Congratulations to Track, an RVMAP business that is celebrating 20 Years of their renowned Tvan. They are an Australian business with a strong heritage in the camping industry and an unparalleled reputation for design and robustness. Their success is no accident; it is by design and comes from years of learning and improving of their product.
Lloyd Waldron (Marketing Manager) says
‘Our DNA is comprised of knowledge, engineering techniques, style, function and customer feedback.
It is the backbone which forms the basis for all our products and it cannot be faked or easily replicated by our competitors. This is why after 20 years of manufacturing Tvan, still, Nothing Compares!’
Releasing two new Limited Edition Tvan Models! – Until the end of 2019!
In 1999, Track Trailer entered the all new Tvan in the Camper Trailer of the Millennium awards held by the Recreational Vehicle Manufactures Association and won its class.
The Tvan quickly became the industry benchmark for off-road reliability and functionality and has continued to gain industry recognition. Tvan has won multiple Camper Trailer of Year awards and most recently won the inaugural X-Factor award for the MK5 Tvan.
Since 1999, the Tvan has developed a formidable reputation as the most reliable and refined camper on the market. Track has always listened to customer feedback and sought to reinvent the Tvan with new innovations and unparalleled engineering.
Track has worked hard to uphold its vision, to create “Recreational Vehicles that Inspire” and the Tvan is right at the heart of the company. For this reason, Track has remained a 100% Australian Family Owned business and has ensured that the vast majority of components are manufactured by other Australian businesses.
To celebrate 20 years of Tvan, Track has created 2 special, limited edition models which reward first time Tvan owners and offer even greater rewards for our existing and past owners.
Check out the Special Edition models Click here for more info
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