Designed for rugged versatility.
Our vans are crafted to handle anything you can put them through.
Features packed into a 2wd Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
Wall & Ceiling Liners
Finished Walls and Ceiling Panels with Insulation
SmartFloor System for extra, removable seating – Meets North American standards, is ADA and FMVSS Compliant
(Custom Wood Grain Finish)
Webasto Diesel Heater with Control Panel
2.7 cu ft Stainless Steel Refrigerator
(Whispering Wind with Colored Accents)
Fresh & Gray Water Tanks
Dimmable LED Lighting
Swivel Captain Seats
Custom Fold-Up Bed at Rear to Create
More Storage in Garage
(2) Flare Space with slider windows at rear for more interior space
Rain Sensor Roof Vent
Rhino Roof Rack
Exterior Power & Solar Connections
First Aid Kit
Roof-Top Air Conditioner
Portable Solar Panels
Ready to take on the world?
Summit Adventure Vans is proud to introduce one of the first class B motorhomes with FMVSS compliant rear seating that also complies with ADA requirements. We provide our tribe with a convenient, flexible, and comfortable solution for bringing along extra adventure seekers, while ensuring their safety. The three-point seat belts keep passengers safe, from the biggest to the smallest.
The unique design of our cabinetry and cargo management accessories provides you with one of the most versatile uses of storage space. The open-faced cabinets under the bed allow for the secure storage of irregularly sized and shaped items. Logistic Track (L-Track), often seen in the airline industry, can be found throughout our van. This generous amount of L-Track gives you a safe and secure way to manage even the heaviest of sporting equipment and cargo.
By offering a standard solar charge controller and convenient side and roof-mounted plug-ins for exterior solar panels, we gives you a way to keep your batteries charged from the time you are sipping coffee in the morning until drinking your favorite drink in the evening. Solar panels can also be mounted to the roof using the Rhino Rack for a more permanent solution, while portable panels can be plugged into the side of the van for a quick charge. Both systems assist with keeping your carbon footprint small while adventuring off-grid.
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