What we needed was the Roadtrek RS Adventurous. Based off a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, Roadtrek keeps the German quality, but adds a touch of American exceptionalism to the overall product. The coach was built to take its occupants across the U.S. in complete comfort, seeing the sights and camping out under the stars.
For the Roadtrek RS Adventurous, it’s all about luxury and the interior is meant to make you feel like you’re in your own home, but on wheels as you explore the country. The RS Adventurous comes fully equipped with a 3.6 cubic foot refrigerator, two-burner propane stove, granite countertops and a convection microwave. Most importantly though, is the full bathroom with a sit or stand shower.
Additionally, the Roadtrek coach features a rear power sofa that with a push of the button turns into a king-sized bed, or if you’re with someone you don’t want to share a comforter with, it can become two twin beds. The RS Adventurous also has all the electronic equipment and hookups you could ask for, including a massive flat-screen TV.
With Roadtrek’s RS Adventurous, the company offers an industry leading six-year “Peace of Mind” warranty in addition to the Mercedes-Benz three-year/36,000-mile warranty. This allows owners to continue to explore the country and not worry about a thing while on the edge of the Grand Canyon or in the Redwood Forests of California.
The Roadtrek RS Adventurous starts at $127,192, but can be optioned to over $200,000. All of which is completely worth it just based on leg room, and that’s speaking from vast experience.