Just because motorhomes come in “fun-sized” models doesn’t mean they lack in features. Meet the Phoenix Cruiser TRX 1781, a B+ motorhome built on an extended-length Ford Transit chassis with a 178” wheelbase. Unlike its previous TRX counterparts, the 1781 boasts a different type of floorplan than your typical B+ layout, starting with more space.
The TRX 1781 has the sofa set back further toward the exterior, offering more living and moving space behind the driver’s seat. More room to kick back after a long day of driving, or when it’s time to spread out and watch a movie on the built-in 32” smart TV. Or if you prefer to curl up and read, not only do you get a spacious sitting space, you can utilize the handy adjustable reading lights above the sofa as well for maximum coziness.
Strolling toward the rear of the coach, you’ll find the kitchen, complete with a stainless-steel kitchen sink, a convection microwave oven and a 3-way refer with a large pantry. Stock up on your favorite goodies because you’ve got the space for them! (Your personal wardrobe is just as spacious—no more fighting over space for clothes if you’re on the road with that special someone.)
Turning back to face the front, take in all the natural light from the many windows strategically positioned around the interior to maximize your view of the outdoors.
Moving outside, the TRX 1781 has even more storage compared to the original TRX. Also standard is a 3,000 lb tow hitch, and an integrated front bumper and grill. And the icing on the cake: you can pick either a beautiful tan mocha or a cool metallic steel for the exterior paint job.