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Check out this used 2008 Roadtrek 190 Popular Class B Motorhome. It has everything you need to live on the road. A great kitchen and shower are waiting for you. The rear couch folds down into sofa that sleeps two.
Interior Height: 7’3″
Gross Weight: 8,550 lbs.
Fresh Water Capacity: 20 gallons
Grey Water Capacity: 15 gallons
Black Water Capacity: 10 gallons
Furnace BTU: 16,000
Generator: 71 hours Onan
– Continental Spare Tire Kit
– Onan Microlite Generator
– 11’6″ Awning
– Gray Color Decor with 2 Optima Leather Captain Chairs & Lounge Seats
– Rear Passenger Doors
– 16″ Premium Alloy Wheels
– Two captains chairs
– Solid surface counter-top
– AM/FM/CD radio
– 2-burner range
– TV rack
– Exterior awning
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This 2008 Roadtrek 190 Poplar is a great package. Equip with full kitchen, sink, refrigerator, microwave, stove and a coffee maker. Be able to hit the road with no worries with the 2008 Chevrolet Express 3500 Extended Van chassis powered by the powerful 6.0L V8 engine. Come out today to check out this great deal at Dave Arbogast in Troy Ohio.
This is a great 2009 Roatrek 190 Popular. This Class B Motorhome can take you anywhere you want to go. Equipped with a folding rear couch and Optima leather seats you will definitely be comfortable. Need entertainment? Try out the Samsung TV or the touch screen radio. Don’t forget the exterior awning! Call or come to Dave Arbogast RV Depot today and see this great 2009 Roadtrek 190 Popular.
Are you a traveler who likes to leave the world behind? If so, then search no more. The Roadtrek 190-Popular, one of the company’s original models, provides travelers with just that.
Whether it be hitting those beautiful back-country roads with the family or taking them on a journey down Route 66, this Class B motorhome might just be the perfect fit for you.
With the great handling of a Chevrolet Express 3500 extended van, the 190 is one of Roadtrek’s most “Popular” models thanks to its reliability, excellent workmanship and quality appointments. Regardless of whether the sun is rising or setting, the front captain’s seats help provide a picturesque experience any navigator can enjoy. When it’s time to call it a night, the van’s rear dinette or optional power sofa can transform into either a king-size bed or two comfortable twin beds. Extra passengers? No problem. Forward facing seatbelts at the rear – two with the dinette and three with the sofa – make it possible to bring along even more travelers with you for any journey.
A full-length wardrobe, dining table in the front, a kitchen with everything you need and tons of storage, all combine to help make this Class B Camper Van one that anyone can enjoy.
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Why the Roadtrek 190 Popular?
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The comfort and space of an RV packaged in an easy to handle van is what the 2013 RoadTrek 190-Popular is all about. This great camping vehicle is perfect for one or two people who want the amenities of an RV, but without the excessive size and cost.
The RoadTrek 190-Popular is easy to drive and park because it’s built upon the Chevrolet Express 3500 extended van chassis. There are several advantages of a van chassis over a full-sized RV, including greater stability, a more comfortable suspension and improved emergency handling such as breaking and steering. The reduced height and lower center of gravity means you won’t be fighting to keep this vehicle on the road during adverse weather conditions.
In addition to being easy to drive, the RoadTrek 190 is easy on your wallet. With a 6.0 L gas V8 engine, you’ll bypass gas stations that those large motorhomes have to frequent. You’ll go further with the 31 gallon tank and 11/17 mpg. Stopping less often for gas saves you money and time.
The base model RoadTrek provides plenty of space and comfort. Standard features include a temporarily enclosed bathroom with bi-fold doors, home theater surround sound, 700 watt microwave oven, stand up shower and 62 cubic feet of storage space. However, there are a few options that can add even more enjoyment and luxury to your home away from home. An upgraded bathroom, armoire for increased storage, flat screen television, a second row of captain’s chairs and even a power rear sofa that converts to a bed are available to make your RoadTrek the perfect motorhome.
The versatile 190-Popular model can sleep three or four people, depending upon the floor plan you choose. The front area of the RV can be made into two single beds when you utilize an optional folding mattress. In the rear, you can stretch out in the sumptuous king-sized bed or make this area into two more singles. This rear sleeping area can be a permanent feature of your motorhome. Moving the dining area up front allows travelers the luxury of not having to disassemble their bed each day.
