Trakmaster Tanami Review

  • Caravan World Tanami Review
    Caravan World – Tanami Review

    Caravan World02/04/2014

    The king of off-road caravans, The Trakmaster Tanami will tackle the most remote and undulating roads of the outback. Trakmaster are the off-road specialists, only building vans for off-road. The Tanami is built on a hot-dipped galvanised one piece 150mm steel chassis with a Hyland off-road coupling. The Tanami comes in body lengths from 4.8 to 6.4m with the larger version offering a separate shower and toilet set-up.

    The Tanami’s rounded corners, enclosed jerry can and gas bottles on the A-frame, enhance the aerodynamics and greatly improve fuel economy and towing. The width of the Tanami is a standard 7ft 6inches, which is narrower than other vans its size, but this allows for ease of towing.

    The Tanami has thought of everything, even a scoop on the roof of the van which can be opened on very dusty outback roads to pressure the interior and keep it dust free.  The interior of the Tanami is an inviting set-up with everything you need for long-term travelling.

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