Better Than New. 2020 Globetrotter 30RB. Boondocking-ready with built-in solar and lithium batteries. And much, much more.
We are selling our Globetrotter. We purchased it new from Airstream of Scottsdale in June 2020. It has been lightly used by non-smokers and is in perfect condition. The factory warranty is good until June 2023. This is a 30RB model (31 feet long, queen bed in the rear), with optional convection/microwave oven. The color scheme is Copenhagen Creme.
Also included from the dealer are more than $9,000 of important upgrades: Blue Ox weight-distributing hitch, Cilajet interior and exterior protection, Tyron tire safety bands, and Portfolio Protection extended warranty.
Precision RV has importantly added ten Renogy panels, six Battleborn Lithium batteries, Victron inverter, and MicroAir soft-starts for the two air conditioners. This upgrade provides 1,000 watts of solar power and 600 amp-hours of energy storage.
The rig has been stored in a covered space at Arizona Self Storage at Litchfield Park and is available at that location for viewing. Here is a complete list of upgrades, all the reasons I say this rig is “better than new.”
— Ten (10) Renogy 100-watt solar panels, a total of 1,000 watts
— Six (6) Battleborn 100 amp-hour lithium batteries, a total of 600 amp-hours of storage
— Victron Cerbo GX controller
— Victron MultiPlus 12/3000/120-50 120V inverter
— Victron SmartShunt 500A battery monitor
— Victron SmartSolar Charger MPPT 150/70 charging controller
— Victron GX Touch touch screen control
— 50 amp automatic transfer switch allowing air conditioners to run off batteries
— Blue Ox SwayPro weight distributing hitch
— Tyron Safety Bands on all tires, to prevent damage from tire blowouts or loss of pressure
— Cilajet paint and fabric protection, eliminating need to wax or polish exterior and to protect interior surfaces (five-year remaining warranty)
— Portfolio Protection extended warranty, good until June 2025
— Micro-Air EasyTouch RV Thermostat (control heating and cooling from your iPhone, locally and remotely)
— Mopeka propane tank monitors (monitor propane levels from your iPhone, locally and remotely)
— TireMinder Smart TPMS (monitor trailer tire pressure from your iPhone)
— WeBoost Drive Reach RV cell signal booster
Clear title, no lien. Priced at less than our cost. A new Globetrotter 30RB with these upgrades would cost over $170,000–if you could find one. Did I say better than new? 🙂
If you are interested, I will also be selling our 2020 Ford F-150 Platinum tow vehicle, as soon as the Globetrotter is sold. This beast easily towed the Airstream.
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