Price Drop: 2021 BundutecUSA Roadrunner Truck Camper ($29,500)

We are selling our 2021 BundutecUSA Roadrunner after only using it for about four weeks in total. We had it custom built by the great people at BundutecUSA who met every specification we threw at them. The reason we are selling it is not because we don’t love it, because trust us, we do. We are selling it because we had plans to drive from our home in Sandpoint, Idaho to all over Canada during summers and ski seasons, but then COVID happened. We ended up focusing on creating a family and then came our son, Owen. We quickly realized how important it was for us to move back to Wisconsin where our support system lived, and also quickly realized we would need to part ways with our Roadrunner in the process.

Building this Roadrunner was truly a labor of love. The camper is basically a Northstar Laredo SC on steroids with loads of extra features. Click here for a full review that was published here on Truck Camper Adventure. We focused on comfort, storage and making sure it was off-grid capable. We made sure it was ready for anything we threw at it, especially for during the winter months. Here is a list of the main features that our 2021 BundutecUSA RoadRunner is equipped with:

  • Truma Combi Plus combination water heater and furnace (LP or 110v power)
  • Xantrex 3,000 watt Inverter with transfer relay
  • Coleman Mach 8 Roof Air Conditioner
  • REDARC DC-DC Alternator Charger
  • 340 watt Solar Package + Controller
  • Remote Electric Jacks
  • TV Mount with 12v Hook-up
  • Accordion bathroom door
  • Roof Mounted Rear Awning with Electric Motor
  • Large Dinette
  • Five additional 110v outlets inside unit
  • Two additional dual USB outlets
  • Removable shelves in rear wardrobe
  • Rear wardrobe lined with fiberglass and drain
  • Keyless Entry Door Lock
  • Fold-down bunk over dinette with storage doors
  • Magnetic Strip on fridge wall
  • Stereo with speakers
  • LP compartment for two bottles
  • Bench-style cassette wet-bath
  • Expion 360 battery monitor
  • Two Expion 360 120AH lithium batteries
  • WeBoost Drive Reach RV Cell Booster
  • StableCamper setup
  • Five-step Torklift Glow Scissor Step w/bracket
  • Froli Modular Sleep System
  • Large fridge/freezer combo
  • Three-burner stove
  • Increased ceiling height to 6 feet 8 inches
  • Storage above and on either side of queen bed
  • Furrion Backup Camera/Security System
  • Two Maxxair fans
  • External plug-in for portable solar panels
  • Dry weight of 2,492 pounds

We loved how the Roadrunner turned out. The wardrobe when you walk in was specially designed to be waterproof which was perfect for ski boots, wet clothes and even a deflated paddleboard. The fridge was perfect size, as was the freezer. We requested the dinette be larger than usual since we knew we would spend more time having meals there versus needing a larger wet-bath which is still a great size. The dinette also turns into a perfect bed when you remove the dinette table and insert the bed panel and cushion. The storage over the dinette folds down into a bunk and is also long enough to store skis, fishing poles, and other oddly shaped items.

We asked for the largest windows possible in all areas of the Roadrunner to let as much natural light in as possible, while still having the luxury of the three-way screen (bug screen, regular window, and blackout shade all in one). The queen-size bed featuring the Froli Sleep System is very comfortable, and with the two half wardrobe closets, storage compartments on either side, and overhead storage, we never ran out of room. The escape hatch above the bed served as a stargazing area for us, and an easy way to go sit on the roof when we wanted without having to climb the outside ladder.

Beyond comfort and storage, we wanted our RoadRunner to be off-grid capable. This is why we added the DC-DC charger through REDARC. This was the best add-on for us because it kept our lithium batteries topped-off whenever we were driving thanks to the dedicated wiring to our truck’s alternator. In addition, the solar panels worked flawlessly and we were even equipped with an external solar plug-in for our portable solar panel.

There is no updating or modifications needed for our RoadRunner. It is truly in perfect shape and is ready for new owners who can show it the adventure it was built for. Our RoadRunner is currently located at the BundutecUSA Headquarters in Raymond, Iowa. Jenn Crooks is more than happy to accommodate any virtual or in-person tours and answer any questions anyone has about it. We are asking $29,500. Contact Jenn to schedule a showing or to obtain more information/photos at (641) 494-6323 or email her at jenn@bundutecusa.com.

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About Mello Mike 899 Articles
Mello Mike is an Arizona native, author, and the founder of Truck Camper Adventure. He's been RV'ing since 2002, is a certified RVIA Level 1 RV Technician, and has restored several Airstream travel trailers. A communications expert and licensed ham radio operator (KK7TCA), he retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004 as a CWO3 after 24 years, holds a BS degree, and now runs Truck Camper Adventure full-time. He also does some RV consulting, repairs, and inspections on the side. He currently rolls in a 4WD Ram 3500 outfitted with a SherpTek truck bed with a Bundutec Roadrunner mounted on top.

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