Mini RV: Micro Travel Trailer for just $6k

I saw this mini RV at the 2010 Fort Myers, Florida RV show.

It was priced at $6495.

Weights just 1400 pounds.

Easy to tow and it’s a step up from a teardrop trailer in terms of size.

So here’s the tour…

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  • Deek D February 20, 2010, 1:58 pm

    Cool little trailer- although I’m partial to the old teardrop trailers- but still, the size is right, and wouldn’t kill your vehicle (or mpg). Cool site btw.

    -Deek
    http://www.relaxshacks.com
    Author of “Humble Homes…”

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  • admin February 23, 2010, 11:02 am

    Thanks, Deek! I agree with you on the teardrop trailers, but this is pretty cool too.

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  • Alex July 8, 2012, 9:42 pm

    PS- I saw one of these exact models randomly on the road today pulled by a V6 Lincoln SUV.

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  • jerryd January 26, 2014, 9:18 pm

    The fact they can build, sell it for $4/lb including labor is impressive!! Or maybe that is the loaded weight. Still cheap.

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  • Jimmy Jack January 26, 2014, 9:34 pm

    Can’t do the teardrop because of mobility issues. This trailer is adorable and would be perfect for weekends trips. Looks as if it could be towed compact car.

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  • Bob Collins January 27, 2014, 12:10 pm

    Alex, do you have any more info on this trailer? So far, I have come up empty. The real attraction is the listed light weight, allowing to to be pulled by a vehicle like a crossover SUV. Thanks.

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  • Glema January 27, 2014, 6:17 pm

    Jimmy Jack ,
    Just a thought mind you, do you have a mobile van with a lift? If so perhaps you could just build the things you need right in the van for a camper. There is a You Tube vid that shows of this hard plastic furniture style stuff (we can always use the measurements and make it of wood :) ) that fits and can be taken in and out of a van when not in use. It’s from UK but you can watch it in states so… just a thought. God bless you and also check with wounded warriors they may have something you can use for camping too if you’re qualified or tell you where to get it :). This is cute! TC Happy Trails

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  • CathyAnn December 21, 2014, 6:22 pm

    I sure like this little trailer. When I tried to get more information on it, the EZTrailerrv.com website only shows larger trailers. Oh well….

    Not having a bathroom could be problematic, but a composting setup with a 5 gallon bucket, sawdust, and one of those sealing toilet seats that sit on top would work and not take up much room.

    Scamp makes a 13′ trailer with a shower/toilet that costs around $12,000. It’s insulated and easy to pull with a small SUV. I’m seriously thinking about buying one of those… but then I really like teardrop trailers – would have to use the bucket/seat combo in a small tent. What to do?… hummmmm.

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  • Joyce December 22, 2014, 7:11 pm

    At 1400# dry weight it can be towed by any car allowing 1500# or more. Only you would not be able to load much with that low towable limit. The water and waste tanks need to be empty as the liquid will add 10#/gallon. This size suggests a portable chemical toilet is used. Only the microwave/convection oven is seen. The photos do not show an icebox or refrigerator which many campers need. Plan on doing outdoor cooking or camp stove inside if weather is bad if you want real food.

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  • Larry B January 15, 2015, 2:12 am

    Nice trailer, but are they out of business? Website doesn’t exist as seen in the picture.

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