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Roadtrek Debuts New 2021 Class B RVs

Published on October 2nd, 2020 by Nikki Cleveland
This post was updated on April 23rd, 2021

A new Class B RV made by Roadtrek parked at campsite.

Roadtrek Debuts New 2021 Class B RVs

Roadtrek recently introduced three new models to their lineup of Class B RVs. The Roadtrek Play, Roadtrek Chase, and the Zion Slumber join their fleet of adventure vans alongside the brand’s existing Class B RVs such as the Zion and the SS Agile.

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“We are thrilled with the response we received from our new product launch, our order bank is bursting, and dealers are eager to get new Roadtrek models on their lots. With the RV industry at an all-time high and new RVers eager to enjoy the lifestyle, we are well-positioned for a great 2021 season.”

Dane Found, CEO of Roadtrek Inc., said in a recent press release

The 2021 Play

Roadtrek designed the new 2021 Play as a simple entry-level coach with all the comforts of home. It has an open layout with twin beds that can easily convert into one plush king bed. You can also opt to include an additional folding bed for front-cab sleeping.

The 2021 Play is built on a 3500 Ram Promaster chassis and sleeps up to three people comfortably. Don’t let its small size fool you—the 20-foot-long motorhome hides a ton of storage space throughout. It even features an enclosed bathroom with a marine toilet, shower, and a sink.

Roadtrek RV fully opened with awning extended at camp.
The 2021 Play is one of Roadtrek’s latest Class B RVs. All photos via website

The 2021 Play comes standard with a retractable power awning, an 11,000 BTU air conditioner, 16,000 BTU furnace, and an instant hot water system. It comes solar-ready, along with a 400 AGM battery system and a 3,000-watt power inverter, for those who want to go off-the-grid.

The galley includes a 12V 5.0 cu.ft. refrigerator, a two-burner propane stove, microwave, and a flip-up counter extension with a charging station. A slide-out pantry and large pot drawer provide ample room to store cookware.

Small but efficient Class B RV kitchen.

Roadtrek has also added a heavy-duty bug screen to almost all of their new 2021 motorhomes, including the new Play. The magnetic screen can be mounted on the rear and passenger sliding door to help keep bugs out.

The Play is their most affordable new model, with an MSRP starting at $104,986. You can learn more about this model on their website and in Roadtrek’s video below.

2021 Chase

Next up is their new 2021 Chase model. Roadtrek has taken many of the popular elements from previous models and combined them into the ultimate Class B RV for solo RVers or traveling couples.

Class B RV at camp with awning and chairs.

The 2021 Chase is likewise built on a Ram Promaster chassis with twin beds that can be converted into a king bed in the evening. The comfortable bed features a Froli® sleep system with adjustable headrests as well as large underbed storage.

Roadtrek interior view shows twin beds.

The new Chase model houses a small bathroom, galley, and abundance of storage space. It comes standard with a two-burner propane stove or an optional flush-mounted induction cooktop.

Roadtrek has also equipped the 2021 Chase with their new Firefly coach control system. This system makes it easy to monitor water usage, propane, battery charge levels, battery disconnect, and the generator hour meter. While the Play model only comes pre-wired for TV, the 2021 Chase comes standard with a 24″ Smart TV mounted on a rotating bracket.

The 2021 Chase is priced a bit higher than the Play, with an MSRP starting at $142,660. More information can be found on their website and in Roadtrek’s video below.

Roadtrek Zion Slumber

Roadtrek’s new Zion Slumber offers more space and features than their iconic Zion model. As the name suggests, there is a lot more room for slumber; the 2021 Zion Slumber sleeps up to five people comfortably, thanks to the pop-top roof that converts into an extra sleeping space.

Roadtrek RV with roof pop-up fully extended.

The interior comes with a side or forward-facing sofa that can be converted into a king or twin beds. There is also the option to include a folding mattress for front cab sleeping.

During the day, the open layout and center aisle provide enough room to haul bikes and other gear. The interior also includes a fully enclosed bathroom and a galley with a fridge, stove, microwave, and other kitchen essentials.

Roadtrek RV's Comfortable interior with dinner setting.

The 2021 Zion Slumber is their most expensive new model, with an MSRP starting at $153,986 USD. You can learn more on their website here and in the video below.

Join the discussion on Class B RV Forums

If you’re a fan of Class B RVs, join the discussions over on Class B Forums. This online community discusses everything from tips and mods to news and van reviews.

You may also like these Best Class B RVs for Winter Traveling.

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2 thoughts on “Roadtrek Debuts New 2021 Class B RVs”

  1. I think that these could easily be marketed to those who are concerned about emergency evacuation – fire, floods etc.
    Just get in, and you have a toilet for those four hour waits while traffic piles up – you can finish sleeping… and you don’t have to pay for a hotel room – with thin walls. You could even just pull into a side of the road parking lot.
    Pack it up with food that “lasts forever”. (google that) and have a picnic cooler ready to load when the evac season comes around.
    I just get a lot of ideas that I don’t see you using, so I thought that I could suggest some. 🙂
    Almost 70,I will get a RoadTrek before I die. hahahaha

  2. Starting to look at Class B camping vans. Want a vehicle that we can keep dog in if we can’t take on hike trail in National Parks. Which makes/models have good batteries with maybe auto generator to keep air conditioner, fridge/freezer running so doesn’t get too hot inside? Looking for outside shower too. Thank you,


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