Kenyans Divided Over Ksh 2.5M Modified Trailer
How much would you pay to acquire a modified trailer designed for a first-rate camping experience?
The conversation elicited debate on Saturday, February 11, after photos were shared of the Kaya AT-1 hailed for encompassing all the features needed to thrive off the grid.
In particular, the discussion surrounded the cost of the trailer where those seeking to purchase the trailer would have to part with Ksh2.5 million.
The majority of Kenyans online opined that they would prefer to hire the vehicle during their outdoor camping trips as opposed to buying it one-off.
An image of the interior of the Kaya AT-1 trailer.
“I like it, even though I can’t afford one. It would make sense to hire once in a while,” a Twitter user stated.
“This is not a bad idea if the unit can be rented out,” Elisha Oyoo commented.
Others, however, noted that the price equaled the amenities and experience offered by the trailer.
“Just splendid. This is the beginning of great things yet to come. More adventure for the African off-loaders and venturing into van life. Keep at it,” a user identified as Pace also stated.
“It looks like something out of the beginning scenes of Madagascar. I love it,” Lucky Griffin noted.
Built to go anywhere, AT-1 is ideal for all sorts of adventures either those who are tackling river crossings or cruising on a cross-country road trip with the family.
The off-road terrain vehicle consists of R16 Off-road terrain tires, high clearance durable single axle, steel plated underbody, hydraulic brake system and high-performance shocks. These features provide the visitors with ground clearance to enable them to course through the most rugged terrain.
Aside from power, the interior of the trailer denotes a roof hatch, queen-size bed, ample storage room and Elektra control panel.
The kitchen area is fitted with a Ksh80,000 fridge, 300-watt solar panel, hot water Geiser, Ksh150,000 roof track and Ksh30,000 oven.
The interior outlook of the Kaya AT-1 trailer.