10 Best Camper Vans to Check Out in 2020

10 Best Camper Vans to Check Out in 2020


I’d like to think camper vans first became
a thing because of the many nights partying that left drivers sleeping in the back. If
you ask any of my southern-bred uncle cousins they’ll tell you stories that hint at that
very truth. I’m Reacher…whether it’s fact or not, there’s
a market stretching back around 70 years. So to carry the torch a bit longer, in this
video we’re bringing you 10 Camper Vans to check out in 2020 Number ten. Expanding on the existing Jumper Biker Solution,
Citroën added a new model to the line offering more room and versatility. The new Biker Solution
Multi measures just under 20 feet long and 6 1/2 feet wide, differing from its predecessor
by utilizing a flat loading floor which allows the van to hold cargo as large as an ATV. Behind the cab area is a small counter with
a flush mounted sink, mini-fridge and a removable dining table. Like the others on this list, the Multi also
serves as a camper, having room to sleep up to four people using the bed in the pop-up
roof and a fold-down bed in the back of the van. There’s also a large awning for those times
when lounging around outside is a must. Number nine. The large white logo on the side of this one
stands out, hinting to everyone that there’s more to it than the plain, black exterior
would have you believe. Inside is a small kitchenette next to the
sliding door, which allows it to be used both inside and outside. Across from this is a
fully enclosed wet bath with a fold-down sink. The back of the van has twin beds on each
side that can be joined, creating a larger sleeping area. Underneath is a storage area
that can be increased via the fold-up headboards. The 19 1/2-foot Yucon 6.0 and its sister 7.0
Lounge model are the first camper vans from German-based Frankia. They’re well known for
their motorhomes so it stands to reason that they’ll make a mark in this corner of the
industry as well. Number eight. Another one that made an appearance at Caravan
Salon 2019 is the Volkswagen California 6.1 Beach. It measures just over 16 feet from bumper
to bumper. A large sliding door opens to reveal a kitchenette with a dual burner cooktop,
sink, and a 42-liter cooler. A removable table that can be attached to the side of the counter
to serve as a dining area. The pop-up roof houses a bed which can be
shut off from the rest of the van using a sliding panel in the ceiling. This, along
with the bench seat in the rear that converts to another bed, provides room to sleep four
people. Number seven. Although it can function as a camper, The
Trakka Buro Kamp ORP isn’t your typical camper van, instead having a set-up geared toward
special purpose vehicles. Sliding doors on both sides provide access
to an interior sporting a cabinet stretching the width of the doorway. This can be used
for multiple purposes, serving as a vendor-style sales counter as well as a meeting space using
the folding table. Dual side awnings provide protection from the elements, allowing the
work to be taken outside if needed. The kitchenette flanks the floorspace having
a sink on one side and a microwave sitting above a mini-fridge on the other. Taking up the rear of the van is a bed that
can be folded away to open up the back for extra storage. Number six. This list wouldn’t be complete without at
least camper van from Winnebago. Built on a Mercedes chassis, the 23-foot Boldt is one
of the newest models the company has to offer for the coming year. Taking up the rear of the van is a wet bath
spanning the width of the vehicle. A sliding door separates this from the twin beds found
directly to the front of it. A flex bed system utilizing a framed series of slats slides
out to connect the two, creating a single queen-size bed. Forward of this, on the driver’s side is the
kitchenette having an induction cooker, a flush mounted sink, a microwave, and a mini-fridge. Not only is the Boldt an all-weather vehicle,
it utilizes the Pure³ Advanced Energy System which provides 11.6 kilowatt-hours of electrical
power. These two features guarantee that no matter the destination, you’ll be comfortable
during and after the ride. Number five. Dethleffs Globevan E.Hybrid was first introduced
to the public at Caravan Salon 2019, creating quite a stir as it’s the company’s first camper
van as well as a hybrid. Although compact, the 16-foot layout provides
everything you’d expect, having a small kitchenette with a glass-covered, stainless-steel sink
and dual-burner cooker next to a 16-liter cooler. Next to this is a bench seat that folds down
into a twin-size sleeper. This provides room to sleep up to four people using the twin
bed in the pop-top as well. Power on this one comes from a 13.6 kilowatt
hour battery coupled with a 1-liter EcoBoost generator that allow for a maximum range around
310 miles. For maximum efficiency, there are four driving modes allowing the driver their
choice of which power source to use. Charging time on this one is 3 hours on a fast charge
