Trakmaster Pilbara Extreme
The very first thing that catches your attention about the Trakmaster Pilbara is the brilliant green of its outer walls, reminiscent of the lush green trees in spring. This caravan has a really good ground clearance and a solid chassis to boot, making it a proud off road caravan with seamless welds.
Trakmaster is known for its fierce cutaway at the back, making it perfectly suited for the rough off roads.
Here are some of the main features of this wonderful offroad caravan
Airbag Suspension System
This airbag suspension system is probably the best in the market, following a very uncomplicated yet effective system. Every wheel has a separate airbag that compliment the twin shock absorbers, which means that each wheel can function independently.
These adjustable airbags will stabilise the caravan on uneven roads, lowering or increasing its height as required. These are also effective in diffusing stress on the chassis and the walls of the caravan when roughing it out. An indicator is visible when driving, to announce when the airbags are re-inflated.
Lithium Ion Battery System
Caravans seldom use Lithium batteries, though they have been used for many years, making it far lighter than the regular batteries. The Lithium battery system works well with solar system.
The unique aspect about this particular offroader from Trakmaster is that it has fibreglass sandwich panel walls. Two whole hand cut fiberglass are custom designed to suit each caravan, with thick insulating foam carrying wiring ducts around a timber frame. The entire frame is approximately 40mm thick.
Newgen chassis are fully galvanised hot dipped and with 450-grade steel drawbar that are formulated for strength,endurance and better ground clearance.
The Trakmaster Pilbara Extreme scores both on quality inside as well as out. From appliances to the screws that are used, everything is high on quality in this caravan that is filled with superlatives