We love our second hand Tepui, same as above - Kukenam XL ruggedized. It's big and heavy by comparison to other RTTs, 6' long and about 200 lbs, but it's right at home on the PW as long as you have a sturdy way to hold it.
I carried a friends smaller Tepui when his truck broke, I forget which model, but it's a 2 person. It's definitely borderline tight for 2 people IMO.
Mine is a 4 person, I'd say 3 adults comfortably with backpacks/duffel bags, 4 adults would be tight. Definitely roomy enough for 2 adults and a couple of little ones. For now, it's the two of us and the pups.
I love the Airstreams, I would like to have one of our own down the line. For now this seems to suit our style of camping perfectly since the goal is driving off road to remote camp spots, and 4 wheeling along the way.
It's a big improvement over our KampRite Tentcot. MUCH sturdier in high wind overnight, still noisy, but it's a rigid frame so you won't he smacked in the face when fiberglass poles bend in the wind, and it did great in the 15ish hours of rain we got overnight at the Grand Canyon, however 2 of the corners soaked through a little bit. On 2 other trips we've had light rain, and no water intrusion. To try and mitigate and future issues with water, I picked up a bottle of Nikwax waterproofing spray. I can't say how well the non ruggedized models would fair in the rain, but they are considerably lighter and less expensive. If you aren't buying new, keep an eye out on expedition portal, I found mine there in the classifieds.
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