and just 5 1/2 hours on a standard wall socket. Number four. Located in Willoughby, Ohio is Advanced RV,
a company that offers upgrades to existing vehicles along with custom-built camper vans. Built on a Mercedes Sprinter Chassis measuring
almost 23 feet long, the silver paint scheme is a misleading contrast to the bright colors
found throughout the interior. Upon entering, the first thing that pops out
is the contrast of the lime green against the original black decor. The cab of the vehicle
offers a roomier feel due to the inclusion of a large touchscreen integrated into the
dashboard. Directly behind this is the side entrance
which has the microwave and a 6.8 cubic-foot fridge/freezer directly opposite. A centrally
located wet bath with a stainless-steel accented sink is located across from an extra-long
stainless-steel countertop and sink that includes a folding, slide-out extension. The rear of the van houses the lounge area
which has an electric sofa that converts to a sleeper. Supplementing the six-cylinder turbo-diesel
is an 800 amp-hour battery bank for those off-grid moments. Number three. This second entry from Australian based Trakka,
the Torino 4S is their most compact camper van. Built around the Fiat Ducato XLWB, this
21-footer still has plenty of space for all the needed amenities. Starting in the back, there’s a fold-down
double bed running in an east to west configuration. When it’s raised, it provides an extra lounge
area that can be used as an alternative dining space. Directly in front of this is the galley having
an induction cooker and a flush mounted sink. Sitting opposite is a microwave mounted above
a mini-fridge while next to that is a fully enclosed wet bath with an electrically controlled
retractable toilet. The front has seating for four using the rotating
captain’s chairs and the bench seating. A removable table allows for this to be used
as a dinette as well. Hanging around outside becomes easier thanks
to the remote controlled, electric awning and the table that can be mounted on the side
of the van. Number two. Offering the quality one would expect from
German-based Knaus, the Boxlife 630 ME is an upgrade built around a 21-foot long Fiat
Ducato Chassis. Located directly behind the cab is the dinette,
which has an adjustable, extending table. Moving back finds a centrally placed wet bath
with a rotating toilet and fold-down sink. The shower is unique, located in the middle
of the floor and utilizing a sliding-door to curtain it off from the living space. Across from this is the kitchen, having a
flush mounted cooker and sink, multiple drawers for storage underneath, and a 90-liter fridge/freezer
with a chilling drawer below. The rear of the van houses the main sleeping
area. An upper, almost queen-size bed can be lowered as needed while below is a king-size
bed. The rear beds are versatile with the lower
one being able to be stowed away to create space for two bicycles as well as converting
to extra seating in the form of a couch. Number one. You might call it a concept but the company
built a prototype so there’s that designation. Feel free to debate that one in the comments
as you see fit. When Hymer designed the VisionVenture, they
chose to forego the standard conversion kit, instead building on a heavily modified Mercedes
Sprinter. The rear houses a lounge area that has twin
couches on each side, flanking a dining table that folds down and lowers telescopically,
then retracts under the seat to offer a clear floor space between. This area can be expanded
and opened to the elements by raising the large panoramic window and lowering the gate
to create a small terrace. A small, slide-out electric grill is hidden away underneath the
sofa, complementing the outdoor element. Forward of this is a transforming bathroom
that utilizes an expanding wall and a sliding partition that keeps the shower separate from
the vanity and toilet. Directly across is a centrally located kitchen
with a flush mounted induction cooktop, a large, basin style sink that has a faucet
coming out of the wall, and a refrigerator drawer underneath. Next to this is a staircase mounted to the
sidewall that leads to a loft-area created by the pop-top roof. The roof of the pop-top
is covered in solar panels, taking care of the electrical needs along with any off-grid
moments. Another small but handy feature is the inclusion
of a workstation behind the passenger seat that includes a fold-down desk and built-in
LED lighting. Citing this one as a study in design, the
company has stated that some of the features in the VisionVenture will find their way into
future production vehicles. Alright, folks. There’s a few camper vans
to get the coming year started. If you have a favorite or any you think should’ve made
the list, feel free to let us know in the comments. And if you have any stories from
the past about your camper van days, throw those in as well. I’m Reacher, and we’ll see you on the next
one!

