The Ultimate Camping Machine / Boondocker's Dream
2015 CS Adventurous XL with only 29k miles
This late 2015 build was delivered to the dealer in 2016 (title says 2015) on a 2015.5 Mercedes chassis (see MSRP). Less than 29k miles!
Totally awesome RV. Everything works perfectly. Immaculately clean! MSRP $158,518.00, asking $110,000.
RARE option package, with 9600 Watts battery power gives you the ultimate FREEDOM to camp anywhere without plugging in! EVERYTHING runs on battery and solar power! No need for systems to start and idle the engine in the middle of the night creating exhaust fumes. No vibrating generator, no generator maintenance, no generator exhaust fumes. Just quiet, clean power!
Near Tuscon. listed 2Jan18 adj 17Jun19 extended 7Sept19(1946)Go Back
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