Update on the Lance 1475

Back in January, I introduced you to the Lance Camper 1475 travel trailer. It was introduced this past December at the RVIA trade show in Louisville, Kentucky.  The 1475 is a non-slide, single axle 2500 lbs trailer ideal for 1 or 2 people, and is built at the Lance manufacturing facility in Lancaster, California. The 1475 brings the Lance travel trailer lineup to nine, ranging in lengths from 14′ to 22′. Unique to the 1475 when compared to trailers similar in size and amenities is the absence of a traditional RV dinette.


“Downsizing, simplification, micro-homes, it’s all the rage these days,” states Bob Rogers, Lance’s Director of Marketing. “The genesis for this model came directly from our customers and is a result of what they wanted to see in a sub 15′ floor plan. The 1475 is ultra-light weight with 100% Lance DNA and yes, it doesn’t have a fixed dinette. Customers tell us they like to eat outside or while sitting in their lounge chairs and would rather have two comfortable chairs and a nice size dry bath, so that’s what we designed!”

lance-1475 layoutIn a recent press release from Lance, the 1475 comes standard with laminated fiberglass/aluminum frame/block foam insulated construction, Azdel interior panel walls, bluetooth app enabled audio system, LED lighting, class leading pass through storage, radius full torque frameless dual pane tinted windows, aluminum wheels, exterior propane BBQ connection, exterior wash station, ducted heat as well as popular options including keyless entry, electric lateral arm awning with motion sensor, solar panel, LED TV, microwave & A.C. The 1475 is designed to be an adventure machine that is easily towed behind almost any midsize tow vehicle with a minimum of 3,500lb. GVWR.lance3

The Lance 1475 is now arriving at dealer lots just in time to start the 2016 camping season, with a base MSRP of $23,888. For more information on the 1475, visit the Lance website at http://www.lancecamper.com/travel-trailers/1475/.


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6 Responses to Update on the Lance 1475

  1. Dean


    Darn good looking trailer and functional. Love the comfy chairs ipo of the dinette.

    Very nice!


  2. Crystal

    While I know you can’t have everything in a small trailer, but I hate that fact that most in this length, absent Airstream, has the bathroom in the back so that you lose your view. I camp mainly in COEs, with the back of the trailer to the lake. I’d hate to give that up. I am also unhappy that Lance is giving up the euro windows that I am so fond of in my T@B. That was a big draw to me. The 1575 still remains my favorite Lance model, but newer models have a smaller back window. Boo.

  3. Carol Dodson

    Great design. Love the side dinette. Perfect layout for a couple.

  4. Sorry I bought this camper. It has very little room to relax. Bed should be the kind that folds into a couch. Very low to the ground and it bottoms out too easily. No bumper-really. Tracts all over the place at 65

  5. Don

    I really like the chairs instead of dinette. The thing that worries me is the lack of storage. I’m a guy, I don’t even pack much clothes, but I look at this and wonder where the heck would you put your clothes? I guess you could keep suitcases in the SUV/Pickup Truck, but it seems inconvenient. Just not a lot of room for adventure gear. Otherwise, I like the idea in theory.

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