EarthRoamer XV-LT is Your Ultimate Holiday Weekend Machine

Happy belated Independence Day, and happy upcoming holiday weekend. We know that after all the dust (firework smoke) settles, and all the hot dogs and hamburgers have been eaten, it’s time to take the family on the road. And what better way to do so than in this monster machine- the EarthRoamer XV-LT.

Rather than looking for a large and in charge RV, or dealing with the struggle that is the minivan, the EarthRoamer gives you the mobility of a Ford F-550 pickup, with many of the luxuries of a standard RV.

For living space, you can opt for the Regular Cab, the Super Cab, or the top range Crew Cab. With the largest Crew Cab stretching in at just over 27.5 feet worth of interior living space. Each of which filled to the brim with a living room, bedroom, bathroom and shower and a kitchen and dining area.

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Under the hood, the XV-LT comes with a Ford F-550 turbodiesel base. This gives you the mobility you need, and paired to a diesel engine, added efficiency for more time on (or off) the road. It also sports a 12,500 lbs towing capacity for any toys you might need to bring along the way.

For all this, you can pick up a gently used XV-LT somewhere in the market of $280,000 on the EarthRoamer site. While for some that may seem a bit steep, considering the endless capabilities the XV presents, we think it’s definitely worth the price.

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