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Old 05-21-2012, 11:26 PM   #1
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R-Pod 177 vs. R-Vision Crossover 189QB

My wife and I have been doing a little window shopping lately. We are pretty much in agreement on the R Pod being a worthy ultralight trailer, but saw the Crossover yesterday, and we're impressed. It had very nice features, a 5yr warranty and loads of storage. Anyone familiar with R-Vision products? It's almost as light as the Pod although it's not as aerodynamic. I don't find much on the net about the company.
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Old 05-23-2012, 12:49 PM   #2
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My wife and I have been doing a little window shopping lately. We are pretty much in agreement on the R Pod being a worthy ultralight trailer, but saw the Crossover yesterday, and we're impressed. It had very nice features, a 5yr warranty and loads of storage. Anyone familiar with R-Vision products? It's almost as light as the Pod although it's not as aerodynamic. I don't find much on the net about the company.
We have an R-Vision Onyx 25RB. Bought it last fall and just returned from our first real trip, Knoxville to Austin and back. We love it. Plenty of space for us and the cat. Light enough to pull very comfortably behind our Ram 1500, got 10.5 mpg.

R-Vision went belly up several years ago and was purchased by Navistar/Monico. The build quality is pretty good for a lightweight. All the systems work as advertised and we have had no problems with it yet.

We also looked at the Pods. Decided that they were just too small for us.

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Good luck on you decision.
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