Road Tripper: the Mitsubishi Delica D:5 Camper

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As the long days of summer arrive, it’s the perfect time to envision and embark on a road trip. Whether you’ll be able to fit in your trip this season, or are gathering ideas for a big trip next season, there are few things more exciting than anticipating an adventure along the open road.

Campers Scotland, a U.K.-based campervan retailer, recently revealed the Mitsubishi Delica D:5 Terrain camper vehicle. In short, it has all that any aspiring adventurer could want, along with a vintage exterior and an affordable price tag.

The Delica D:5 is a top-of-the-line camper, built to transport four passengers. With a 2.4-liter inline-four engine standard, 2.2-liter turbodiesel available, and four-wheel-drive system, the Delica D:5 is built to conquer off-road terrain. In this stalwart camper, you can truly answer the call of the most rugged places.

Exclusive features set the Delica D:5 apart from other off-road vehicles. The interior comes complete with a kitchen and refrigerator, both powered by solar panels on the vehicle’s roof. And, while the D:5 is wilder than its urban cousins, its exterior still reflects the sleekness and poise that characterizes the Mitsubishi brand.

Whether you gravitate toward the Mitsubishi Delica D:5 camper or the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport, we wish you safe travels this summer. And if you’re in need of a new family-hauler, stop by Quebedeaux Mitsubishi to test-drive a shiny new 2019 SUV.

Top places to go camping near Tucson, AZ

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Tucson has some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Southwest. If you’re looking to experience the outdoors, spend a weekend at one of these three local campsites.

Tucson / Lazydays KOA Resort

Find an oasis in the desert at the Lazydays KOA resort. It offers pull-through RV spaces, two pools, a nine-hole putting green, three off-leash dog parks, a hot tub, and free Wi-Fi® service. No RV? No problem — just rent one of their well-appointed cabins.

Rose Canyon

Even during the hottest days of summer, it stays cool at the Rose Canyon Campground thanks to the 7-acre lake. At this campsite, you’ll enjoy lakefront views and a forest full of towering Ponderosa pines and Gambel oaks. If you want to get closer to nature, there are opportunities for rainbow trout fishing and hiking in the forest. It’s one of the best places to go camping near Tucson.

Catalina State Park

Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life with a trip to Catalina State Park. Here, you’ll find paved roads and parking slips, along with modern amenities like flush toilets, hot showers, an RV dump station, electricity, and water. Plus, each site has a picnic table and a barbecue grill. Catalina State Park also offers numerous tent camping sites.

Ready to get start your next adventure? Find the perfect vehicle for your lifestyle at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi.