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OGT Wins Editor’s Choice by Overland Journal

EDITOR’S CHOICE, SCOTT BRADY

Review Highlights 

1. The Off Grid is a larger trailer, but the massive tires and generous ground clearance create a balanced look. 2. There are top-shelf Dometic kitchen components throughout. 3. Everything is easy to set up and put into service. 4. The sleeping area was one of the most comfortable in the test. 5. A propane shower is a nice touch and is easy to access. 6. Despite the slightly larger size, the Off Grid was flawless on the trail. 

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Best small trailer of show by New Atlas

OGT wins best small trailer at the 2018 Sand-Water-RV Expo

Canada’s Off Grid Trailers (OGT) offers its own take on compact, ultra-rugged off-road camping trailers, ripping any and all wood construction right out and replacing it with stronger, more reliable metal. That means a steel main frame with aluminum side panels and roof sheeting. The Expedition pictured is OGT’s military-inspired off-road trailer, and though it’s the company’s burliest build, it’s also lighter than its others at 1,750 lb (794 kg). The sharp-angled, 13.8-foot (4.2-m) squaredrop rides on a lifted 3,500-lb Timbren suspension and 32-in Toyo Open Country AT II tires that give it close to 24 in (610 mm) of ground clearance. It also comes standard with a queen mattress, dual deep-cycle batteries, a fold-out kitchen with sink and dual-burner stove, a 60-L fridge/freezer, and an exterior-mount on-demand hot water heater with shower attachment. Base price lists in at US$23,900.

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