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Hymer CrossOver RV And Camper Van Debut With Serious Off-Road Chops

motor1 logo motor1 1/23/2021 Chris Okula

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It's time for a get away.

If you’re in the market for the perfect overland build we’ve found the Mercedes for you. Thanks to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, more and more people are opting to take secluded camping trips in their own vehicles creating a massive demand for capable vehicles. The team at Hymer has created two off-road capable Camper Van product lines for customers who want a capable and comfortable off-roader perfect for a family vacation.

Hymer understands that modern overland camping enthusiasts want comfort, convivence, and capability. For customers seeking a smaller but capable build, there’s the Hymer Grand Canyon S, but if you’re looking for the largest build then the ML-T 570 offers extra room and more features. To fulfill these needs Hymer starts off with the familiar Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, which has become the gold standard in Overlanding builds. The interior is built to house everything you could possibly need to feel comfortable on a long journey including a kitchen, bathroom with shower, and separate bedroom area.


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To make sure your Hymer-built overlander can reach just about any campsite the team goes to work on a well-rounded off-road package. A small 9.0-centimeter lift kit gives way to aggressive off-road tires which offer more grip and durability on tough trails. To account for these larger tires, the Hymer team changed out the axel gear ratios to make sure the Mercedes diesel engine has enough grunt to tackle steep hills. There’s also a set of roof-mounted LED lights that not only look cool but illuminate even the darkest forests and trails so you can travel at any time of day.

Sadly, for American customers, the Hymer will stay in Europe for the time being. Luckily American customers have a host of offerings like the Winnebago Ekko, which offers a similar product based on a Ford Transit van.

Source: Hymer

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