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War Horse All-Terrain Luxury Camper Van Starts at $250,000

war horse all terrain converted camper van
War Horse All Terrain Camper Van Starts at $250KWar Horse All Terrain
  • There's a new ultra-premium camper van outfitter in town known as War Horse All Terrain.

  • War Horse's vans are built using the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van and ride on a set of 35-inch Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.

  • According to War Horse, the bespoke builds take just 90 days from start to finish, though be prepared to spend because pricing starts at $250,000.

While the camper-van boom that began around the COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed, that hasn't stopped new competitors from throwing their hats into the ring. Enter War Horse All Terrain, a new ultra-premium camper van outfitter out of Florida.

war horse all terrain converted camper van
War Horse All Terrain

As with many other upfitters, War Horse's builds use the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van as a base. According to War Horse, the vans are equipped with the base 170-hp turbo-diesel inline four-cylinder engine and nine-speed automatic transmission. The vans feature the optional 4Matic all-wheel-drive system and can be built on either the standard 144-inch wheelbase or the optional longer 170-inch-wheelbase Sprinter. An aftermarket suspension kit and a two-inch lift from Agile Offroad handle the damping, while the van rides on 35-inch Nitto Ridge Grappler all-terrain tires.

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The upfitted versions are equipped with a beefier air-conditioning unit, water heater, clothes dryer, heated floor, and storage for fresh and gray/black water. They also come with a kitchenette and a bathroom with a toilet and shower.

After choosing your wheelbase, the build section of the War Horse website allows potential customers to choose from options like wheel size or wrap color, and interior customizations like your stone of choice for the kitchen and bathroom, and wood for the flooring and cabinets.

According to the website, each van sleeps four people, but we'd push back on that claim and say each van sleeps two. There's a queen-size bed that tucks into the ceiling, "with additional area underneath for a twin mattress for two kids or one adult." While the use of premium materials such as stone and hardwood is certainly a nice touch, the industrial-looking bench seats in the rear of the van give off a much less premium look.

According to War Horse, custom builds take 90 days from start to finish, though you'd need very deep pockets if you wanted to go through the process. According to War Horse, custom vans are priced from $250,000 to $300,000.

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