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Campsite pampering at its best

The Ultimate Nexus trailer from Ultimate Off Road Campers.
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Campers and RVs come packed with features these days, from electric pop-up roofs to custom dog crates. But one of the fastest growing sectors of the RV market is off-road trailers that don’t scrimp on comfort and amenities.

The Australia-built Ultimate Nexus Teardrop Trailer combines off-road capabilities—like 20-inch tires and 22 inches of clearance—with innovative features that make sleeping a crowd a cinch. The compact aerodynamic design is light-weight enough to pull behind most cars and maintain fuel-efficiency. Pop up the tent and you’re in for a surprise: A small stairway leads you to a u-shaped leather lounge area, cooking galley, and king-size bed.

That’s a whole lot of space for a tiny trailer, and the Ultimate Nexus Teardrop also boasts a ton of other helpful features. Multi-colored LED mood lighting, a 2-burner gas stove, a fridge, carbon table, privacy curtains, hot water system, and front and rear awnings all come standard. Solar panels and dual lithium batteries provide plenty of power to stay off-grid for days, and the whole package sits on long-travel coil springs and shock absorbers that make bumpy roads easy.

The Ultimate Nexus Teardrop starts at $55,600, although used trailers are also available.

The stairs leading up to the expanded living space.
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The galley, with a 2-burner gas stove, 110 L compressor fridge/freezer combo, and storage drawer system.
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The couch area of the Ultimate Nexus.
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A king-size bed with plenty of air ventilation.
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