Venture’s Sonic ultra-lite travel trailer SN220VRB: specifications, features and pros and cons….
Our selection of the model Sonic SN220VRB out of series of Sonic and Sonic-Lite travel trailers was determined by several of its characteristics. These include ample living space, well-thought design, much sought and widely appreciated features promising comfortable RV-ing (like for example an exterior slide-out kitchen), as well as enclosed underbelly and tandem axle (for easy towing and maneuverability).
Venture's Sonic: Model SN220VRB
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Exterior height (w/AC)
Dry weight (UVW)
Dry hitch weight
Fresh water tank
Grey water tank
Black water tank
2 x 20 lbs
4 (2 +2 kids)
All Sonic models share seamless roof ("bumper-to-tongue" design)
Tandem axles (here wheels with optional polished aluminum rims)
Kitchen's stainless-steel sink
Both- sink and cook-top have flush leads
Dinette in slide-out unit
Fragment of the bathroom: on the left the large linen cabinet
Power tongue jack and LPG container
Manual, angled Scissor Jacks
Interior storage under both benches
Quick LPG Connect
Summarizing: Venture’s Sonic travel trailers are certainly leading examples of lightweight RVs. Given their construction characteristics, technical parameters (weight and length) as well as features, they stand high among other this category models of RVs.
Obviously, “Lightweight” design has its limitations. Some goals can be achieved thanks to lighter, modern construction materials, their higher strength (so smaller profiles) etc. But some you have to trade-off, and these are usually features as each one may make the RV more residential-like, but the price you pay for it is the increased RV’s weight. That’s why several manufacturers offer many features as options, so it is up to customers to decide (trade-off) level of comfort with weight. And the weight directly translates into towing capabilities of your vehicles and by that – potentially forcing you to buy the new, more powerful vehicle that otherwise you may not need at all.
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