The RoadTrek is the perfect campervan weekend jaunts or month long expeditions. Plenty of storage space and a spacious refrigerator mean you can be out longer without having to restock. This vehicle is equally at home in large RV parks as well as backcountry campsites where larger RVs are not allowed. With optional four-wheel drive capabilities, a RoadTrek can take you wherever you want to go.
One of these days, I’m settling down.
For a lot of people that means family, kids, all that stuff. For me, it means no more work and the freedom to do what I please. Which, I will admit, I will probably do in solitude!
I think a trip across the country would be great…taken at my own pace, arriving when I want to arrive and returning when I feel like it. There is only one vehicle to take such a trip—the Roadtrek 190 Popular.
You know Roadtrek, the number one selling class b motorhome in North America for over 20 years. The motor home that has an 85% approval rating from its owners, 85% who say they would definitely buy another Roadtrek. That figure alone made me sit up and take notice.
The 190-Popular is based on the Chevrolet Express 3500 extended van. I’m not joking when I say that it can take you anywhere. There is never a need to look for several empty parking spaces together, because the Roadtrek will slide right into any car sized spot.
The Roadtrek can seat 2 to 5 and sleep 2 or 3, so I would have plenty of room for myself. The rear dinette converts to a king size bed or two comfortable twin beds with a night table between. There is also a full length wardrobe, front dining table, and a well equipped galley (guess I will have to learn how to cook!)
The available premium flat screen TV provides plenty of entertainment after that day of sightseeing. Watch it from bed or swing it into the aisle to watch from the comfort of the front captains seats.
Stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter with a 12,000 BTU air conditioner and heat pump. The bathroom can be enclosed with a bifold door that also creates a changing area. Get 4 to 6 showers from the fresh water tank if you conserve water, and enjoy fewer stops at the pump as the 190-Popular gets between 16 and 18 miles per gallon.
As you can see, the Roadtrek 190-Popular is a great vehicle, whether you want to travel alone or with family and friends. See a great selection today at Dave Arbogast in Troy, Ohio. Find the one you want, and then call one of their van experts at 1-866-975-3287. Don’t let the travel season slip away—do it today!
Ok How do you find a balance between interior space, exterior size and gas mileage? The answer is a Roadtrek 190-Popular. With room for up to five people, the 190-Popular is the surprisingly large.
The Roadtrek 190-Popular is built on the Chevrolet Express 3500 chassis. With seating room for up to five people, and sleeping up to three, this camper van has it all! A galley kitchen with stove, sink, refrigerator/freezer, microwave, home theatre, storage and restroom! All of the amenities of a full-size RV in a smaller easier to maneuver package!
Ideal for your next camping trip, tailgate party at the big game, or a short quick to the grocery, 190-Popular may be exactly what you are looking for! As with every Roadtrek model, there are multiple options available to make your camper van perfect for your needs. Your perfect Class B is waiting for you at Dave Arbogast in Troy, Ohio! Check it out today.
Can You Really Use A Roadtrek As A Daily Driver?
Class B motorhomes have many of the features drivers are looking for in a vehicle to use every day. The Roadtrek is becoming one of the most popular options for this purpose. This is partly because it shares some convenient features with traditional vans. It is best to understand the pros and cons of using a Roadtrek as a daily driver.
One of the main advantages of a Roadtrek over other types of motorhomes is that it is very fuel-efficient. The Roadtrek gets roughly the same efficiency per gallon of gas as comparable vans. This means the cost of ownership as an everyday vehicle is not any more than other vans. The high fuel-efficiency also extends the range of the Roadtrek so that drivers can go farther every week without needing to refuel constantly.
Easy to Handle
A Roadtrek has the advantage of being built on top of a standard frame. The transmission, brakes and suspension all combine to make the motorhome easy to handle. This allows the Roadtrek to be used on tight city streets as well as winding highways. The issues with handling that affect some other larger motorhomes are not present with the Roadtrek. This means a smoother and safer drive each day.
Low Ground Clearance
One of the issues that some drivers have with the Roadtrek is the low ground clearance. The lowest parts of the motorhome are closer to the ground than traditional cars. This is not really a problem on streets and highways. It can present issues when driving on uneven dirt roads or when driving over large pieces of debris.
