Global Expedition Vehicles takes extreme RVing to off-grid max

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Expedition vehicles take RVing to extremes. Global Expedition Vehicles makes extreme vehicles on truck chassis that redefine “extreme.”

The Missouri-based company creates its vehicles utilizing several truck manufacturers. Its latest creation is the $650,000 UXV-MAX. It can be constructed on a Ford-750 chassis.

The latest offering from Global Expedition Vehicles
The latest offering from Global Expedition Vehicles in Springfield Missouri, the UXV-MAX, has a $650,000 price tag and can take you off the grid in luxury. Images courtesy of Global Expedition Vehicles.

A kitchen, dining area, (king-sized bed) and bathroom are mainstay features just like an RV. But there’s a lot different. A dishwasher, washer and dryer are part of an optional upgrade. And consider the healthy supply of high-end features: custom granite countertops, a sink, single burner induction cooktop, 6.4-cubic-foot refrigerator-freezer and a convection microwave oven.

The UXV-MAX also has 2.36-inch walls for superior insulation and increased security. With its extreme construction, it’s ready and quite able for off-road and off-the-grid excursions.

Global Expedition Vehicles has several overlander trucks that can be created on multiple truck chassis. Ford F-550, Dodge 550 and Mercedes-Benz trucks are often used to make the company’s varied collection of custom-made expedition vehicles. The 24.5 feet – which can be upgraded to 28.5 feet – UXV-MAX build in particular can also be built on the chassis of crew-cab medium-duty vehicles from International Trucks or Freightliner Trucks, along with the Ford F-750.

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rollin

Itr looks like great fun!

So terribly glad they made it affordable, eh?

But I suppose you get what you pay for…….

Tommy Molnar

I went to the Global Expedition website and found that they actually make some smaller units, which would be better suited to REAL off-roading. And Will is right about Earth Cruiser units. At about half or less of the price, you can get a nice unit (still spendy, of course). But, I’ll still stick to my travel trailer.

Will

A very nice truck, but for something a bit easier to move about off-road or in the supermarket parking lot, take at look at Earth Cruisers made in Bend, Oregon.