8 ASIAN CAMPERS and CAMPERVANS | Campers Made in ASIA (Top Picks)

8 ASIAN CAMPERS and CAMPERVANS | Campers Made in ASIA (Top Picks)


– [Glen] From light,
tent-like pop-up campers to a Monster four by four off-road camper with 285 horsepower, campers, caravans, and motor homes are manufactured all around the world. This is Glen, and today we
are bringing you our list of campers, caravans and
motor homes from Asia, and Asian-Pacific countries. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number eight. – [Glen] Made in China, the Maxus RV80 has been distributed since
2016 in the Asia-Pacific region by Malaysia-based Weststar Group, and is still in production today. The Maxus RV80 comes in different models, including the camper van
and a C Class camper van. These have an integrated control system that gives centralized control
over information on power, water, and solar or heat supply. Some of the features include an awning, LED running lights, a fog
light, a bed above the cab, a kitchen and bathroom,
a waterproof floor, cupboards, and a living room. The RV80 Class C motor home has a length of 19 feet,
eight inches, or six meters, a width of seven feet,
four inches, or 2.3 meters, and a height of nine feet,
nine inches, or three meters. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number seven. – [Glen] Made in Japan, the J-Cabin Mini is a truck bed camper that can be installed on
any small pickup truck. Made of a light body campshell technology and aluminum framework, this
has increased living space with a wide range of equipment choices. The camper shell has a length
of 10 feet, eight inches, or 3.2 meters, a width of four feet, 10
inches, or 1.5 meters, a height of five feet, 11
inches, or 1.83 meters, and comes with sliding side windows and a double door with a net screen. The interior will sleep three people on a sofa bed and a bunk bed, has overhead space for storing luggage, and a cabinet placed in the
ceiling for storing small items. The camper includes a
portable refrigerator, a drainage tank, and a
19 liter feedwater tank with options for a sink, toilet, heater, external AC power outlet, or an awning. The J-Mini camper has a
starting cost of $14,200. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number six. – [Glen] Debuting at the
2009 Osaka Outdoor Festival, the Carukhan is a camper made in Japan that solves the problem of
truck campers being too narrow. Receiving the Good Design Award in 2010, the Carukhan’s interior
has a slide-out mechanism that spreads horizontally
on a mini car base, with a lifting ceiling, making
a triangle-shaped camper. Raising the roof with a
roof-up wench gives the inside a width of six feet, six
inches, or two meters, and a height of nine feet,
five inches, or 2.9 meters, and would fit in the
mini vehicle category. This has a total length
of 11 feet, two inches, or 3.4 meters, a width of four feet, 11
inches, or 1.5 meters, and a height of six feet,
six inches, or two meters when the vehicle is brought
down for traveling on the roads. With room for two people,
this has a cost of $19,400. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number five. – [Glen] Made in Japan,
the Mikami Tentmushi is a compact pop-up roof
that acts like a tent, and can be expanded to give plenty of room for relaxing or sleeping, and is available on either a four-wheel or rear-wheel drive vehicle. There are three different
types of these campers, which are based on the seating
arrangements on the inside. The F Type, which has a second seat that can be turned backwards or forwards, the S Type, that has a second seat which can be turned sideways, and a two-seater type,
which has a large rear door and no interior equipment,
that it can be used for cargo. This has a length of 11 feet,
two inches, or 3.4 meters, a width of four feet, 10
inches, or 1.5 meters, a height of six feet, six
inches, or two meters, and a ride-and-sleep
capacity of four people. The F Type and S Type have a main bed, while the two-seater type has the option for a removable cot, and
plenty of space for storage. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number four. – [Glen] Manufactured
in China, the Ecocampor is a safe and reliable
caravan that is meant to last, with a ranger roof hatch,
front aluminum panel, and an aluminum cladding. This has an exterior length
of 26 feet, three inches, or eight meters, an interior length of
21 feet, or 6.5 meters, and an interior height of
seven feet, seven inches, or 2.3 meters, and a weight of 2,821 pounds, or 1,280 kilograms. Inside is a comfortable living room that converts into a queen-size bed, has an entertainment system, and a lounge with a dining area. The camper also includes
a two-burner stove, stainless steel sink, refrigerator, an RV air conditioner,
and a shower system. The camper sits on a
heavy-duty galvanized chassis, comes with an independent suspension, with a double shock absorber,
and 10 inch hand brakes. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number three. – [Glen] Made in Japan, the
Mini Pop B is a truck top camper that is made to mount on a light truck and will expand to give you
comfort and room on the inside. This comes with bench-style
seating on the sides, with a table that fixes to
the center of the floor, and the seats can be folded
down to make one large bed. There is a bed over the top of
the vehicle for extra space, and there is an upper
tier that can be added to have sleeping space up top, while storing plenty
of supplies down below. This has a length of nine feet,
six inches, or 2.9 meters, a width of four feet, nine
inches, or 1.45 meters, a height of four feet, five
inches, or 1.35 meters, and has a sleeping
capacity of four people. The cost on these are
about $15,600 US dollars, and you can purchase extra
options for the inside. (funky music) The Forest– – [Announcer] Number two. – [Glen] Produced in 2015,
Great Wall Motors of China produced the Wingle, a complete camper van that is ready to be driven on a road trip right from the showroom floor. It is based on Great Wall’s
dual cab LWB pickup truck, with a fully-equipped interior. This has a length of 19 feet,
eight inches, or six meters, a width of six feet, six
inches, or two meters, a height of nine feet,
six inches, or 2.9 meters, and a weight of 5200
pounds, or 2,359 kilograms. Some of the features
included in this motor home are a luxury bathroom,
a 50 liter water tank, a 20 inch LCD TV, an
advanced sound system, a double bed and bunk bed, a folding sofa, detachable table, and a refrigerator. The Wingle comes with a
five-speed automatic transmission, and comes with either a two
liter turbo diesel engine or a Mitsubishi 2.4
liter gas-powered engine, with a top speed of 87 miles per hour or 100 kilometers per hour. You will have to contact the manufacturer for prices on this. (funky music) – [Announcer] Number one. – [Glen] Made in China by Beijing Man Site Special Vehicles Company, the Monster is the first off-road camper, based on a four by four truck chassis that’s produced locally. The chassis has air
suspension, Michelin tires that have a central tire inflation system, and a front brush bar. This also has four fog lights, and comes with protective paint. The 17 foot, seven inch
camper has a two seat cabin that is combined with a living compartment that has a kitchen, a sleeping
area, and a sitting area, while the outside has an awning and an automatic retractable ladder. The Monster comes with a six speed Allison automatic transmission, and a 6.7 liter Dongfeng
Cummins diesel engine that puts out 285 horsepower. (funky music) – Hey guys, this is Cassie. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. Tell us in the comments below what you found to be the
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  2. 1位の中国製キャンパーは他では無いティスト持ってますねー、かっこいいし走破性もありそうでちょっと踏み込んだ場所でキャンプを楽しめそう、日本のミニポップも3位と大健闘w