100 Comments

  • DIY by Dino

    September 8, 2019

    Good morning

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  • MN OP

    September 8, 2019

    👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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  • Mohammad Omar

    September 8, 2019

    I would have to have number one as it has the hight or off roading and how the rear opens up is nice extra .

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  • P PM

    September 8, 2019

    The link to the Hymer VisionVenture Concept takes you to the Hymer web page, but there is no information I could find on this concept. Is there another source for this? Do you have a link?

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  • Brandy Ramos

    September 8, 2019

    I like #1 my ideal CAMPER van, got to have a shower and solar.

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  • Jeff Harmed

    September 8, 2019

    IMHO number 1 has some fresh ideas. There is a compact vanity/loo combo that transforms into a shower in such a manner that the loo and vanity are shielded from splashing – very thoughtful.

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  • Frank D'Angelo

    September 8, 2019

    I like #1. The Clark Cortez

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  • Craig Williams

    September 8, 2019

    #1 is definitely the ultimate, but #10 grabbed me because I could take my motorcycle with me!!

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  • PhoebeFay RuthLouise

    September 8, 2019

    I love this video! I am mildly obsessed with vans I can live in, and I am very excited to see so many of these have a shower and bathroom! And Reacher, I’m originally from Maryland, not south enough to recognize the term—what’s an “uncle cousin”?

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  • hurcikovakat1

    September 8, 2019

    OMG the last one is most amazing vehicle of this kind I have ever seen !!!!!! 
    Ha Ha this Mercedes van has customers already as I see from the comments below.
    Just about everyone here wants it .
    Bring it on OK better yet
    put me on the waiting list as I shall take one in red color please

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  • Chris Calvin

    September 8, 2019

    Good video

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  • Cameron Stevens

    September 8, 2019

    Guys, I seriously appreciate you making these videos. The Hymer looks amazing, the pinnacle of the mobile (van) life experience, but they're all remarkable.

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  • tandung nguyen

    September 8, 2019

    1,449 views

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  • Cindy Lemons

    September 8, 2019

    Love all of them except probably couldn't live with lime green decor! Number 1 is my favorite for sure!!! Unbelievable concepts that are fantastic!! Thanks for the video!

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  • fx Gamer

    September 8, 2019

    What about school bus size camper!??

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  • Matthew carver

    September 8, 2019

    That vison venture looks amazing

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  • Kristie Ingram

    September 8, 2019

    I loved the van that had the lime green color only a tan background would have complimented the lime green color a lot more .I hate black and dark brown in any sized camper because it's depressing , it's like being in a Gothic museum !! It's been a proven fact that color heightens peoples moods !!

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  • John Kolar

    September 8, 2019

    Those are all awesome but I am going to keep my 83 Volkswagen Westy camper. I have a 68 bus trailer that I'm converting into a full bathroom and a ton of extra storage with more solar panels! That way I will never run out of electricity.

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  • Elaine Fuehrer

    September 8, 2019

    #1 is my favorite as well..

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  • Joesph Best

    September 8, 2019

    # 6 and for fun # 5

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  • Tia Dobi

    September 8, 2019

    What is the small blue van shown as the still pic for this video? I didn't see it revealed in the video, thanks.

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  • いこかたな

    September 8, 2019

    Кто русский

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  • radio girl

    September 8, 2019

    All these are the styles I'm interested in.

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  • Pope Bobcat

    September 8, 2019

    I have seen some of Advanced RV’s work. They custom build everything to the customers desire. Lime green was just something somebody asked for. Others have asked for better accommodation for dogs, or a radio/music theme, or added solar panels for better off grid ability. I say this because I thought the video failed to stress how much customization they offer.

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  • Cathleen Baldwin Maggi

    September 8, 2019

    WOW! Number 1 is awesome! Some great ideas in that one! I notice most have 'electric' components that this 'old school' gal cringes at! I'll take mechanical tables, awnings, and especially bathroom conversions please! Less to break!

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  • Михаил Иванов

    September 8, 2019

    Для кого всё это производиться?? Для избраников и любимчиков Создателя?

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  • no angel

    September 8, 2019

    Clark was the forklift com.

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  • Michael Farmer

    September 8, 2019

    Wow number one is a tiny version of a tiny house! Love it!

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  • Katerina Luna diCamella

    September 8, 2019

    I wonder just how many these so called "VISIONARY" campervan REALLY make to the market??

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  • Elaine Fuehrer

    September 8, 2019

    ok i had to replay the #1 again.. just was wondering if the living/dining couch turned into a bed too? .i for sure love the pop top bed above and the actual stairs to it. the water closet was just awesome. thanks for sharing!!

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  • David Kaniaupio

    September 8, 2019

    That Hymer is dope

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  • Lisa Casteel Clark

    September 8, 2019

    Number 4 was my favorite, with 1 & 2 tied. I like the extra length in # 2

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  • gmcjetpilot

    September 8, 2019

    Southern Uncle Cousins? Hummm.

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  • Steve Larsen

    September 8, 2019

    Why all Euro models?

