The new family off-road Spinifex EpiX is an all-terrain beast

By: David Gilchrist, Photography by: Nathan Duff


The truly epic Spinifex Caravans EpiX is a perfect catch for a family holiday.

Caravan World team have had a chance to test out the Spinifex EpiX Offroad RV on the roads of the Sunshine Coast and Glass House Mountains, which was a great opportunity to discover if the caravan can withstand off-road country terrains.

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At more than 7m long and with a whopping ATM of 4.4 tons, this is not a van for the faint-hearted. Given its weight, you’re going to need something like a Chevrolet Silverado or GMC-Sierra Denali to keep this rig rolling.

The EpiX’s aluminium frame sits on a 75mm dual beam Australian Bluescope steel hot-dipped galvanised chassis. A single-piece resin floor adds even more strength to an already tough rig. At the drawbar, a popular DO 45 hitch keeps this large van hooked on while you’re rambling along the twists and turns of an outback track. This combo of a sturdy chassis frame, great suspension and a good hitch meant the EpiX travelled easily and confidently along the forestry trails.

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Through the inclusion of bunks for junior explorers and plenty of other facilities that easily accommodate kids, the Spinifex EpiX presents as a family van that will comfortably travel far from the asphalt. With this thoughtful layout, your family can now enjoy spectacular adventures around the Australian countryside.

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Aimed at the family market, the EpiX has twin bunk beds for the kids in a rear bedroom. A privacy screen provides parents with a little space to themselves when the kids are asleep. 

The Spinifex EpiX Offroad RV is available for $168,230.

You can check out the full review in the next issue of Caravan World, on sale March 3, 2017Subscribe now so you don't miss out!