No Problems with Parking
The length and width of a Roadtrek is very close to traditional vehicles like vans. The size allows the Roadtrek to avoid the parking restrictions imposed on larger motorhomes. This is very important when using a Roadtrek for everyday driving. The motorhome can park in most areas along with standard cars and vans. It will not be a problem to find a parking spot when shopping, going to work or attending an event.
Changing Tires Can Take Extra Effort
Drivers might have to exert extra effort if the Roadtrek gets a flat tire while on the road. Although changing the tire is fairly straightforward, dealing with the weight of the motorhome could cause problems for some people. Flat tires are not really an issue for drivers who have roadside assistance plans.
Space and Convenience
Inside storage and convenience are two benefits of using a Roadtrek as a daily driver. Driving in the motorhome means there is always a bathroom and sink nearby. The wide aisles and rear bed provide enough space to transport nearly anything back to the home. The extra space and convenience make a Roadtrek a very practical everyday vehicle.
Roadtrek has recently announced their 40th anniversary special edition model at the 2013 Supershow that was held in Hershey, PA from September 11 – 15, 2013.
The latest recreational vehicle from a company that has earned a reputation for superior quality will include a host of innovative features. With a stunning finish that has a crushed-glass paint job, the newest Roadtrek is made to stand out from the competition, and the mocha-and-steel color matches the tan leather couch and captain chairs that are found inside the class b motorhome. Also offering more headroom, a fully integrated shower, and modern bamboo cabinets, this vehicle is made for comfort and is an ideal option for those who enjoy traveling for extended periods of time.
To meet the needs of consumers who are interested in saving money, the new Roadtrek van offers up to 205 watts of power from its own solar generators. Power is also to be found in abundance because the vehicle has an upgraded 3500-watt engine generator as well as a 3000-watt power inverter. With four coach batteries and a hot water heating system, the Roadtrek RV is built for comfort. Each Roadtrek RV in the lineup is constructed around a traditional Chevrolet van chassis, and the anniversary model is based on the Chevy 190 Popular.
Roadtrek Motorhones, Inc. is a company that leads the industry in the manufacture of RVs in all of North America. The firm’s president, Jim Hammill, is celebrating 40 years in the industry by introducing a flagship model that includes the features that have made the company such a success over the past four decades. Roadtrek was first founded in 1953 by Jac Hanemaayer. Hanemaayer first became involved in the industry when he had another company design a vehicle for his personal use. He liked the RV so much that he decided to purchase the company. Hanemaayer eventually redesigned the RV and endowed it with a lower-profile roof and a lowered floor. Buyers also benefitted under his leadership at Roadtrek because the company offered three different floor plans. This was the original Roadtrek Van Motorhome.
Today, the Roadtrek brand is known for its outstanding blend of performance, safety, and comfort, and the models are designed with the features that modern consumers expect. All RVs are completely self contained and have a kitchen, shower, bedroom, bathroom, and entertainment area. Optional four-wheel drive is offered to those who need it, and large families can benefit from the relaxation area and outside showers.
Roadtrek models are engineered for a wide variety of uses, and they are an excellent choice for sports fans who enjoy tailgating at their favorite events. Additionally, the vehicles are an outstanding choice for a long and leisurely vacation or time spent visiting family members who live in other states or provinces.
Roadtrek is renowned for their conversion van design prowess, and one of their most popular Class B motorhome, the Roadtrek 190 Popular, is a chip off the old block.
On the inside, the Roadtrek 190 Popular rides four, with the use of two captains’ chairs and two sofa chairs. There is also a power sofa, which allows the Popular to seat seven comfortably and makes it perfect for tailgating this football season. Other conveniences include a stove, fridge, microwave, wardrobe, sink, toilet, and TV.
The 190 Popular is built off of the Chevrolet Express 3500 chassis, and it offers the durability that you’ve come to expect out of any Chevrolet vehicle. And, it also offers great handling, excellent fuel economy, ease of parking, and a comfortable ride, all of which is just icing on the cake.
You can even have your own 4-wheel drive version, which will ensure that your Popular can withstand even the toughest of the elements. Long road trips, short weekend overnight camping, and tailgating are only three uses for the Popular, so the sky is definitely the limit when it comes to this Class B motorhome.
Discover for yourself why Roadtrek is the number one dealer of Class B motorhomes, and drive home in a Roadtrek 190 Popular today!
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