In the old tongue, this is a 15-foot caravan, which translates to 4.7-metres in body length, and 6.5m once you measure from front to back. That actually makes it somewhat petite by today’s standards, although its rugged off-road appearance and high ride-height make it appear larger. It’s only 2.2m wide, which is great when it's towed along narrow, off-road tracks.
|Weight (Tare/ATM/Tow Ball)||2100kg/2700kg/150kg|
It weighs 2100kg before any load is added, and has an ATM of 2700kg, giving it a 600kg payload capacity. For its size and spec, it's middle of the road on weight.
Some of the most notable Australian-made hybrids are up to 400kg lighter, although several other imported campers are heavier, for example – MDC XT15: 2360kg, Black Series HQ15: 2230kg, Stoney Creek SC-Scout 4: 2100kg.