Amongst the features:
- More than twice as much overhead storage volume than comparable trailers!
- Coat closet for hanging clothes, bin over entry door.
- “Magic Table” option permits dining table to fold to half size, fold away entirely, or drop to provide additional daytime bench seating—secure and solid in each configuration.
- One or two can have breakfast at the side dinette table without putting the bed away.
- Tuck the side dinette totally away so that there’s more space for gearing up for adventure.
- Two can sleep comfortably on a queen-sized bed.
- With bunk option, the side dinette converts to a bunk that sleeps two more. It can also be converted into a couch for daytime use.
- Two comfortable seating areas; a couple doesn’t have to fold away the queen bed in order to sit down to coffee and breakfast.
- Two burner stove, sink, and optional microwave
- Gas furnace
- Optional air conditioner (not a roof mount)
- Icebox or optional refrigerator
- Shower with slide-away toilet in same space
- Optional ($800) Flush Toilet [SeaLand 8100 series, the best on the market]
- 12 gal. fresh water tank, 21 gal. grey water tank
- Linen cabinet in shower.
- A “no head wounds” 6’ 4” ceiling height.
- And no plastic trim.
I'd like to see how that linen cabinet in the shower works! I cannot visualize that.
All in all, it looks like a lot for $14,000 although options can drive that price to a maximum of $18,530. You can haul this with most any automobile. There is no need for a monster pickup truck. Gas mileage will vary, depending on the tow vehicle used. However, it should be a lot better mileage than hauling a 25 or 35-foot camping trailer!
Details may be found at http://www.parkliner.com/.