Toyota Sienna motorhome sleeps two for $8.5,000

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Class B Motorhomes are a popular sector of RV marketwith New conversions and options that appear weekly. But one of the most interesting developments of the past two years has been the proliferation of small motorhomes. Do you like motorhomes and caravans? Come join our community group.

Agile, affordable and capable of camping under the radar, small motorhomes offer a lot for one or two people on a budget. The latest release to cross our office is based in Colorado Oasis Motorhomes.

Unlike other small RV companies that use Nissan or Mercedes vans, Oasis Campervans converts Toyota Sienna minivans into mobile mobile homes. This is particularly noteworthy because although there are rumors that Mercedes plans to release an AWD Metris in the future, the Toyota Sienna is currently one of the few minivans offered in AWD.

Although each van will vary based on customer needs, Oasis Campervan conversions include a main living area with pull-out drawers, finished flooring and a moveable work table. One of the most innovative parts of the design is a foldable chair that converts into part of the bed with a useful backrest, and in the sleeping position, the full-size mattress comfortably accommodates one or two people.

One of our favorite features of the van is the work area with chair and table.

The cabinets are finished with a hardwood frame and can be made from a variety of materials, including marine plywood. Storage under the bed provides space for clothes and supplies, and blackout curtains provide privacy at night.

Similar to a teardrop trailer, the rear area of ​​the van accesses a small kitchen with sink, running water, drawers and shelves, and a large worktop. Preparing dinner is made easy with a fold-out kitchen table, and in some van configurations the kitchen can also accommodate a pull-out drawer that fits a cooler or fridge. Another advantage of Oasis motorhomes is that all constructions are meant to be fully removable, so if you want to remove the components of your motorhome and add the seats back, you can.

Compared to most important conversions– although for larger vans— which may collide with hundreds of thousands of dollars, Oasis motorhomes are quite affordable. Every van transformation costs $8,500 (excluding the cost of the van), with customizations or alterations varying according to the price. Best of all, a build in the Oasis Campervan Colorado location takes just two to four weeks, with overall lead times under six weeks.

While an Oasis motorhome will not suitable for a large family and could be tight for live full time, it offers an affordable option for anyone looking for a converted small van. With smart design features, an under-the-radar profile and clean finishes, this could be a top-notch weekend getaway.

The interior of an Oasis motorhome.  The seats are extended into a bed.

The sleeping area converts to a full bed, with a convenient backrest for support.
Photos by RamenViews, courtesy of Oasis Campervans

Storage spaces keep things neat and organized.

The back of a motorhome.  The door is open revealing a shelf with a sink.  Under the shelf are storage drawers.

The aft area offers a sink, cooking area and pull-out table.

Side access to more storage.

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