Need to get away but want to stay closer to home in a safer fashion this year? We are eager to introduce Bucket List RV Rentals. Well, actually, it’s just “rental” right now, but you never know. It seems like a perfect fit for our existing business and prospective clients.
Thor Compass 23TW with side wall expanded for more interior space.
This is our brand-new Thor Compass 23TW (Gemini). This sleek and stylish RV will drive like a dream in the mountains on climbs and descents with its 350 Ecoboost, 310 HP, 10-speed, V6 twin-turbocharged engine and brand-new-for-2021, Ford Transit All-Wheel-Drive chassis.
Anyone can drive this. The steering is tight with a great turning radius. It is only 23 feet long and can park in most regular parking spots, as it is just slightly longer than a pickup truck. It fits into most camping sites at state parks, too. There is even a rear camera that shows up in the rearview mirror.
The entire driver’s side slides out to reveal room for a comfortable cushy queen-sized bed and a four-person dinette. This dinette can sleep one 5-foot-7 adult or two kids.
This coach is appointed with luxury from the grey, Euro-styled cabinets to the nickel-finished hardware and LED lighting. There is a two-burner cooktop, a convection microwave, and a three-way refrigerator. The front seats swivel all the way around, enhancing the hosting of guests for evening conversations. Air conditioning, a heater, a separate shower, and a toilet give you all the needed basics.
Outside, there is a power awning and a trailer hitch for an optional covered bike rack (no towing capacity).
Driver's seat and dashboard
Cabin interior from front to back
Driver's seat and dashboard
Feel connected while social distancing with an included WiFi router, Bluetooth, a 4G hotspot, USB ports, and a TV antenna with two TVs! The Ford Infotainment center includes an 8-inch, three-way touch screen. There is also a 100-watt solar panel to add some short term power capabilities.
This small-but-mighty RV features Ford’s EcoBoost technology with 400 pounds of torque in the 3.5 liter engine. The Ford AdvanceTracsystem, combined with HillStart assist, lane departure warnings, and an emergency braking system make your trip as safe as possible. There are seatbelts for four. The addition of heated mirrors and backup monitors add additional safety. This RV gets about 14 miles to the gallon, which should cover about 300 miles or over three hours of drive time.
We will have professional disinfectant cleaning and local advice on all of the bells and whistles.
Usually, around here, these types of rentals go for $300 to $350 per day during prime time, but we keep it as low cost as possible without the added expense of third-party rental agencies.
By going directly to us at $200 per day, plus approximately $33 per day in taxes; less expensive insurance at $30 per day; and the flat cleaning fee of $95, the cost should be just under $2,000 for a normal week.
Agency Rental Comparison
RVshare: 2017 vehicle, similar size, sleeps two. Almost $3,000 for a week.
Outdoorsy: 2018 vehicle, similar size, sleeps two. Almost $3,500 for a week.
RV Travel Packages
Looking for destination ideas? Choose from campsites that we have already reserved for your convenience. Base rental fees and mileage included!