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  • Karen Vickers

    September 8, 2019

    I am so excited, another great camper video!!Great job Minds Eye!!!!

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  • Steven Daniels

    September 8, 2019

    Number 1 the Hymer is gonna be my got to van it’s beautiful 😍

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  • Living Beyond Existence

    September 8, 2019

    #1 is wicked cool!!! But my biggest complaint with the newer vans is their tires are too small. Bigger tires inside bigger wheel wells would not only help with ground clearance, they would also look better.

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  • Rafaela Mora

    September 8, 2019

    Great video. Great vans. I would love any one of these van.

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  • Kim Horton

    September 8, 2019

    I thought Hymer was in receivership but I keep seeing new models. Are the stuffing off old stock? Any opportunity for a fire sale?

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  • Claudiano Araujo

    September 8, 2019

    Hymer brings the business to a new level.

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  • Maurice van Oosterhout - SOLO RIDER

    September 8, 2019

    What kind of a petrolhead head are youz if you do not want to sleep in the shmell of your 2 stroke wide wheelbase Banshee.

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  • Felony Bebop Club

    September 8, 2019

    cortez!!!,,used by NASA after lunar flights,,oldsmobile front wheel drive!!!,,loooooooooooove your site,,,!!!!

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  • K. R. V.

    September 8, 2019

    I do not care how well made any Camper that has any type of fabric extensions for headroom or flip out beds, I would never buy one! I feel that makes them nothing but a glorified TENT! I’m fine with whatever any shortcomings some may perceived that are overcome by having that soft type of material may give, if I wanted to have a piece of cloth or vinyl or whatever it is, I will always have a hard sided and hard Roof Travel Trailer!

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  • Caseko CSK

    September 8, 2019

    The last one is awesome… I don't need all the features but some of them really useful. I really like the toilet concept.

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  • William Buffong

    September 8, 2019

    the GMC MOTORHOME…why don't someone design a 21 century version?

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  • TheNaximilian

    September 8, 2019

    You should have a look at the Airstream 2019 Tommy Bahama® Interstate.
    They look really cool

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  • Atheist Orphan

    September 8, 2019

    I’ve been watching these for so long now I no longer giggle at the phrase ‘wet bath’. 🛁 Keep up the good work. Love and peace from the U.K..

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  • Paul A. Jackson

    September 9, 2019

    Now that Hymer is owned by Thor, hopefully this unit will see the light of day. Both Europe and NA!

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  • Bob Cruise

    September 9, 2019

    Hymer's "concept" van is to me almost perfect…..tell me it has a 30 amp lithium package, compressor refrigerator, and a Truma hot water system and I'm ready to write the check.

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  • Lavern Mowatt

    September 9, 2019

    I love these camper van

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  • Pantysnifer. Lee

    September 9, 2019

    That Hymer van is something that needs more information on.

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  • Ribota de Sajambre

    September 9, 2019

    Is there a Caravan Salon type event in the US?

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  • Marjie Cleveland

    September 9, 2019

    #1 is definitely my favorite!

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  • Jeff Stallings

    September 9, 2019

    So Clark Forklifts tried their hand in building motor homes starting in 1963 and the production ended in 1979 with only 3211 units being built. Today you would find them commonly referred to as Cortez Motorhomes or Clark Cortez Motorhomes!

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  • Raj Dewan

    September 9, 2019

    Didn't Hymer go out of business???

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  • Glenn Roach

    September 9, 2019

    And most with the high $$$$$$ to own

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  • isaac boratino

    September 9, 2019

    voy a esperar hasta 2020 para ver este video todavia

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  • Rich Schwartz

    September 9, 2019

    Sign me up for #1. Thanks for another good one.

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  • Tom Christman

    September 9, 2019

    #3 made by Clark forklift company called the Cortez. Originally equipped with a Chrysler 225 slant six and a 4 spd manual transmission in front wheel drive. Then when GM brought out the 455 cu/in Toronado front wheel drive, Cortez increased the size of the motorhome and used the Toronado front wheel drive. Was truly a dream to drive

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  • Marie Morris

    September 9, 2019

    Count me in on the last one , inspiring.

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  • so steve

    September 9, 2019

    My van is very I mean VERY basic

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  • Tomasz Klisz

    September 9, 2019

    Winnebago is my choice but needs that euro quality interior

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  • Desert Rat

    September 9, 2019

    How much do you want to bet that NONE of these vehicles will be available in the USA?

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  • I am MGTOW

    September 9, 2019

    My father built a party van. His cousin took the van during his bachelor party and crashed it.

