
Opposite the galley and aft of the entry behind the front passenger seat is a permanent bathroom. Its unique doors allow ample aisle width when the bathrooms not in use. But when in use the doors allow extra space inside while keeping the aisle clear. Inside the bathroom youll find a marine toilet, vanity sink that slides out over the toilet, and a sit-down shower (or stand-up for smaller people).”
The pictures above and below shows a Roadtrek SS-Agile available 12/2010 – American RV, MI
“Like other models, the rear sofa easily converts to a king-size bed or twin-like beds (we say twin-like since they are separated beside your legs only when youre sleeping). The driver side is 6′ 4″ long, the passenger side 6′ long.
The SS models provide an unrivaled combination of use-every-day driving and parking ease with the conveniences of a fully-equipped motorhome. Compact exterior size great fuel economy comfortable seating for five… interior openness and livability and all the features of a typical motorhome. Its possible uses are endless! Add the proven popularity of the Mercedes-built Sprinter and youve got another winner from Roadtrek!”