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Hunter RMV Predator 6.6 Off-Road RV

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Jun 12, 2018

Category: Rides

A lot of the best parts of the world can’t be accessed via traditional roads, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your comfort in order to get that. Or at least that’s true as long as you’re onboard Hunter RMV’s Predator 6.6.

Built to house 5 people comfortably, this opulent off-road RV began its life as a Stewart & Stevenson M1078 4×4 light medium tactical vehicle – LMTV, for short. One of the largest and most versatile expedition vehicles ever created, the whole rig is powered by a Caterpillar-built 6.6L turbodiesel engine. And it’s features are numerous – including 225 horsepower, a top speed of over 70 mph, an 800+ mile range, the ability to tow a whopping 10,362 pounds, and full-time all-wheel drive. And the inside is no slouch either, with the option for solar power, a fully-functional kitchenette, a full bathroom, a water purification system, and enough storage for everything you’ll ever need. Reach out to the brand for pricing and availability.

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