For 2018, Cruiser RV has added a new floorplan to its lightweight Shadow Cruiser travel trailer line that’s targeted at families.
The 32-foot 10-inch 277BHS makes 13 in the lineup, and all Shadow Cruisers have been redesigned inside and out with a fresh logo and graphics, a two-tone painted front cap with stone guard, and Ashlyn interior wood and 3-inch hardwood shaker-style doors. To create a more formal feeling in each model, wood accent trim around the ceiling and corners has been added, and cabinet doors feature hidden hinges.
Housed in the 277BHS’s 37-inch-deep single slide are a jackknife sofa and a 42×68-inch dinette that convert into beds. Across from the dinette, an L-shaped counter holds the kitchen’s large stainless single-basin sink with pullout sprayer, recessed Furrion range with glass cover and oven, with the 6-cubic-foot refrigerator next to the range and a walk-in pantry around the corner.
The 5⁄8-inch tongue-and-groove plywood floor covered with linoleum is designed for easy cleaning, and residential-grade carpet is in the slide. As you walk in from the outside, double-bed bunks with substantial storage underneath are on the left, separated by a privacy curtain. The 6-foot 9-inch-high arched ceiling continues into the front bedroom with accent lighting. Nightstands are on each side of a 60×80-inch queen walk-around bed, and USB ports and overhead cabinets are within easy reach.
Gross vehicle weight rating is 9,380 pounds. Fresh- and black-water capacities are 44 and 30 gallons, respectively, and the trailer has two gray-water tanks with 57- and 30-gallon capacities. Base MSRP for the 277BHS is $27,113.
Cruiser RV | 260-562-3500 | www.cruiserrv.com
Trailer Life Managing Editor Donya Carlson grew up camping with her family in Southern California and loves spending time hiking, mountain biking, motorcycling, snowboarding and just about anything else outdoors. Before joining the Trailer Life and MotorHome team, she served as managing editor of Rider, a magazine for motorcycle enthusiasts.