Lance Camper Launches New Website
The Stunning New Site Highlights an All-New Travel Trailer Floorplan
Popular RV manufacturer Lance Camper has launched a beautiful new website. The company’s updated internet presence includes stunning new imagery, expanded information on its line of truck campers and travel trailers, and plenty of content focused on its all-new Enduro adventure trailer.
The website refresh brings Lance’s entire 2023 lineup into focus and reveals some big things for the company. In addition to providing visitors with full specs on all of the RV manufacturer’s campers, it also has an online shopping tools for new customers and support for existing owners. Other pages provide the ability to search dealer inventories for available models and give visitors insight into the design and construction of Lance RVs.
The new off-road Enduro adventure trailer takes center stage on the website, allowing potential customers to explore its final specs and options. The new lightweight model will help Lance expand its presence in the fast-growing overlanding space by offering a rugged, go-anywhere towable designed for off-grid camping. The highly-anticipated new model has been years in the making and is finally ready for its big debut.
“We are excited to launch the new website and let everyone in on what we have been working on,” says Lance Vice President and General Manager Hector Flores in a press release. “Entry into the Overland Market with Enduro and a continued focus on quality manufacturing with our core products is the goal as we move into a normalizing market environment with excitement for the future.”
Also new to the Lance catalog is the 1875 travel trailer floorplan. This modestly sized and well-appointed model comes with a large bathroom, residential-style sink and faucets, a 40” smart TV, and a comfortable couch that converts to a Queen-size bed. With a dry weight of just 5170 lbs., this towable should be very approachable for veteran RVers and newcomers alike.
“Many of our owners want a reasonably sized trailer which allow them the towability and maneuverability to travel long distances and visit all the national parks or the older state parks and get into smaller camp sites,” says Gary Conley, Director of Sales and Marketing at Lance. “The 1875 is a floor plan designed as a direct result of success of other floorplans in our lineup and that owner sentiment.”
In addition to rolling out its new website, Lance also announced that for 2023 it is implementing a TST tire pressure monitoring system in its towable line. The company has also entered into an exclusive agreement to use Truma air conditioning, forced air furnaces, and water heaters in all of its models moving forward.
For more information and to explore the new website yourself, visit LanceCamper.com.