  3. Having had owned and driven ina China made RV, built on an Isuzu D-Max I can confirm that I would not buy a China made RV again. The truck base was good but the camper manufacturer’s attention to detail is horrible. Having a strong background in off-roading I was able to fix some of the RV’s many issues.

  4. Make sure you keep a lot of weight in the back. Otherwise the first time you really have to jam on the brakes the whole camper will do an endo lol.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2D6G1zkceA

  5. i want a all gaming cyber teck camper with a gothic single coffin bed for a 7 ft 6 handi capped tall person…n in purple camo on the out side built in ainty theif sensors or video recording camrs n auto matic levelin jacks n if some one trys to force there way in they get sprayed with mace the industrial kind…….

  6. I want a robotic spider legged camper tha walks everywhere. When in the natural forested areas, the spider would have extremely little impact on the environment, you can chose camping height, and you could camp just about anywhere that would normally be inaccessible for any wheeled vehicles.The Boston Dynamics Camper.

  7. We can't drive the mini trucks on the road so what good is the camper top? And the Monster should have a manual transmission. And, lastly, Cassie, call me.

  8. 7:16 Somebody is mighty poor at algebra.
    87 miles per hour does not correspond to 100 kilometers per hour, not even close.

    87mph = 140 kph

  9. My top picks:
    4- I liked the features
    Very comfortable for extended trips
    Self contained

    2- compact Class C
    Very comfortable for short trips

    1- off road
    Spare tires
    Ability to go to places that larger vehicles can't reach.

    It's time for me to get a business visa for China.
    Thank you for sharing the links with us.

  10. Dear Manufacturers, how about a solid color with no Captain Obvious stickers? That will save everyone money. Dear producers of this show, how about adding a price for each, just so us consumer’s will know the cost before we go shopping. Just sayin…

  11. 2 things ..first off I enjoy most all of ur videos keep up the great work…second off that blonde lady at the end of ur videos is kinda creeoy..she reminds me of some twisted government person that is just warped mentally ..she is cute of course bit looks ain t everything lol

  12. Just watched a video of the American equivalent and what stands out is the amazing difference in size……could have one of the Asian versions in a storage compartment of a US version lol

  13. I would forget the concept of little wheels…..they mean more rotation, more up and down piston movement, more wear tear and a lot of energy transfer on terrain.

  14. I love the outdoor and camping, unfortunately my means are very limited. Love watching these videos though

  15. 호주 local paper classified 광고 ,
    “ New arrival Korean girl , size 8 , gorgeous!” (Hand phone no.)
    베네수엘라는 넘멀고 , working Holliday. 참가국도언돼 못와요!

  16. These can best be described as "cute" next to the average US-sized models. If the steering wheels were left sided, some of these would sell here in the States.

  17. Gendang gendut bunyinya gendang hari ini kita berdendang ingin aku smpaikn salam kasih sayang sayang..yiba hiba yibedabedu…nyiat ngising mata kaji semar ngisinggggg..trampungggg ngisingggg semarrr tiiiiii lemmmm

  18. The problem is they're only available in Asia there's nothing small the United States at all cuz I've been researching it. And even if you had the money they wanted to import one of these you still have to change it in Meet the current Smog and DMV regulations such as in California. Which I've seen somebody import used minivans and campers there are smaller but he always mentioned some of them don't come up to standard for United States. So all that said not sure why you're showing this to a worldwide audience well I guess other countries besides United States may have the wrong small ones or the Asian audience watching this. This is why people United States resort to upgrading of an because all the motorhomes in many homes and everything else here don't even stand up to wear and tear if you want to be on the road a long time. They preach fuel economy here but yet they can't make any kind of recreational vehicle that small that uses less gas??

  19. im all for number one i love that one the most to bad i have no way of ever affording it….. But i can still dream every night..

  20. Амеры скоро яхыком будут удавливаться, пытаясь произнести букву "Р". И так язык уже на какую то булькающую хуйню похож.

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