Aussie Hornet Trailer

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Maverick Hornet on its way to Outback adventure
Maverick Hornet on its way to Outback adventure
Maverick Campers

The new Maverick Hornet is one of the cutest compact camper trailers you’ll ever see off the beaten path. But don’t let its small size and cube-like dimensions fool you – it’s still a no-nonsense, galvanized-steel backcountry warrior with the most vacant, inhospitable stretches of Australian Outback in its crosshairs. The tiny body that barely overhangs the tire below slides, folds and swings into a comfy base camp complete with trailer-top tent, wraparound awning and outdoor kitchen.

If there are three things we’ve noticed about Australian off-road camper trailers, it’s that they’re insanely well-built, beautifully equipped and incredibly expensive. You can buy a luxury SUV for what a Patriot X3 will cost you. The Maverick Hornet appears as extremely well-built as other Aussie off-road trailers, but it slides in at a much lower price point by relying on a leaner standard equipment package, allowing buyers to build it up with options or equip it themselves over time.

Maverick shows the new Hornet trailer on the trade fair circuit

Maverick shows the new Hornet trailer on the trade fair circuit
Maverick Campers

The 12.5-foot (3.8-m) Hornet makes the journey to camp on a combination of galvanized steel chassis, independent quad-shock trailing-arm suspension, and Goodride radial mud-terrain 265/75 R16 tires on 16-in steel wheels. The trailer body wears aluminum-composite panels on a reinforced alu-tube frame.

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