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From Rails to Trails

When I received the call from my publisher telling me to prepare for an incoming Lance trailer, I thought there was a mistake. A Lance camper, certainly, but a trailer? For more than 40 years, Lancaster, California-based Lance has manufactured its popular line of slide-in campers. Innovative styling, top-quality construction and spacious floorplans have always been mainstays from Lance, but we haven’t seen a new Lance that features wheels and an A-frame for years. Until now.


The Lance 1880 trailer weighs in at a svelte 3,800 pounds wet, which makes it towable by a wide range of pickups and SUVs, including Honda’s redesigned Pilot 4WD Touring Edition SUV.


After the once-unlikely combo was hitched up and ready to go, we set off to put the vehicles through the paces.


On the road, the Lance tracked like a dream. Lane changes, quick stops and low-speed campsite maneuvering were all non-eventful, which is a testament to the Lance and the Pilot. We did receive some curious glances from RVers who, at the last minute, realized they were passing a Lance trailer. We even got a thumbs up from a man with a Lance camper lashed to his pickup.


Read more of this review by Kristopher Bunker.


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