Livin’ Lite Shows First Traditional Trailer at Hershey Show
Livin’ Lite Recreational Vehicles LLC, Wakarusa, Ind., has introduced the lightweight aluminum-and-composite Camplite travel trailer, the company’s first traditional towable. Still, Livin’ Lite doesn’t do much in a traditional way. ”There is not a splinter of wood in this travel trailer. It is 99% recyclable,” said Livin’ Lite President Scott Tuttle, whose firm already manufactures the Quicksilver all-aluminum folding camping trailer and and cargo-style VRV utility trailer. The entry-level Camplite, with a base MSRP of $12,900, is available in three 10- to 15-foot floorplans, the longest featuring a combination wet bath and shower. All are equipped with cassette toilets and painted with automotive finishes. The 12-foot bunkbed floorplan — dry weight of 1,500 pounds — debuted this week at the 41st Annual Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show. ”The Camplite sticks with our concept of back-to-the basics,” Tuttle said.