Flying in the face of the cost and weight compromises is the nearly unbelievable list of standard features, and an insanely great face-to-face dinette. To have a standard 3-way Dometic refrigerator, 12,000 BTU Atwood furnace, Fantastic Fan, Shurflo water pump, stainless steel 2-burner Atwood cooktop in a truly half-ton compatible cabover camper is simply fantastic. To have a booth-style face-to-face dinette that looks and feels like two comfy sofas is off the charts.
In the end, the Air represents the progress and compromise needed to match a hard side cabover truck camper to real world half-ton trucks. Based on our experience with the Air, we’re very impressed. We also want to encourage Dustin and Travel Lite to continue down this path. Keep pushing the weight and value. Besides, there are many gases that are lighter than air. Perhaps your next model could be the Helium.
Half-ton compatible if carefully matched
Tailgate closes on 6-foot short bed trucks
Lightest production cabover truck camper available
Well appointed standard features – see review
Face-to-face booth-style dinette is awesome
Slider windows on all four sides for light and ventilation
Inside water tank fill is close to the power converter
Very limited storage throughout; pack your duffels
No available options, but comes well equipped
No bathroom or porta-potti compartment
Hidden kitchen drawers waste potential storage space
Removable table is a bit wonky in use
2016 Travel Lite 625
Warranty: 1 year from time of purchase
Travel Lite, Inc.
71913 Country Road 23
New Paris, IN 46553
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