Patriot Campers Launches Their New X3

Overland News:

Patriot has built a reputation for producing extreme quality overland trailers designed to survive the Australian Outback. From that foundation of reliability and durability, they have also started to evolve their camping systems and solutions, adding comfort and ease of setup.


One of the realities of long-distance remote travel is bad weather, and this new X3 allows for sleeping and eating inside the trailer, high off the ground and in a small habitat with 130 liters of water, diesel hot water, and tent heating systems, and 300Ah of batteries managed by a full RedArc power management system. There is a strong argument that if you are to pull a trailer, you should be able to camp inside it, and this Patriot X3 delivers. We look forward to testing one in the field and providing a detailed review. For now, here is the news details, and a video that shows the trailer in action.

The following options and features are included in the build as standard

  • CS3™ Integrated Tent
  • RIGILITE™ Galvanised Chassis
  • PCOR™ Integrated HEXOCORE™ Awning
  • X-Cruise™ 1.60T Dual Shock Airbag Suspension
  • EXORACK™ Roof Mounting System
  • Silver Body Colour
  • Redarc TVMS
  • Diesel Hot Water & Tent Heating System with Utility Shelf
  • 1500 Watt Inverter
  • Internal 240V Power Outlets
  • Twin Gel Batteries Total 300 AH
  • Twin Water Tanks 130L Capacity
  • Standard 6/139.7 Stud Pattern – Electric Drum Brakes
  • PCOR 16” Wheels – ET0 & 33” Mud Terrain Tyres (x2)
  • Twin Burner Gas Stove & Grill
  • Underbody Steel Spare Wheel & Tyre


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Scott is the publisher and co-founder of Expedition Portal and Overland Journal. His travels by 4WD and adventure motorcycle span all seven continents and include three circumnavigations of the globe. His polar travels include two vehicle crossings of Antarctica and the first long-axis crossing of Greenland. He lives in Prescott, Arizona