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WASHINGTON — Taxa is definitely appealing to a niche market,” said Hugh Green, sales rep with Sutton RV in Eugene, Ore.,“They are absolutely geared to an active group who love getting out there hiking, kayaking and mountain biking.”
Getting people safely into the backcountry is the job of Taxa’s rugged construction. It including aluminum composite panels and aluminum or steel structural skeletons. Built for venturing off paved roads, the trailer features all-terrain tires, a torsion axle suspension, and a 14-inch ground clearance.
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