Roadtrek Motorhome Cures Cabin Fever
- January 12, 2011
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- Posted by Dave Arbogast Van Depot
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The 170-Versatile from Roadtrek is the most compelling alternative to SUVs and conversion vans. Not only is it the easiest of all Roadtreks to handle in traffic, it also helps you beat cabin fever.
You’ll forget all about the snow and ice and howling wind when you step into a Roadtrek. The 170-Versatile seats seven and sleeps four with ease. The rear power sofa converts into a comfortable and spacious 6’2” double bed. Across the rear storage below the bed guarantees that you never have to do without the things that you can’t do without.
There is plenty of room to stretch out and relax in a Roadtrek 170-Versatile, and by adding an optional flat screen TV to its home theater system, you create an entertainment center which takes up little room and will provide hours of enjoyment. The TV evens rotates so it can be viewed from the vehicle’s comfortable captain seats.
Basically, it’s never boring in a Roadtrek 170-Versatile.
Neither snow nor ice, nor sub zero temperatures should keep you from enjoying your 170-Versatile. It’s a perfect cure for cabin fever.
Come check out one today at Dave Arbogast in Troy, Ohio, located just 10 minutes from the Dayton International Airport.