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Bruder EXP-6 is the ultimate adventure camper

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel
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The Bruder EXP-6 has more than 12″ of rear wheel travel, sleeps up to six, lets you adjust its ride height via mobile app, and looks like it’s ready for the apocalypse (zombie, Trump, or otherwise). Because sometimes the trailheads are way out there, we’re always keen on vehicles that can get there in style and comfort. Outside Van and Colorado Teardrops have impressed us, but if you need extra sleeping and the ability to bring your home pretty much anywhere, Bruder has the offroad camper trailer for you. More pics below, but really, the video tells it all…

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel

It comes stocked with 285/75-16 tires on alloy wheels, all of which articulate independently on roll tube arms with dual monotube gas shocks.

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel

The door’s around back, hidden by a lift gate. Inside is a queen size bed and two bunks in the standard configuration. The roof pops up and they offer parts to convert that into an additional sleeping section for two.

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel

Outside is the kitchenette. There are two fridge/freezers, one inside and one outside. There are also two showers, one inside and one out, accessing the diesel-powered hot water heater.

Bruder EXP-6 offroad capable trailer camper with 12 inches of travel

All you need now is a vehicle that can keep up. And $127,900 AUD (about $102,000 USD as of 8/17/17), the base price before options. And you know you’re gonna want options.

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Chase
Chase
6 years ago

For $102K + transport and taxes to US. I could buy a 4×4 full diesel camping rig easily more roomy and mobile than this rig. Looks neat but who is going to spend $100K for essentially a long travel popup trailer? It’s a Nonstarter.

Colin M
Colin M
6 years ago
Reply to  Chase

Having one of those 4×4 camping rigs myself I can understand the positives of the pull behind. If you have a place to store it you can take more with you and have all the amenities including a real shower, full appliances, and more room. This level of luxury shown by the Bruder is not something that appeals to me but there is a client for this mobile home ;).

JBikes
JBikes
6 years ago

So where do I put my bike?

Ken
Ken
6 years ago

It’s a bit small for my butler and maids to be able to serve me well.

ShtTlkr
ShtTlkr
6 years ago

Anybody else have images of Jurassic Park II? That rear bunker-hatch is zombie Apocalypse mode!

B.Stark
B.Stark
6 years ago
Reply to  ShtTlkr

Exactly what I felt, that’s the camper that the TRex’s pushed off the cliff!

Frasier Crane
Frasier Crane
6 years ago

This will fit in perfectly with the oversized $700 jockey wheel set.

the biz
the biz
6 years ago

ah yeah I’ll go hide from a collapsing democracy in my $100,000 trailer

Chase
Chase
6 years ago
Reply to  the biz

Really?Lighten up Francis.

Colin M
Colin M
6 years ago
Reply to  Chase

HIs comment makes sense to me. No need to lighten up Francis. Carry on.

jon
jon
6 years ago
Reply to  the biz

After you starve out, it’s going to be MY $100,00 trailer. Woohoo!

Noah Behnke
Noah Behnke
6 years ago

Pretty awesome. Capable of getting to hard to reach places then unhitch to do some crawling- i get it.

Seraph
Seraph
6 years ago

Kind of not sure why I’m being shown this on BikeRumor…

Kernel Flickitov
Kernel Flickitov
6 years ago
Reply to  Seraph

I know it can be hard to put 2+2 together sometimes, but cyclists go outdoors and to hard to reach destinations come to mind. There’s been a few non-bike related posts that actually relate to the outdoor industry and travel. Can you benefit from it? No? So what.

Greg
Greg
6 years ago

Dude my Bruder and truck are stuck

the biz
the biz
6 years ago
Reply to  Greg

lol

jason
jason
6 years ago

In the event of a zombie apocalypse I can see a problem with having to cook outside the camper. I will admit, there is a fairly slim chance that a zombie apocalypse will happen, but I just want to cover all the pros and cons.

Chase
Chase
6 years ago
Reply to  jason

Have you ever been to San Fran? The Zombie apocalypse is near…be afraid, be very afraid.

igonzo
6 years ago

It reminds me what I used when I returned to Jurassik Parc with my crew in 1997

Tim
Tim
6 years ago

Guys, not all the zombies are bad zombies. There were some very nice zombies in that apocalypse.

jason
jason
6 years ago
Reply to  Tim

I see what you did there…

Rider X
Rider X
6 years ago

I wanted to hate it, I really did… but I can’t as it looks like too much fun!

1Pro
1Pro
6 years ago

what’s a chazzy?

C. Davenport
C. Davenport
6 years ago

I’m getting a Unicat 8×8…

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