Featuring a separate entrance to the rear bunk room and four double-over-double beds, the 2020 Keystone Passport 3400QD GT sleeps up to 14.

Even before the 2020 Keystone Passport 3400QD GT arrived on dealers’ lots, it was generating buzz. Offering what are said to be the industry’s first quad double-over-double bunks, the 3400QD can sleep a whopping 14 people. Large families and those who like to bring along friends will want to take a look at this innovative new floorplan with a starting price of $36,243.

Entertainment center and corner kitchen in Passport trailer
Frosted glass, stainless steel and light-colored flooring contrast with the rich wood tones of the 3400QD. Hidden behind the main entertainment center is a walk-in pantry.

Sleeping Space

The rear bunk room is the star of the show. Step inside to find four 51-by-74-inch beds in a slideout. With dedicated sleeping for up to eight, this is the perfect space for epic sleepovers. The two bottom bunks are hinged and flip up to create roomy cargo spaces.

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Across from the beds is another feature that kids will love: a massive entertainment center anchored by a 43-inch television. There’s plenty of room to store gaming systems and more in the cabinets below. A rear entry door makes the bunk room easy to access from outside, a feature that keeps kids from tracking messy shoes through the rest of the rig.

Up front, the master bedroom offers a 60-by-80-inch queen bed, which is flanked by deep, mirrored storage cabinets and topped by an attractive shiplap accent wall.

Side view of four bunks in Passport trailer
Double-over-double bunks provide sleeping space for up to eight. Built-in ladders make the top bunks easily accessible.

Living Area

The family can gather in the wide-open living area for meals and fun. The U-shaped dinette and trifold sleeper sofa (or optional theater seats) are located in a large slideout. Across from them, an entertainment center holds a TV and conceals a spacious walk-in pantry.

The adjacent corner kitchen includes everything needed, from an 8-cubic-foot refrigerator to a microwave, three-burner cooktop with a cover and a high-output range. Shaker-style wood cabinetry and seamless countertops provide a modern touch.

Throughout the 3400QD, vaulted ceilings open up the space, as do the light-colored walls, laminate flooring and frosted-glass cabinet fronts, all of which nicely contrast with the rich wood tones.

Doors leading to bedroom in Passport trailer
Two-tone wood-panel doors provide privacy in the front master bedroom, which houses a 60-by-80-inch queen bed.

Exterior

Although the 3400QD is a relative beast at 38 feet, 4 inches long, it is surprisingly lightweight for the length, with a 7,525-pound unloaded vehicle weight (UVW) and 9,640-pound gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR). Keystone is on-trend with the simple exterior, featuring minimal graphics set against smooth laminated fiberglass.

As part of Passport’s Grand Touring series (the “GT” in the model name), many upgrades are included, among them an electric tongue jack, LP-gas cylinder cover, black-tank flush and a fold-away grab bar at the main entrance. MORryde StepAbove entry steps come standard.

It will be interesting to see if other manufacturers add a bunkhouse with quad double-over-double beds to their lineups. Until then, Keystone’s 3400QD is leading the pack.

Exterior kitchen of Passport trailer with fridge door open.
For easy outdoor meal prep, the pullout kitchen serves up a two-burner cooktop and a small fridge.

Manufacturer’s Specifications

2020 Keystone Passport 3400QD GT
Exterior Length: 38′ 4″
Exterior Width: 8′
Interior Height: 6′ 11.5″
Exterior Height: 10′ 11”
Freshwater Cap.:  43 gal.
Black-Water Cap.: 38 gal.
Gray-Water Cap.: 38 gal.
LP-Gas Cap.: 10 lbs.
UVW: 7,525 pounds
Hitch Weight: 845 pounds
GVWR: 9,640 pounds
MSRP, Base: $36,243
www.keystonerv.com

Floorplan illustration of Keystone Passport 3400QD



Author, blogger and photographer Kerri Cox.With her small bunkhouse travel trailer in tow, Kerri Cox has traveled near and far with her husband and two teenage sons, documenting their adventures on her blog, Travels with Birdy. When not on the road, she spends her time teaching and writing. Her words and photographs can be found in print and digital publications, including Trailer Life and the Good Sam Club Blog.


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