Why are Off-Road Trailers So Expensive?

Off-Road trailers are so expensive because of their high demand and limited supply. The manufacturers have had difficulty producing the parts needed.

With a slightly larger bed than a twin size, the 3 1/2 ft version is perfect for a single occupant but could work for two. Although still small, the 4 ft version is ideal for dual occupancy.

You’ll love the small, simple design of Do-Drop. Sporty teardrops come in either a 3 1/2 ft wide or 4 ft wide version.

Peewee Campers Small-Fry: $4,995

A four-by-six-by-44-inch box comes with this vehicle. It’s a teardrop trailer of extraordinary size.

Hiker Trailer Highway Deluxe: $3,795

Although Hiker Trailer has more affordable models than the Highway Deluxe, I think this is a great mid-sized teardrop for a reasonable price. Cost of the 4×8 is $3,795, the 5×8 is $4,795, etc.

Due to its 78-inch bed length and 47-inch interior width, DoDrop is the perfect choice for couples or a single occupant.

Most fully kitted units cost between $15,000 and $60,000.

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