How much does a new 13 foot Scamp cost?

How much does a new 13 foot Scamp cost?

A brand new Scamp costs around $15,590 for the fundamental 13′ model, $20,890 for 16′, and $23,090 for 19′.

Is Cikira RV still in business?

Assembly of Cikira RV ended in early 2011 after the company reportedly ran out of funds.

Does the scamp 13 have a toilet?

The water tank is under the other seat. The front of the trailer features a toilet and shower on one side, plus a closet and shelf on the other side of the front wall. Now you have all the conveniences of home while camping in the great outdoors!…Used 2016 Scamp Scamp 13 Foot 13 Foot Front Bathroom.

Sleeps 2
Furnace BTU 16000 btu
VIN 157R13102G1622138

Are scamps good trailers?

I would give the Scamp 16′ Travel Trailer a 4 out of 5 stars as it is lightweight and durable though not of the very highest construction quality. After all, they do try to keep it as light as possible.

Do scamps have showers?

The Scamp 16′ provides more counter and storage space than the 13′ ( see RoTi review here ), and the 16′ can be easily set up with two bathroom and shower options.

Do scamps have bathrooms?

Scamp 13′ Deluxe The Scamp Deluxe is the smallest trailer on our list, coming in at only 13′ long. But with a wet bath nestled inside the camper, you won’t have to worry about using a park’s community amenities when it comes to doing your business and getting clean.

How do you clean a Scamp toilet?

Clean the toilet bowl with a mild bathroom cleaner, such as SeaLand® Toilet Bowl Cleaner. Do not use chlorine or alcohol-based caustic chemicals such as drain opening types, as they will damage the seals.

Why are scamps so expensive?

What Affects the Price of a 13-Foot Scamp Trailer? The main reason why there’s such a big difference in price for a 13-foot Scamp trailer is that Scamp trailers are custom-made and built to order for each specific customer. With a wide variety of layouts and options to choose from, which can all affect the price.

Do Scamp trailers hold their value?

The small fiberglass trailers (Casita, Scamp, etc) often hold their value better because they tend to hold up better over time. You can generally save some money by purchasing a used one in good shape, although they are sometimes difficult to find. Trailers sold through dealers often have a lot of markup.