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Next up in our series covering the Florida RV Supershow is a recap on four (4) travel trailers that caught our eye – for different reasons. We take you on a tour inside the brand new and contemporary Evoke by Travel Lite, the Airstream 27′ Tommy Bahama Special Edition, the Lance 2465 and the Eriba Retro.  Watch the video below to see the tour.

Read on for a little more info on each model, plus links to each unit on the manufacturer website.

We were hoping to find something new and different in RV interiors at the RV Supershow and we found it with the Evoke travel trailer (Model C) by Travel Lite. These RVs sport private jet-inspired interiors and the exterior is pretty sleek too. We are very happy to see it’s very different to anything else we’ve seen in the RV market! It is outfitted with Furrion appliances, and has highly contemporary styling with a King bed. You just have to see it for yourself. We have a feeling these are going to be VERY popular. The Evoke was also selected as Pick of the Show by RV Business Magazine and a top Pick for RV Pro. MSRP is around $43,000 and the Show Special was $29K. Learn more about the Evoke Travel Trailer and the various floorplans available hereClick here to watch the video tour.

The Lance Camper Model 2465 RV Pro Best of Show and RV Business Top Debut. A 25′ travel trailer with a J-style couch, spacious kitchen. fireplace and even a workspace in the bedroom, with a folding chair and a televator. It has 2 slides, sleeps up to 5, and is a true 4 season RV. Lance makes clever use of the space in many ways, one of which is an inbuilt trash compartment with lid in the kitchen counter. The MSRP is around $63K and the show price was around $50k. Click here to learn more about this unit from the manufacturerClick here to watch the video tour.

Airstream offers up this beachy, breeze feeling Tommy Bahama Special edition travel trailer with a rear hatch. This is the 27’FB model which sleeps up to 4 or 5. The rear hatch is a great feature for open views from the dining area (with removable table) which also allows you to load gear in and out of the unit, like kayaks, surboards, SUPs etc.  It has marine type flooring and boasts bold styling, especially with the floral patterns in the decor. The MSRP is around $131K and show price was around $114K. Click to watch the video tour.

The Eriba Retro by the Hymer Group was introduced at the Florida RV Supershow and comes with a fiberglass clamshell exterior with a popup roof for extra headroom. Very simple, cute and retro, which will appeal to those looking for a nostalgic feeling. Lightweight and a fun RV for weekends and short trips. Click here to watch the video tour.

See more from the Florida RV Supershow

RV Tours of 7 Small Weekend Campers

A Guide to the Florida RV Supershow

Coming soon… Class Bs, Fifth Wheels, and Class A motorhomes

 

 

Wrap Up

We hope you enjoyed this quick trip through four travel trailers we found interesting at the show.  There are of course hundreds of other models that might fit your needs.  

There are many more in our RV Tour videos on the way, so please sign up for blog updates here and our YouTube channel here to get updates of new videos as they are published, or click the links below.

More from the Florida RV Supershow

A Guide to the Florida RV Supershow

Take a Tour of 4 Cool Travel Trailers

Touring 8 Class B Motorhomes and Vans

Inside 7 Fifth Wheels from $30K – over $150K

Take a Tour of 4 Class C Motorhomes

Coming up… Class A and Luxury Motorhomes

 

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