EverGreen Element Travel Trailers

January 3, 2011
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Test Driver EverGreen element travel trailerLightweight, extremely durable and environmentally friendly — what more could anyone want from a travel trailer? Evergreen Recreational Vehicles has a new line of 24-foot Element trailers that goes above and beyond in terms of sustainability and quality construction, with a sleek, European-style aesthetic appeal.

 

The Element’s frame is made of High Strength Low Alloy (HSLA) steel that yields the highest strength-to-weight ratio, and all frame components are protected with an automotive quality, electro-coating process to prevent rust and corrosion. Completely wood-free, the Element is also resistant to rot, mold or mildew. Sustainable composites make the Element eco-friendly and recyclable.

You can choose from four floorplans with an interior height of 84 inches, all of which have contemporary, clean interiors, with stainless-steel appliances in the galley, Euro-designed, spacious cabinets, and tinted acrylic windows to provide energy efficiency and privacy.

Base gvwr is only 3,300 pounds and the Element has an ultra aerodynamic shape, not exceeding the 60-square-feet limit of total area of the trailer exposed to air resistance, as defined by OEM automotive manufacturers. A three-year limited structural and a two-year bumper-to-bumper warranty is standard.

For more information, visit www.goelementrv.com.

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One Response to “EverGreen Element Travel Trailers”

  1. Roger Belk on January 16th, 2013 12:45 pm

    I do not recommend this RV. No real support from the OEM Warranty person…all he could say is; “I’m sorry.” See the following issues I had in the first 8 months.

    • Table top buckled when locked to legs; upon removal multiple times

    • Refrigerator door fell off

    • Radius end plastic door warped

    • Refrigerator wouldn’t start poor ventilation

    • Doors drooped off of hinges/cabinet

    • Refrigerator stainless steel crazed/was not sealed

    • Drawer under sink put a hole in adjacent cabinet door/magnet not strong enough

    • Shower leaked over around seat on floor/ no lip to catch drainage

    • Cheap shower head/slides

    • Constant battery drain/ installed quick disconnect

    • Legs on dining table wobbly/ haven’t fixed

    • All surfaces are easily scratchable

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