Mars Ares Loft Camper Trailer

Jan 4, 2018

Category: Living

Crawling deep into the wilderness to find a remote area for an overnight stay is a pastime enjoyed by many, and as more and more folks are turned on to the activity choice locations for camp can be scarce. As always, the folks Down Under are chomping at the bit to adventure deep into rugged country and the Ares Camp Trailer from Mars Campers of Australia is the perfect caravan to get the job done.

Conceived to be towable behind most regular SUVs, the Ares is a lightweight trailer that does not skimp on features. A galvanized steel frame is the base for the aluminum faced cabin that has a ayrodynamic wedge shape, all design choices driven for fuel efficiency. Independent coil spring suspension is optional for the Ares, allowing for very rugged capabilities, and perfect for those that commute to the trail in their 4x4s. Sleeping up to 8 in a convertible kitchen to living space, and coming complete with warm running water and a refrigerator, home’s amenities won’t be forgotten wherever you decide to plant your rig.

Purchase: $35,000+

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