Teardrop Camper Prices: How Much Do They Cost
Large RVs are not for everyone
Sometimes when it is just the two of you, you do not want to spend all that money and drive a big RV rig. These larger RVs are hard to maneuver, take a lot of fuel and it is just too much space for the two of you.
A good teardrop camper is just the ticket for you and your mate. But you just not sure how much they will set you back financially. The good news is they are not that expensive and if you want to know their full price range, just keep reading our article. it has that information and more.
The price range for teardrop campers
Knowing the cost of a teardrop camper helps you plan your vacat5ion better. These campers do not cost as much as Class B or Class A RVs. They may even be cheaper than a good pop up. That means you have more available money to spend on your holiday.
Here are the different price ranges for the different classes of teardrop campers:
- A new teardrop camper- can cost between $5,000 and $20,000 + depending on the size. The 4 person model will be near the $20,000 mark
- A bathroom model- will cost between $15,000 and $24,000 because of the plumbing and water tanks, etc.
- The off-road model- only between $5,500 and $10,500 and up
- The motorcycle version- this is a model that can be towed by your powerful motorcycle and you can expect to pay between 41,000 and $5,000
- The DIY option- this will run you between $1,000 and $3,000 depending on size and basic amenities you want
- The teardrop camper kit- under $1,000 but the trailer is extra.
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The cost of the extras
As you can see there is a fairly large gap between the lower end costs and the upper-end prices. The reason for that is that all prices depend on what features you want to be included in your new camper.
Here is a breakdown of some of the amenities you can add to your teardrop camper which will boost the price. This list will give you a basic idea of what to expect to pay:
- stove top- a 2 burner stove can run you between $100-300 more. Of course, you can save by using a regular camp stove instead
- freshwater storage tank- if you go out where the water supply is limited, you may need one. With the right plumbing, you can add one in for only $300 to $500
- extra plumbing- for fixtures, sprayers, sinks, and so on, all needed accessories when camping. The price here is between $150 top $300
- furnace- if you do not want to be cold at night, adding a furnace will keep you nice and warm. The cost $250 to $500 for propane furnace and lines
- air conditioner- then if you want to stay cool all day, you are looking at paying $700 approx. for a 5,000 BTU air conditioner
- fridge- you need to keep your food fresh and healthy and if you are too far away to buy ice, a fridge will set you back $250 to $500
- solar panels- this is for when you want to be off-grid and roughing it. A good solar panel or two will run up your costs by $750 to $1000
- exterior & interior paint- for a professional job and look, budget about $2,500
- Entertainment- when you can’t go without your television shows or internet connection for a few days add in about $500 for outlets and other electrical hookups
- Lights- seeing in the dark is only easy when you have good lights. LEDs will add to your overall costs by $50 to $150
The list continues but this gives you an idea of what you will pay when you add in those needed camping items.
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Some final words
Teardrop campers are easy to tow and they do not take up a lot of space. Your car should handle towing one of them with ease. Their cost is generally budget-friendly until you start adding in those extras.
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