“It doesn’t matter if you’re staying at an RV park or heading off the beaten path into the boondocks, the (Roadtrek) CS Adventurous offers the ability to do both in a high-end economical motorhome that’s highly maneuverable and easy to handle,” writes Donya Carlson in MotorHome Magazine.
“It’s not just the looks that have changed dramatically, it’s also the innovative way the electrical and comfort systems have been integrated into the design of the CS model with the E-trek package.”
“What makes this Roadtrek unique is its ability to keep the rooftop air conditioner, refrigerator (electric only) and microwave powered up without the use of an LP-gas or diesel-fired generator. The engine generator (as described by the company) is driven by the accessory belt and charges the batteries while the engine is running. The result is clean power with the potential to save energy costs and increase bragging rights as an environmentally friendly motorhome.”
However, everything is not perfect in the CS Adventurous, says Carlson. She gives Thumbs Down for lack of headroom “when stepping into cockpit from behind the seats, narrow floorplan, (and) small bathroom.”
Photos: Courtesy of Roadtrek and MotorHome Magazine.