Trailer Name: Quattro
Length closed: 4 450mm
Length open: 5 400mm
Width: 1 880mm
Height closed: 1 800mm
Height open: 2 700mm
Axle type: 1 800kg rated solid axle
Suspension type: 10-blade leaf spring system
Wheel size: 15-inch 6-stud rims with 245 x R15 all-terrain tyres
Net weight: 860kg
GVM: 1 500kg
Basic price: R297 000 Incl VAT
Equipment list standard:
Slide-out stove unit with 2-plate stainless steel gas hob, kitchen unit with microwave and teflon worktop, slide-out double basin with hot and cold water tap, high quality melamine crockery set for 6 along with wine and beer glasses, pressure pump system, gas and 220V geyser, 100-litre built-in water tank, solar charge regulator, solar-ready, 105Ah deep-cycle battery, Victron charging system with Bluetooth connectivity, 220V AC three-point all-weather multi-plug, three 12V DC sockets, interior vanity basin with hot and cold water tap, front patio and rally awning, silver reflective sheet, Porta potti, built-in shower, spare wheel with cover, 2 Jerry can brackets, one 3kg gas bottle bracket, one 3kg gas bottle and one 1kg fire extinguisher.
Equipment list optional:
Side wall set, fridge, nosebox drawer, shower cubicle.
Are there any unique design and special features you can tell us about? The concept of the Invader Quattro originated back in 2010 in a caravan park during a December holiday. The challenge was to design a robust and compact off-road camper that will allow the user to go anywhere – to break away from traditional caravan parks and explore places that cannot be reached by traditional caravans. It was also required that the camper be equipped with all the luxury features normally found in caravans, and – maybe the most important quest– to offer interior space that can only be found in caravans. When travelling with the Quattro, the outside kitchen is at your disposal with all the required equipment to prepare a meal on the roadside.
What construction methods are used in your trailer? Invader is proud to announce that, according to the above challenges, we launched the Invader Quattro that meets most of the requests in 2011 and we kept on improving it. The Quattro boasts a seamless, flexible fibre body to withstand the impact of the most extreme roads. Protected by a scratch-free outer skin, the Quattro will blow you away with the caravan-like interior and space. Ample cupboards as well as a vanity basin, hot and cold water, toilet, a double bed as well as a three-quarter bed, USB ports, an outside shower (and so much more), make it the perfect camper for the adventurous family.
What axle and suspension types are utilized on your trailer? Due to many years of experience, Invader opted to use a ladder-frame, hot-dipped galvanised chassis that is proved to withstand the utmost challenges. Together with a short leaf spring suspension (without shock absorbers), this combination has been tested over a long period of time, and proven by the experience of Invader users.
What sets your trailers apart from the rest? Taking all the above into consideration, all parts used to assemble the Invader are of the best quality available. We do not take shortcuts and we build our campers with parts from reliable sources.
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