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Roadtrek 170 Popular Class B Motorhome
Chevrolet Express 2500, 6.0 L SFI gas V8
8600 lbs, unloaded weight 7200 lbs
Height 8'9 Exterior Width 6'7
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Roadtrek says "The 170 has many features you take for granted in a car, like better fuel economy than most class B's or camper vans (never mind larger motorhomes), along with the full-size motorhome features you would expect from any Roadtrek."
"With three seats at the front and an L-shaped lounge at the rear, the 170-Popular makes a great passenger vehicle for five. Add a fully-equipped galley and many other features and youve got a nice motorhome for two or three." We show pictures of the beautiful interior below:
The Roadtrek 170-Popular seats five and sleeps three with ease - optional folding mattress required at front. You can see the seating and sleeping arrangements is the pictures above and below.
Roadtrek says: "The rear L-shaped lounge converts easily to a 62 double bed that is both spacious and comfortable. With across the rear storage below the bed, you have all kinds of room for the things you want to bring along. The front cloverleaf dining table stores neatly out of the way, creating even more room to stretch out and relax."
flat screen TV and DVD player are optional but as Roadtrek says: "You have an entertainment system that takes up very little room while providing you with something to do on a rainy day. The TV rotates into the aisle so you can watch it from the front captains seats the most comfortable seats in the house."
You can see the arrangement of the 170 on the floorplans below. We think it really is a clever and useful layout. The bathroom area is temporarily enclosed with bifold door that also creates a private change area
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"The ultimate SUV - Seriously Useful Vehicle - easy to maneuver through traffic and fit into car sized parking spots"