Livin’ Lite Introduces Quicksilver 6.0

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April 3, 2009 by   2 Comments

Quicksilver 6.0
Livin’ Lite Recreational Vehicles LLC, Wakarusa, Ind., has introduced the new  Quicksilver 6.0, a longer and narrower version of its lightest all-aluminum  folding camping trailer. ”It’s a little more aerodynamic and a little bigger  than the 5.0, which was our smallest camper,” said Livin’ Lite President  Scott Tuttle, whose company has recovered from an October fire that  destroyed its factory. At 620 pounds dry weight, the Quicksilver 6.0 is 6 1/2  feet long, 5 feet wide and designed with a tear-drop style sloped front end.  The 6.0, one of six Quicksilver floorplans that includes a truck camper and  SURV, is designed for towing by small cars and three-wheeled motorcycles.  A side door and a tent-like driver’s side foldout allow the Quicksilver 6.0 to  remain attached to the  tow vehicle in setup mode. MSRP: $5,190.

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2 Responses to “Livin’ Lite Introduces Quicksilver 6.0”

  1. John Schmidt on April 8th, 2009 8:47 am

    This truly lightweight concept is just what we’ve been looking for. There are a lot of cars out on the road and we need something to sell them.

  2. Sam F. on April 8th, 2009 11:02 am

    Nice camper. I especially like the all aluminum aspect. Its not inexpensive, but there are not too many campers that can be towed by small cars.