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A sharp looking exterior and an elegant interior. This class B camper van offers some unique upgrades and comes in at under $100k.
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The IROK is the only class B built by Fleetwood and it's on the RAM Promaster 3500 chassis. That means it's just an inch shorter than 21 feet coming in at 20' 11". That's still a manageable size and you shouldn't have much of a problem driving it around like a normal van and fitting in standard parking spaces. It's designed for 2 people but there are an additional 3 seatbelts in the back: none of which are 3-pt seatbelts. The IROK competes with a whole host of other class B vans built on the Ram Promaster chassis including: Roadtrek's Zion and Simplicity models, Pleasureway's Lexor, Winnebago's Travato lineup and Hymer's Aktiv line.
As far an engine specs: the Promaster is powered by a 3.6L V6 Pentastar gan engine with a 6 speed transmission that delivers 238hp and 260 ft. lbs. of torque. This is not a 4 season coach which means that its water lines and tanks are exposed to the elements and you will need to winterize it to avoid any cracked pipes.
On the inside you get two layout options: a rear sofa bed/lounge or a rear twin bed configuration. In both configurations your galley is along the driver's side and your bathroom midsection along the passenger's side. The galley has everything you need including a compressor refrigerator, convection microwave, a standard induction cooktop and a sink. The bathroom is a 3 piece wetbath which means the shower, toilet and sink share the same space. A pedestal table can be setup in the back and the table top does have 4 integrated cup holders. And in the sofa/bed configuration the sofa electrically reclines to convert your lounge into a bedroom. Up front the two cab seats swivel around but there is no pedestal table. You have 2 interior wood décor options, both dar: walnut burl and black burl.
Fleetwood is trying to appeal to a younger market with the exterior detailing on the IROK. Breaking from the trend of minimizing exterior graphics the IROK features some graphics and stylized IROK branding. They've also upgrade the standard Promaster wheels to give the coach a different feel. The granite crystal metallic exterior paint coupled with the black wheels and tinted wheels definitely has a stealthy look.
The IROK comes standard with some nice upgrades like: multiplex wiring, a black tank flush system and holding tank heating pads. Additionally, Fleetwood offers both a 300ah (3600wh) and 600ah (7200wh) lithium battery and electrical system upgrade by Xantrex.
The IROK comes with a 3 year 36,000 mile coach warranty. And far as price the MSRP for the base model IROK is $114k but as of the date of this video I've seen dealer advertised prices for a base model with optional rear and side screen doors going for $98k.
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