I like my Scamp
, but I was minimalistic in my camping style. I would have bought a Casita
or whatever else I found. IMHO, it would be a tough choice with two side-by-each for same price. Lived in mine for six years after three years in a Jayco 16'. Truck was only rated for 2,000 lbs and 16' was just too much strain on small manual trans/clutch.
I have LP range, fantastical fan (in second roof vent), gravel shield, spare tire, battery
, ice box, gaucho, porta-potty, brakes
and a vent-free LP heater. I don't have fridge
, hot water, elec water pump, fixed toilet, converter, a/c, awning
(I use a tarp). I removed the table/hardware and built a single bunk across the back at window level for ventilation, with a pull-out table underneath.
PS Sandra, big difference between Ranger small and large V6; large (4.0L) comes with different auto trans and bigger rear differential. Like I say, # cylinders is not enough, only a starting place. The truck I mention above was 6 cyl but only rated for 2,000 lbs.