CUB KAMPAROO BRUMBY - 2016
George and Shelly - NSW
George and Shelly researched the camper trailer market for few years before deciding that the CUB Kamparoo Brumby was everything they wanted in their off-road home away from home.
Names: George and Shelley
Age group: 35 - 44
About your Camper
Style: Camper trailer, rear fold, hard floor
Model: Kamparoo Brumby
Country manufactured: Australia
Optional extras fitted: No options selected (We provided our own wheels and tyres to match our Prado tow vehicle).
Price as purchased: $30,990
Bed size, mattress comfort: Double (2100x1350), pocket spring. We added a memory foam mattress topper for extra comfort.
Sleeps: number of people Couple, ample space on hard floor area to fit kids bunks or stretcher
Kitchen: Outdoor, slide out stainless steel
Cooker type: 2 burner LPG gas
Fridge: Fridge-slide only, supply own fridge
What do you like (kitchen): Plenty of storage and bench space, extra shelf if required and love the light
Anything you don't like (kitchen): Nothing
Water tank capacity: 80 litre
Camper set-up time (with awning): Have not used awning as yet
Camper set-up time (no awning): 5 minutes
Are camper storage areas adequate: Definitely
Deciding factors in choosing brand: Fully Australian made with Aussie products. Made for Australian conditions.
Describe your camping style: Set-up camp for a day or two, then move on to another location
How often do you use your camper: Only purchased recently but went away for two months
Axle weight when fully loaded: -
Towball weight when fully loaded: 150kg
Warranty period (if purchased new): 5 years
Have you had any warranty issues: Had electric brakes fixed, rocks broke the wires
After sales service rating: Above expectations
Would you buy this brand again: Yes
If upgrading in future, to what: Just upgraded from Black Wolf Turbo Tent, no plans to upgrade yet
About your tow vehicle
Model and year: Prado 2010
Wagon, ute: Wagon
Engine size: 3 litre turbo
Towing capacity: 2500 kg
We couldn't have been happier with the CUB. We left on a two month trip from Sydney to WA when the camper was just a week old. It performed great and was easy and economical to tow. Our only complaint is in relation to the electric brakes wiring, which requires more protection to stop flying stone damage.
We can highly recommend the CUB as a true off-road camper trailer.
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