The Rhone Low by Vango
Make yourself at home with the Vango Rhone Low bus awning on your next camping holiday. Benefit from the intelligent AirZone ventilation system and enjoy cosy nights with a pleasant room climate in the tent, completely without condensation.Thanks to the AirBeam air poles the tent can be erected and dismantled quickly and easily. Once it has been disassembled, it can be stored in its large packing bag where it is safely stowed away until your next trip.
- Water head: 6,000 mm
- Mounting height on the car: 180-210 cm
- Tent floor: 465 x 320 cm
- Height: 210 cm (front)
- Kador length: 240 cm
- Pack size: 78 x 49 x 45 cm
- Weight: 35,6 kg
Additional living and storage space
The driveaway Vango Jura Low offers plenty of space for a detached sleeping cabin, a dining area during bad weather or protection for your bikes. Through the entrance right next to the bus, you can step into the van from the side without having to walk through the tent, while there is also a second, larger door leading right into the tent. In addition, the integrated mesh vents let in fresh air while keeping weather and insects out.
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The SkyTrack system offers fixation possibilities for the utensils in your tent. With the included Sykhooks you can hang up interior canopies, lamps, organisers and much more. The large windows provide plenty of daylight and a beautiful view. And if you don't want to be seen by other people, you can simply close the zippered curtains and make yourself comfortable.
Review by our tester Christian:
We tested the Vango Rhone Low during our three-week holiday in Southern Europe. It was a great help that the air tubes held the air very well and that no additional pumping was necessary during the holiday. The tent is nice and spacious and a practical living space extension for our van. We used it mainly as storage space for clothes, kitchenette and space for the children to play. Now and then we also used it as a dining room, because the Rhone Low was a good companion even in bad weather: During cloudbursts, all four of us could sit sheltered in the tent and enjoy our family meal at the table. In addition, the covered entry to the Bulli is designed so that no rainwater accumulates on it. Due to its weight of 35.6 kilograms it can withstand windy weather well, but when packed together it is not a featherweight and has a large pack size of 78 x 49 x 45 cm.
The tent also had a small interesting surprise for us: it was built for right-hand drive vehicles. For this reason the Rhone Low the entrance of the tent faces the rear when it is attached to left-hand drive vehicles. From this position you can keep an eye on the tailgate if you want to leave it open and create a cosy corner with a table and chairs at the back of the bus.
It is important to know that the Rhone Low was designed primarily for trips in Northern Europe. The fact that the sides cannot be fully opened makes the tent unsuitable for summer holidays in warm southern European regions. The tent has an entrance at the front and at the covered entry, with additional small mesh vents that keep mosquitoes away and still allow air into the tent. In Italian summer heat, however, these ventilation options are not sufficient to cool the interior.