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Introducing the Winnebago Hike 100

This tiny camper makes towing possible for most trucks and SUVs.

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Winnebago has introduced its smallest camper trailer yet with the debut of the Hike 100. This addition to their lineup makes towing possible for smaller vehicles like SUVs and midsized trucks.

Comparatively, with an exterior body length of 15 ft 9 inches, the Hike 100 is a few feet shorter than the Winnebago Hike. The Hike measures 20.0 feet, 7.5 inches. The Hike 100’s narrow-body width is the same as the Hike at 7.0 feet, 9.0 inches, as is its full-height exterior at 10.0 feet, 2 inches. At dry weight, it comes in at 2,700 pounds, and it has a GVWR of 4,200 pounds.

The Hike 100 can store 31.0 gallons of freshwater, 4.75 gallons of blackwater, and 25.0 gallons of gray water. In addition, it has a small 6-gallon water heater, 18,000-BTU furnace, 13.5K low profile roof air conditioner, a standard 190-watt solar panel (with provisions to add a second, portable unit), and a standard 20-pound propane tank.

Winnebago has five different layouts for The Hike 100, with sleeping room for 2-3 people. Amenities include a refrigerator, portable cooktop and cooler, covered sink, bath, awning, secondary awning, power tongue jack, powder-coated roof rack system, stabilizer jacks, roof ladder, outdoor kitchen, outside shower, among others.

What the Hike 100 might lose in size, it makes up for in tow-ability. Because of its lighter weight, it can be towed easily by most vehicles with a tow package and you’ll be able to get it to your preferred camping destination without killing your fuel efficiency.

 

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