28Jan2020

2020 Airstream Interstate Grand Tour vs. Lounge

Airstream Interstate Grand Tour vs. Lounge The Airstream Interstate Grand Tour EXT and Lounge EXT are two of the most popular Touring Coaches offered by Airstream. With 50+ best-in-class standard features, there’s a reason the Interstate line has been the #1 best-selling Class B diesel motorhomes six years in a row. While they both look [...] Read more

20Jan2020

What’s new: 2020 Airstream Classic

What's new: 2020 Airstream Classic The Airstream Classic has been one of the most luxurious Travel Trailer models for many years. The Classic features first-class amenities, residential comforts, and a no-expense-spared approach to design. For 2020, the Airstream Classic has received some updates and improvements to this already amazing Travel Trailer. New Interior Décor Option [...] Read more

03Jan2020

2020 Airstream Bambi FAQs

2020 Airstream Bambi FAQs For years the name Bambi has been a nickname for the smallest single-axle Airstream trailers. For 2020, the Bambi has replaced the popular Sport model and is now its own official family of travel trailers. The 2020 Bambi is very similar to the Sport but with a few upgrades to an [...] Read more

11Dec2019

Bambi vs. Caravel – A Comparison

Bambi or Caravel? Take a look at a side-by-side comparison of features to help you identify the right single axle travel trailer to suit your lifestyle. This year, Airstream introduced two new lines of single-axle travel trailers. With Bambi and Caravel, you now can choose between four different trailer lengths in an easy-to-tow form: Lightweight, [...] Read more

15Nov2019

Airstream Weight Distribution Hitch Systems

Airstream Weight Distribution Hitch Systems What is a weight distribution with sway control hitch system? A weight distribution hitch with sway control is designed to make towing your travel trailer safer and more stable. The weight distribution system is designed to move the weight from the trailer’s tongue to the front wheels of the tow [...] Read more

15Nov2019

RV Surge Protectors: Why Not To Always Trust Campground Power

RV Surge Protectors Don't always trust campground power. In fact, you might be amazed at how often the electrical service at campgrounds is poor, if not even dangerous. Most often the problem is low voltage, where the normal 120 volt or 240 volt service sags because many campers are using their air conditioners simultaneously. The [...] Read more