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Jayco Debuts Their First Class B Off-Road Van

The 4x4 Terrain is Built for Adventure

Image Caption: 2022 Jayco Terrain (Image Courtesy of Jayco)

Launching their first Type B motorhome on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 platform, Jayco is stepping into the Class B arena in style with their 4×4 “Terrain.”

 

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Combining Jayco’s JRide ride and handling package with the four-wheel-drive of the Sprinter chassis is enough to entice any RV enthusiast to take a second glance. But there’s more! The handling package includes a heavy-duty rear stabilizer bar and Koni shocks.

Ryan Eash, Jayco Motorized Group director of product development, said, “We feel our team really knocked it out of the park on this one.”

 

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An off-grid power system comes with a 48-volt, 210-amp-hour smart lithium battery that provides 10,200 watts of power. Included are a 3,500-watt inverter, a second 48-volt alternator connected to the lithium battery, and 200 watts of roof-mounted solar panels.

Inside, the kitchen comes with a portable induction cooktop, 3-cubic-foot DC refrigerator, and Technoform European-style cabinetry. The motorhome is controlled with a Jaycommand multiplex system powered by Firefly.

“Our partnership with Tecnoform allowed us to create a van with a unique look not found anywhere else,” Eash said.

As if that’s not enough to pique your curiosity, other highlights include Carefree’s armless powered awning with LED light strip and wind sensor, a 48-volt Coleman-Mach 10 air conditioner, and a double roof rack with a moveable ladder.

The Jayco Terrain (MSRP) starts at $192,000.

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