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An Escapod for Our Broncos! Topo 2 Walk-Around
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An Escapod for Our Broncos! Topo 2 Walk-Around

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If you like traveling with your Bronco and kept the tow package on your order (or will be adding it), put that receiver to great use and couple an Escapod to it! We have loved every mile with this off-road adventure trailer. Watch the full video to see Jordan’s walk-around review and hear why.

This trailer is an Escapod Topo 2, the company’s second iteration of their class-leading teardrop trailers. We purchased it in April and regularly pull it behind either of our two Broncos, both to community events and for some weekend camping. After about 2,500 miles, six trips, and 16 nights camped in, we are ready to share our review!

Ready for Off-Road

The trailer weights about 1,700 lbs., well within the Bronco’s 3,500 lb. towing capacity. Because we want to be able to take it off the pavement, we opted for the fully articulating hitch. The ability to take it off-road was a huge sell for us.

The Topo 2 has full metal rock rails, rock guards on the fiberglass body, and a proprietary independent trailing suspension. We run BFG KO2s on our Broncos and Fifteen52 wheels. Because the Topo 2 has the same bolt pattern as the Bronco, and because the team at Escapod was so great to work with, we put Fifteen52s with BFGs on the trailer, too.

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Another good feature about the Escapod is its premium materials and engineering. Everywhere you look are handy storage cubbies, nooks, and add-on capabilities, whether you want a rooftop tent, awnings, or simple roof rails. Not only is the exterior streamlined, but the interior is also designed to hide away essentials and keep your space bright and clean. The galley is especially cool, with a pop-out cutting board and table, easily accessible maintenance areas, slide-out compartments, sink, and shower hook-up. We love the trailer’s well-thought-out design and that it’s ready to stand up to a trip off-road.

With the way we outfitted our trailer, including things like a second awning, ARB fridge/freezer, batteries, black-out curtains, and the fully articulated hitch, we clocked in at about $40k.

Tune in to see all these highlights covered in detail, and check out Escapod’s site to customize your own.

Do you have questions about our Topo 2? Head to the Bronco Nation forums!

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