2019 Palomino Real-Lite Mini RL-180

New Travel Trailer in Wills Point, Texas 75169

$15,048.00

Palomino Real-Lite Mini travel trailer RL-180 highlights:



  • Rear Bath

  • Queen Bed

  • Two Burner Cooktop

  • Overhead Storage


 


You will find it easy to create lifetime memories in this Real-Lite Mini travel trailer because of all of the comfortable amenities it includes at an affordable price. The kitchen is fully stocked with a two-burner cooktop and microwave oven for those evenings you want to cook or just pop some popcorn for a snack. You'll love the rear bathroom that is secluded for added privacy. This unit features a queen bed at the front of the trailer, plus a 30" x 70" dinette that can fold down to hold an extra guest. Let the adventure begin with this travel trailer today!


 


You could not ask for a better quality in a travel trailer that what you receive with the Palomino Real-Lite Mini. With its maple hand glazed cabinets, pillowtop memory foam mattress, ball bearing drawer guides, and interior LED lighting, the Real-Lite Mini gives you functional elegance throughout each aspect of its construction. And the lightweight construction is what gives it better fuel efficiency that many others. You'll also enjoy a power awning with an LED light to enjoy your time outdoors, and a AM/FM Bluetooth stereo, plus many more amenities to make you feel at home.

  • Rear Bath

Seller Info


ExploreUSA RV Supercenter - CANTON, TX

22719 IH-20

Wills Point, Texas 75169

877-496-7449 Request More Info

Unit Specs

  • Stock #W2428
  • Year2019
  • ManufacturerPalomino RV
  • Make Palomino
  • Model Real-Lite Mini
  • FloorplanRL-180
  • Type Travel Trailer
  • ConditionNew
  • Length22' 0"
  • VIN110244
  • Price$22,559.00
  • Sale Price$15,048.00 Make Offer
  • Sleeps3
  • Water Capacity (Fresh)19
  • Water Capacity (Black)30
  • Water Capacity (Grey)30
  • GVWR4,423 lbs
  • Tow/Hitch Weight423

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