With comfort, features, superb off-road capability and, at 1500kg, light enough to be towed by medium SUVs and full size-sedans, almost everyone is able to Escape with Confidence™ and tow one with ease.
“With increasing customer demand for single bed options and lightweight, garage friendly hybrids, the team has done an outstanding job with these two models which absolutely tick all the boxes”, says Vaughan Hindley, Managing Director of MDC Camper Trailers & Offroad Caravans.
The XT10E-SB with two single beds (measuring 2m long) has features including slide out kitchen, external ensuite shower, plumbed hot water, diesel heating and air conditioning allowing campers to escape with comfort. The XT10E-SB also comes standard with TV and stereo entertainment centre, 200AH lithium power with 440W of rooftop solar and the safety of rear-view camera and Trail-Assure™ electronic stability control. From just $44,990, pre-order is now available.
Modern living often comes with restrictions on how and where you can store a caravan. MDC has come to the rescue with the XT10E-LP. Designed for ease of use and comfort, the XT10E-LP is built to a low profile allowing it to be more aerodynamic on the road and be stored in most garages and carport.
Packed with all the features of the standard XT10E, the XT10E-LP features market-leading rooftop solar capacity of 745W, along with diesel heating, air conditioning, TV and stereo entertainment. Add in 200AH of lithium power, a rear-view camera and Trail-Assure™ electronic stability control, this compact van can help you Escape for Longer™!
Much like the XT10E and XT10E-SB, the XT10E-LP is easily towed with a medium SUV or full size-sedan. Pre-Order now from just $44,990. For more information, head to MDC's website.
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