Are you in the market for an Airstream travel trailer? Choosing Airstream is an easy choice, as they are light for easy towing and built to last. Now the only decision left to make is which model to buy from your Airstream dealer. The basic differences between Airstream models are length, weight, and interior space. To determine which model is best for you, ask yourself the following questions:
Where are you planning to travel? Where you plan to take your Airstream makes a big difference in what model you should get. Some models are better for off-road travel, some are better for hauling long distances, others are great for quick weekend getaways.
How much weight can your vehicle tow? Some Airstreams are lighter, others are heavier. In general, Airstreams are lighter than most other travel trailer brands, but it is still important to consider the towing capacity of your vehicle before choosing a model.
How much living/sleeping space do you need? Determine how many beds you need and how much time you will be spending in the trailer to help you decide what size trailer will suit you.
How much storage space do you need? An often overlooked factor, storage space matters. Each person will have luggage and you will need other camping supplies. Be sure you choose a model with enough storage space to meet your needs.
Do you want a new or used model? Whether you plan to buy new or used will have a bearing on what models are available to you.
Choosing a Model from your Airstream Dealer
The Flying Cloud is a popular mid-size model that sleeps up to four and is light to tow. If you are looking for the lightest and smallest option, the Sport is a great choice. For more interior space, consider the Classic. The Signature model offers queen bed sleeping space. Different features are available on each model so that you can choose one that offers everything you need.
Browse the online inventory of Airstream travel trailers available at Out of Doors Mart or call (866) 636-2267 or (336) 993-4518 to speak with a sales representative. But the best way to determine which Airstream model is right for you is to visit your Airstream Dealer and see them in person.