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  • Brian Mellinger

    September 9, 2019

    Thanks 👍😎🔋🔌

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  • Manfred Klement

    September 9, 2019

    The shown vintage motorhome is the Clark Cortez. WIth best wishes from Germany 😉

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  • Ronny op de Beeck

    September 9, 2019

    Concept is concept. So….

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  • Ronny op de Beeck

    September 9, 2019

    Who and when do they built one that has super isolation for cold and heat and only for two people,,, it's always up to for…. But. Most of us use it for two….

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  • Paul Simmons

    September 9, 2019

    Mercedes certainly seems to be well represented in this video.

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  • IIA Target Analyst

    September 9, 2019

    12:27 is sweet

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  • 조득영

    September 9, 2019

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  • cosgrove notts

    September 9, 2019

    I want a camper van that doesn't go in limp mode no matter have fancy

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  • Thomas Lee Mullins

    September 9, 2019

    I think the #1 was is really nice.

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  • MrP0kerJunkie

    September 9, 2019

    Love your stuff! Keep up the good work!

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  • kombibus

    September 9, 2019

    I don’t understand why the California is not being sold in the U.S.

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  • Rat 1

    September 9, 2019

    Always makes me laugh when u Mispronounced the names of the vans.

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  • RM Flyer

    September 9, 2019

    wow price shock for all these trailers. hope y'all have lots of $$$$ . way out of my price range. but good info

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  • Ivan Quin

    September 9, 2019

    VW and The Ford Globe.

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  • Elizabeth LaCroix

    September 9, 2019

    wonder if number one could us outlets?

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  • DaHeetFiveOh

    September 10, 2019

    Booooo!
    Thumbs down!!
    What good does it do me to see the features without prices included?
    And, why show brands not sold in the US?

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  • lishy benito

    September 10, 2019

    My favorite is the Hymer not only because of it’s modern innovative features but also the bathroom. I absolutely hate those “wet baths” and this is definitley a game changer. The other RV using this concept is the Adria.

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  • Threechlor

    September 10, 2019

    #4 is $328,000.00
    THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS.
    For a VAN.

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  • 00301200

    September 10, 2019

    nice vans that 99.99999% of us cannot really afford .

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  • Cecil Treadwell

    September 10, 2019

    Too bad about the embezzlement scandal that caused the new and otherwise successful North American Hymer division to file for bankruptcy.
    Such a shame because they were definitely filling a market void over here.

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  • santiago tomas pacheco fariña

    September 10, 2019

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  • Genevieve Words

    September 10, 2019

    Number 1.) Was My Favorite.❤

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  • khuhu tlu

    September 10, 2019

    I could fall asleep to this guys voice! Its so perfect, and I love it!

    Reply
  • DustyCowdog

    September 10, 2019

    The Hymer is awesome, but it will never see the light of day in America. Too bad… they would sell like hotcakes.

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  • Maritza Marrero

    September 10, 2019

    Is a mind blow wow! So many models!

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  • Leila L

    September 10, 2019

    Wow…that last one is TINY House! …that staircase!. ☺

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  • Avery Richter

    September 10, 2019

    Numbers 3 – 1

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  • Avery Richter

    September 10, 2019

    Number 1 because it has everything

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  • Victoria Jackson

    September 11, 2019

    Number 1 is awesome!
    Keep informing us Minds Eye😉

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  • D Marcouxbeatty

    September 11, 2019

    I will take number 1 if they add a screen to the back!

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  • Tilo Langer

    September 11, 2019

    Just rushed in to get some ideas for a Stealth Build. 👍😁

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  • Diamond Black

    September 11, 2019

    Chinesium tech just breaks in 5 seconds, needs more analog.

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  • Michael Goetz

    September 11, 2019

    The Hymer, Nr.1 is really fantastic ! – But I think , I would buy me a House….it´s cheaper…^^

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  • ElBee

    September 12, 2019

    The Hymer #1 is so clever…modern looking interior (but not cold and industrial, like the Winnebago Revel's interior) and that back area with panoramic windows and a deck….Heaven! Also, of all the featured models in this video, the Hymer had the biggest and most rugged looking wheels, offering the vehicle decent ground clearance. Wonder if it's a 4 x 4 model to go off-road? 

    I just wish they'd bring these to USA….all the best camper vans are available in Europe only. I'd buy one of these today if they were available in USA.

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  • Johna E

    September 12, 2019

    OMG I want #1

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  • shouting peasant

    September 12, 2019

    number 1 love it

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