Bruder, known for its rugged and luxurious off-road camper trailers, continues to push boundaries with its latest offerings. In late 2021, the company introduced the flagship EXP-8 model, and now it has unveiled the all-new EXP-7, positioned between the EXP-8 and the original EXP-6.
The EXP-7 stands out with its larger size and increased sleeping capacity compared to the EXP-8. However, its real appeal lies in its ability to combine the best features of both the EXP-8 and EXP-6, creating a versatile indoor/outdoor base camp that can go anywhere, anytime. It is shaping up to be one of Bruder’s most well-rounded and attractive trailers to date.
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Measuring 23 feet (7 meters) in length, the EXP-7 surpasses the EXP-8 by half a foot (15 cm) and the EXP-6 by a full foot (30 cm). While the EXP-8 shines as the flagship due to its size, it also boasts Bruder’s advanced four-season performance package, designed to tackle extreme climates from the hottest deserts to polar regions. It has been tested at altitudes above 10,000 feet (3,048 m) and engineered to withstand temperatures ranging from -22 °F (-30 °C) to 140 °F (60 °C).
In contrast, the all-new EXP-7 is designed for more typical climatic conditions, similar to previous Bruder trailers. While it can handle some extreme weather, it is not as purpose-built for extreme conditions as the EXP-8. Nonetheless, it offers a high level of capability and comfort for adventurers seeking a reliable companion on their outdoor journeys.