If you’ve recently done a Google Search for Pod Campers For Sale Australia, then you are obviously in the market for a little RV. The pod camper trailer market has become a popular style of camper trailer as it opens up the offroad camping lifestyle for couples who do not want to tow large, heavy camper trailers or hybrid campers.
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A pod camper trailer is defined as a small camper trailer that is capable of being towed by vehicles with a towing capacity under 2.5 tonne. A pod camper trailer usually has a queen bed inside the body along with storage, air vents, charging hubs, and in some cases a/c, a stereo, and a TV.
A pod trailer usually has a square back, as opposed to the teardrop trailers who have a distinctive rounded back. We first seen them when Jayco launched the J-Pod a few years ago. The USA market is filled with Pod Campers, and the trend is booming here in Australia too.
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A pod camper can be broadly defined as a camper with an internal bed and storage. Externally, you usually find a rear kitchen or pull-out kitchen depending on the design of the pod camper.
A pod camper is ideally suited to couples who wish to tow a lighter style of camper. Another benefit of a pod camper is the quick setup time. Usually, drop the leg supports, open the rear hatch and you are done. Ideal for an overnight stop or roadside coffee.
Some manufacturers make a base on-road model for around the mid $20,000 range, while the more offroad capable pod campers can cost as much as $60,000 or more.
Yes, they are much easier and lighter to tow due to their length, and height. They typically don’t require a super-heavy chassis like their hybrid camper cousins. A car with a 2-2.5T towing capacity can easily pull these trailers.
It all depends if you like to be cosy. When you climb into a pod trailer you are lying on your bed and are surrounded by walls. People who don’t like confined spaces may not like it. We have a Pod Camper and our mattress/headboard is more comfortable than our home. We love our Pod Camper.
There are a few different styles (square back, round back, box or tapered).