Lance Launches Improved Website for 2022 Model Campers

2022 Lance 960 on a Ford F-550 Lariat by Elevation Off-Grid

Lance Camper just launched a revised consumer website featuring the 2022 model year ultra-light travel trailer and truck camper product lines.

“The new website reflects the many improvements and refinements the product development team has implemented with the 2022 models,” says Bob Rogers, Lance Director of Marketing. “Most significant among these, are the over 20 previously optional features which are now standard equipment.”

The updated website includes the three all-new decors—Bronzite (beige), Lapis (blue), Grayson (grey), along with 11 travel trailer floorplans and nine truck camper floorplans, including the best-selling Lance 650 half-ton truck camper.

With each new refresh, the Lance consumer website receives additional functionality and enhancements, all designed to make shopping for, selecting a new Lance Camper, and finding the nearest dealer as easy and with as few “clicks” as possible.

The 20 new standard features include Euro windows, a redesigned exterior “Mountain Scene” graphics, Lance’s all-weather package (less 650 model), swing out assist handle, electric jacks, a microwave oven, LED side patio lights, a three-burner HO range with oven, docking lights, a battery separator, a 12 volt USB outlet in the dinette, an exterior propane connection, a power 10 foot/12 foot side awning, a larger battery compartment for two group-27 batteries, a removable clothes rod, an LED TV, a Fantastic Fan, an entry door pull shade, day/night shades, keyless entry, and a sink cover.

All 2022 models also come standard with a new “Driftwood” overhead door design with matte black hardware, a new solid surface galley countertop, exterior black accents, diamond stitched cushions, and a Coleman 11M air conditioner.

Lapis interior in a Lance 850
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