2013 Roadtrek Mercedes E-Trek Class B Van Camper
Class B — Mercedes
A Mercedes for the price of a Chevrolet!
The ROADTREK E-Trek is on the regular Mercedes Sprinter chasis (170 inch wheelbase) and it is painted in a subtle shade of green. The first thing you’ll notice is that unique, yet low-keyed color. Even the ground effects and body moldings are painted the same color. The decals and logos are intentionally subtle and downplayed, giving the E-Trek a very sleek , clean look.
“This changes all the previous assumptions about a Class B, that you have to have shore power,” according to Roadtrek President Jim Hammill told me. “It provides independence to the owner. The E-Trek uses solar power, fuel cell power and uses the existing bio diesel engine of the vehicle in order to provide more power than has ever been provided to the Class B RV before. This allows the owner to say out in the field, not connected to shore power, for much longer periods of time.”
You can even run the interior air conditioner while you’re going down the road, without having to power up a generator.
The 240 watt solar panel just needs daylight to generate power, not direct sunlight. You can run the DVD, TV and all interior LED lights just off the solar power. Pretty much indefinitely.
This unit was damaged soon after being sold new, and still has a few small projects to finish, thus the “WAY BELOW” market value pricing.
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