seemed to be roomier inside, the double walled design showing innovation for its generation, Pre Oliver
...but having the same root thoughts in the double wall perk....People swear by them. Burro
is hard to find. The room is a big plus if you are a large person.
is narrower inside, quality is good, single hull, people swear by them too...Risking here the wrath of Casita
owners they are Scamp
in genre or visa verso...both designs are part of Boler
history, the design coincidence is too blatant to ignore, Scamp
also being a contracted company of Boler
dim years back...The best ideas prevail so I have no problem here. If you are considering Casita I would also look at Scamp
too. In both of these the hull punctures for the cabinets need watching 10 years into its life...I live in sun country so this is a maint. issue here, the plastic covers deteriorate in U.V. light
Currently Burro is history as a company so support is gone. There are urban legends of rebirth but hold your breath. What I do not like in Burros is the dorsal seam. If I were to own a trailer to be different or a unique one with good room it would be the Burro wide body, I would just address the seam issue with reasonable maintenance.
Where you live and how harsh an environment you are going to live in should dictate some design needs. The Canadians make very good rigs and are a bargain right now.
Scamp has been very good to me bending over backwards on every issue, even if I did not own the trailer, just because I was working on it was good enough for them.
Others will weigh in, owners are great sources of info.
I would ask specific questions and explain what you want to do with the trailer?...Such as full time/part time use, climate extremes, off road use, type of rig towing it, ect.
Good luck, Happy Camping.