Its C-section hot-dipped galvanised is fitted with J-Tech independent trailing arm coil-spring off-road suspension, an off-road swivel coupling and 15-inch alloy wheels with all-terrain tyres, along with front and side checkerplate protection. There’s plenty of ground clearance while the 85-litre water tank on the underside has a galvanised steel plate protecting it. A rubber seal keeps dust and moisture out of the partitioned toolbox on the A-frame which has room for two gas bottles, while gear can be stored in the other half. Drain holes in each compartment make them suitable for wet storage. There is also a reasonably deep storage compartment with a lockable, rubber sealed fold-down hatch door on the side. External features include a shower, 240v power inlet (and 12v port), 150watt solar panel, a Bushranger awning, rear tent, roof rails, and external slide-out kitchen. Setting up is easy: use the jockey wheel to level it, drop the rear stabiliser legs, open the rear gas-strut assist hatch and roll out the Bushranger awning. The slide-out kitchen has a large food preparation table that folds off the top and a two-burner stove. Inside is a queen-size with a reading light on ea...