Kimberley Kampers USA

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TomInOregon

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I'm really looking forward to seeing these hit the market used in a couple of years. Do the US models also have Diesel cooktop, heat and hot water?
 

Catastrofe

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I'm really looking forward to seeing these hit the market used in a couple of years. Do the US models also have Diesel cooktop, heat and hot water?
Diesel furnace and hot water are standard. A diesel cooktop is optional, but David advised the induction cooktops are a better choice due to their efficiency (particularly with the robust KK solar setup).
 

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Catastrofe

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Beautiful campers--but the prices!:oops:
They certainly aren't inexpensive. That being said, I haven't seen another manufacturer that offers the same or even similar product (amenities, layout, or quality) at a lower price point. Certainly no US manufacturer. There may be some other Australian brands at a lower price point, but they don't export.
 
They certainly aren't inexpensive. That being said, I haven't seen another manufacturer that offers the same or even similar product (amenities, layout, or quality) at a lower price point. Certainly no US manufacturer. There may be some other Australian brands at a lower price point, but they don't export.
They probably get every bit of the MSRP as well--no discounts likely eh? Wouldn't one of the S3 Kruisers look good behind my F250 Tremor though? Maybe I'll sell my house and live in one!
 
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