With game-changing style and looks, the Sherpa has brought with it a new meaning to offroad camping. With as little as a click of a button you can enter the main heated sleeping cabin, then merely unclip the BRS offroad rooftop tent for the kids, pull out the awning, and you’re ready to settle in for the night.
Once you’ve got yourself sorted for the evening and dinner is cooking, you can now unclip the drop down shower pod and fire up the diesel water heater and get the kids cleaned up. Maybe even watch a DVD on your 23 inch smart LED TV in the main cabin after a long day of exploring. It sounds like it’s mum and dad’s turn to enjoy their time sitting around the fire with a nice glass of red.
The kitchen offers ample fridge space with two 30l Isotherm fridge/freezer drawers to keep the food nice and fresh and the drinks cold and crisp. With a simple fold-down bench you can quickly access your pots and pans to start cooking up your finest bush tucker. We’ve also included a slide-out drawer for all the foods that don’t have to be refrigerated. Once dinner is all said and done, and your MKR application has been completed; you can slide out the pop down sink. Time for the cooks assistant to finally shine in the kitchen and start the clean-up.
With class-leading ground clearance, arrival and departure angles, which coupled with the Cruisemaster suspension; this capable offroad home away from home, will take you anywhere you want to go. The Sherpa really is, in a class of its own.
It’s packed full of impressive features; like the stargazing window so as you’re drifting off to sleep, you can look out through uninterrupted views of the night sky. You’ll also find on board a 140l stainless water tank, 2 x 12-volt outlets, reading and cabin lights, cabin heating and even fans for those warmer nights in the desert. The list goes on, get in contact with us for a full spec list and for more information.
Any serious tourer, once you consider the list of inclusions, the level of design detail, and the quality of the craftsmanship, will conclude; that the Sherpa equates to fantastic value for money. But hey, how do you put a price on family memories?