2011 R-Vision Trail-Cruiser TC 29BH Review
Lightweight trailer offers plenty of value
Allowing you to take the road less travelled – especially when you need to change up your surroundings – the Trail-Cruiser TC 29BH is made to stand the test of time and your activities. Built with a tough aluminum frame and laminated construction to give it superior strength, the Trail Cruiser is designed to give you amazing durability for years to come. Equipped with a powder coated I-Beam frame, laminated sidewalls and floor, and a smooth fiberglass exterior rear wall, the Trail-Cruiser should stand up to whatever the roads, the elements and your family throw at it. Maintenance is made easy with a scratch resistant fiberglass exterior, which also gives it that sleek and clean look that never goes out of style.
Boasting a low center of gravity, the Trail-Cruiser features an aerodynamic front profile, making it easy to handle and allowing it to be safely pulled by many downsized tow vehicles. Utilizing race car technology, the Trail-Cruiser’s one-piece chassis is welded for extra strength. Its rubber roof makes it more durable as well as lighter and quieter, airflow is smooth and drag is greatly reduced, making towing a breeze. Seamless and light, the roto-cast holding and fresh water tanks add as little weight as possible without sacrificing convenience.
The family-friendly TC 29BH gives you plenty of sleeping space so everyone can come along and join in the fun. Measuring in at 32' 11", it has a width of 8’, so you don’t have to worry about bumping into anyone when manoeuvring your way around inside. Not only is there room for the family (and a few guests), there’s also plenty of room for your luggage and gear. Getting to your equipment is simple, thanks to a utility storage door that offers easy access to your camping accessories.
Making a travel trailer truly your own is important – that’s why the Trail-Cruiser lets you make it your own with an array of decor options. Choose from Dynamite, Huntington Place, Moon Beam and Tamarack decors, all of which are easy on the eye and are tastefully classic. Set off with Newport Cherry cabinetry, a wallpaper border in the main living area, dinette, kitchen and bath, kitchen soffit lights, decorative slide-out fascia and wood grain panel refrigerator insert doors, the Trail-Cruiser proves that gracious living can be achieved even when camping.
For those of you who like to camp throughout the year, you’ll be glad to hear that this model comes with both a 30M BTU hydro flame electronic ignition furnace and ducted air-conditioning to make your experience comfortable no matter what climate you’re in. And you’ll be able to enjoy your surroundings with radius windows and a galley window, all made with safety glass. There’s even a skylight in the bathroom to let plenty of light in throughout this travel trailer.
Sleeping arrangements are a-plenty in the TC 29BH. In the main bedroom is a queen-sized bed, while full and bunk beds are available on the opposite end of the trailer. Both sleeping areas come with their own wardrobes, and the master comes with a nightstand, fabric headboard, mini blinds, bedspread with reverse shams and shirt closet.
If you’ve been on the road for extended periods of time, you know how important a good, functional kitchen can be. And the folks at R-Vision know this – and that’s why you’ll really be cooking in the Trail-Cruiser. Outfitted with a double door 6 cu. ft. refrigerator, a Wedgewood 3-burner cooktop, a lighted powered range hood and a pre-wire for a microwave, food storage and prep is taken care of. For your dining pleasure, the TC 29BH has a patio side U-shape booth dinette, complete with fabric cushions and vinyl backs.
The living area is set up so you can enjoy the most of your down time. There’s plenty of room of the sofa to watch TV (you can choose to get the popular 19" or 26” LCD TV, it’s available as an option). If you decide to go that route or go with your own TV, a mounting bracket has already been installed.
If you really want to go all out and live the good life, the Trail-Cruiser comes with some pretty sweet options to pimp your camping ride. Some of the cooler ones you may consider include an outside shower, electric patio awning, an attic fan, RVQ grill with stand, 5.1 home theater with DVD player, 5 interior speakers, 2 exterior speakers and TV antenna with cable hook-ups, and an 26" LCD TV for watching inside the kitchen our outside under the awning.
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