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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The bulk of vehicles on display at the inaugural RVX show that wrapped up on Thursday were the type of huge, stretched Type A motorhomes and fifth-wheel trailers that notoriously dominate American hookup campsites and RV dealerships. But innovative small RVs like the SylvanSport Vast also filled out some of the show floor.
Another impressive trailer in the under-23-foot (7-m) range was the Trail Wagon from Chinook. More than just tow-vehicle-matched wheels, this entire trailer matches the Mercedes Sprinter camper van it rides behind. It also features a versatile toy hauler/camping trailer layout controlled via smartphone app and enough space to carry a side-by-side or Smart car.
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