The Adventure-XT Truck

Feb 27, 2019

Category: Rides

The average recreational vehicle has some pretty solid amenities that make camping with friends a whole lot more comfortable, but they’re really only suited for driving over groomed asphalt or through leveled dirt lots. But if you want those same amenities in a much more capable package, you can turn to GXV and their Adventure-XT Truck.

Based on your choice of a Dodge RAM 5500 or Ford F550 (of which the price is built into the overall cost), this beastly overlander boasts a number of enhancements to make it more off-road-ready — including an upgraded suspension with Fox Performance Shocks, beefed-up fenders and bumpers, a raised AEV air intake, and a WARN 16,500 winch. And all of that capability is to haul around the Adventure-XT’s exhaustive list of cabin accouterments. The XT features a fully-loaded kitchen with an oven, fridge, and sink. It also has a full bathroom with a shower, up to a king-size bed with a skylight above it, and plenty of storage for all your clothes and gear. And if that’s not enough, there is also a wealth of other upgrades you can add to make your custom ride as opulent as you’d like. Pricing starts at $340,000.

Purchase: $340,000+

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