Includes: Bedding, fridge, two gas burners, a sink, 5-gallon water tank, storage space, air conditioning, and a fuel economy of 18 miles to the gallon (what, does this look like a Prius to you? ).
Escape offers Dodge Caravans that sleep two (and a fuel consumption of 24 miles-per-gallon) and Ford E150s that sleep three as is, or five if you add a rooftop tent (and a fuel consumption of 19 miles-per-gallon).
Mileage: 100 miles a day for free, and 25 cents for additional miles, or a cheaper rate if you want to rent for a week or more.
That might sit with you better knowing that there are a handful of ways to live the van life — at least for the length of your next road trip — and at a price way easier to stomach than that of a Dodge Sprinter ($32,495 new) or a custom conversion (up to $15,000).
Read more here: The Inertia