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Designed and manufactured at Jayco’s state-of-the-art facilities in Dandenong South, Victoria, the Jayco 11ft CrossHaul Toy Hauler is the perfect RV for hardworking tradies craving big adventure.
Not only does it feature high quality rugged construction and thoughtful design, it comes with Jayco’s tough frame wall construction, JTECH 2.0 independent coil suspension and hot dipped galvanised endurance chassis.
It also has roof racks, 9kg gas bottle with bayonet and the option to include a pull-out 55L fridge and freezer that is easily accessible through an external side hatch BBQ tray. It has spacious rear living and a cargo garage, perfect for those who work hard and play harder.
In this blog post, Aimee shares her top reasons why the CrossHaul is the perfect RV for tradies.
VERSATILITY FOR WORK AND PLAY
One of the best features of the CrossHaul is the flexibility it offers for both work and play. If you want to head away for a cheeky weekend, you can chuck your tools in the back, go to work, and instead of coming home and messing around you can get straight on the road and miss the traffic.
EASY SET UP AND PACK DOWN
Another great feature of the CrossHaul is that it is so simple to set up, which means more time to enjoy your holiday – no need to muck about with complex annexes. It takes my partner and I about 10 minutes to set up and pack down, which is super handy if we’ve gone away for a weeknight trip and need to duck off to work in the morning.
SPACE AND STORAGE GALORE
There aren’t a lot of vans on the market that are as small and compact, yet provide as much storage as the CrossHaul. It means you aren’t towing such a huge weight, but you aren’t compromised on storage, sleeping space or other essentials like having a pull-out fridge. Plus, it is great both for trips with your partner or a weekend away with mates.
The pull-out fridge is one of my favourite features because it really makes the most of the space. You can pop your BBQ on the tray next to the fridge, and enjoy a beer while you’re cooking up a storm.