Grand Design
Imagine 2670MK


Feature packed, the ultimate in style from Grand Design

The 2670MK boasts two opposing slides in the living area that create a spacious lounge to be envied. Thomas Payne theatre seating sits adjacent to the pop up 40” flat screen TV.

A full residential kitchen complete with 220L F/F, island bench and abundant cabinetry means plenty of space to cook up a storm.

The master suite’s queen bed has oversized underbed storage, along with ample bedroom storage that makes extended stays a breeze.

On the outside, the Imagine’s gel coated fibreglass exterior wrapped in the latest colour scheme stands out among the rest.

Generous exterior storage, aluminum “step above” entry steps, adjustable power awning, outside kitchen (refer not included) — the list goes on… To appreciate how great this RV is, get in touch to view our show model today!

  • Electric fireplace
  • Rear desk
  • Alloy wheels
  • Ducted heating system
  • Outdoor kitchen
  • Power awning

Why buy a 5th wheel?

Thinking of picking a 5th wheel over a caravan or traditional motorhome? There’s a number of reasons to consider:

The ultimate in flexibility

With a 5th wheel, you’re able to set up camp in minutes, unhitch your ute and you immediately have full use of your vehicle back for day trips, shopping or exploring.

Better weight distribution

Approximately 20% of the trailers weight is carried over the axles of the tow vehicle by means of a hitch attachment (the 5th wheel), as opposed to a standard tow ball. The result is superior towing and comfort as it eliminates the sway and movement expected when towing a caravan directly from the tow ball.

Reduction in overall length

A reduction of approximately 3 metres can generally be achieved. While you can still enjoy the benefits of a spacious RV, you’re not having to deal with that length on the road.

Easy hitch removal

When your 5th wheel is not in use, the hitch can be removed from the deck — this can be as easy as pulling 4 pins — thus giving you back full use of your tow vehicle for work or daily requirements. Versatility is the key — the need to tie up money in a vehicle that only has recreational value is totally eliminated. This is an increasing demand by many New Zealanders.

Suitable for a number of tow vehicles

Along with a range of US trucks, a wide range of Japanese utes are now readily available for towing 5th wheels. Ford Rangers, Mazda BT-50’s, Holden Colorados and Isuzu D-Max utes are all suitable tow vehicles.

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