You probably recognize Airstream for its retro-styled travel trailers. Those aerodynamic aluminum exteriors with visible rivets are iconic features of their flagship products. What many don’t realize is that the company also offers a range of touring coaches. While the Atlas and Interstate models are based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, its new Rangeline calls on a RAM ProMaster.

This is the first RV from Airstream to use a van from RAM, which adds a fresh face to its lineup. Unless you get a tour of the interior, the Rangeline looks much like every other ProMaster out there. However, the badges and other embellishments tell it differently. At 21 feet long, there’s plenty of space inside to work with.

For now, there’s only one floor plan option and the layout shows it can seat up to four and sleep up to two. Spend a little extra for the pop-top so you can accommodate an additional two when the sun goes down. The main entry into the camper is a sliding door.

To help with ventilation, leave it open and use the sliding screen door to keep the bugs out. A patio light illuminates this portal, while a grab handle and running board make it easier to climb up and step out of the Rangeline. Deploy the awning mounted on the roofline, put down some chairs, and enjoy the fresh air.

The interior layout shows a slide-out table with swiveling front seats. A kitchen counter with a sink is there for meal preparation. There’s also a space-saving bathroom and storage cubbies toward the rear that doubles as support for the floating bed. Airstream’s Rangeline is a great motorhome for your off-grid escapades. 

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