Beefed-up with upgraded wheels and suspension, the Jetstream XT is highly capable of handling the roughest terrains. The standard Jetstream XT model includes a custom-fitted Roofrack, Front and Back Nudge bars and Stone Chip Guards. The Spare Wheel is mounted on the front of the unit for easy access.

The XT is the ideal weatherproof accommodation from which to explore our remote wilderness regions or traditional campsites around the country.

Queen Size Mattress (1950 x 1500 x 150)
Fully Upholstered
7 Storage Compartments
1-Plate Gas Cooker with 3kg Gas Bottle and regulator
Built-in insulated Cooler Box
1kg Fire Extinguisher
Built-in Wash Basin with Standard Faucet
Hercules 10 Battery Manager
70 Amp-hour Deep Cycle Battery
Shore Power Plug
1 X LED Touch Light (Interior)
9-LED Dim/Bright Kitchen Light
220V 10/15 Amp Double Plug with USB Port (Interior)
220V 15 Amp Double Plug (Galley)
2 X 9-LED Dim/Bright Side Door Lights
Front Stone-chip Guards
Front Nudge Bar and Running Boards
Back Nudge Bar and Running Boards
Custom Roof Racks
195/R14 – 6 Stud Trail Duster – Front-mounted Spare Wheel
Reinforced Fibreglass Wheel Arches (square)
1 x Hydraulic Jack
1 x Wheel Spanner
Monocoque, reinforced, fully insulated Lloyd’s approved Marine Fibeglass
Side Doors Each Side with Locking Mechanisms and Windows
Roof Airvent
Galley with shelving, wash basin, coolerbox and large storage cupboard
Teardrop Lid with Locking Mechanism
Nose Cone storage with Locking Mechanism

GVM: 750kg, TARE: 530kg, Axle: 1400kg
Ride Height: 420mm


Height: A
Width:  B = (B1+ B2 x 2)
Length: C = (C1+C2)

A:   1800
B:   1790
B1: 1540
B2:   250
C:   4200
C1: 3000
C2: 1200


1. Extra-length Queen size bed
2. Large Storage lockers
3. Single-plate Gas Cooker
4. Hand wash basin
5. Built-in Coolerbox
6. Gas Bottle
7. Battery Management System

*Persons who passed their Code B light motor vehicle drivers tests after the implementation of the National Road Safety Act of 1996 are prohibited from towing anything weighing more than 750 kg. Drivers who already had the old Code 8 licences before that time automatically received Code EB licences that limit them only to the maximum permissible towing capacity of the tow vehicle. Code B licence holders are obliged to undergo the whole learners’ and drivers’ licence testing procedure with an appropriate trailer attached for a Code EB before being allowed to tow a full-sized caravan. Taking a chance and having an accident without the correct licence could result in all insurances refusing to honour claims.