TrailManor, which builds hard-wall travel trailers that fold down like tent campers, has revamped its trailers inside and out with the biggest appearance changes in more than a decade.
TrailManor’s new SilverTrail edition features bright silver aluminum exterior panels with black trim, accented by TrailManor graphics. Inside, a tan interior includes new wallboards, countertops, curtains, upholstery and flooring. The sofas and seats can be upgraded from cloth to leatherette. The trailers include full kitchens, baths with showers, and extensive storage.
Cleo Jean Eickhoff, the company’s vice president for marketing, said, “More than 30 percent of all new cars and trucks sold are silver or gray. The SilverTrail edition goes with this trend to expand our appeal, and provide the thousands of loyal TrailManor owners the opportunity to upgrade to the new edition.”
TrailManor builds lightweight retractable trailers that fold to a compact size so they can be towed by properly equipped minivans, crossovers and small SUVs. The manufacturer says the trailer can be set up at a campsite in less than two minutes in a procedure that raises the trailer height and extends the trailer outward. A trailer that is 17 feet long when closed becomes 24 feet long when open. An option on all models is the patented Swing Hitch, which shortens the trailer by two feet for storage.
Suggested retail prices range from $21,371 for the smallest version (model 2417—24 feet when extended, 17 feet when closed) to $31,871 for the largest, model 3124.
TrailManor trailers are built in Hartington, Nebraska. For information, visit trailmanor.com.