“A new addition to the range seems to rise to the occasion
In my opinion, yes, and that is a resounding yes. The Quantum Full Height/Hard Top makes a lot of sense for a number of reasons. It is likely to attract those who like the idea of a caravan but still like spending most of the time outside. Not having to put the roof up when you arrive somewhere makes life easier. There will be no need even to put the awning out if the weather is clear. The kitchen sets up in seconds rather than minutes; in fact, I reckon I could do it in less than 90 seconds.
Although you will see AOR campers in caravan parks, they are more likely to be found off the beaten track in national parks and other hard-to-get-to places. AOR campers are built to be taken where others may fear to travel. The Plenty Highway or Oodnadatta Track are the types of places you’ll more likely see a Quantum. Given their ability to handle tough tracks, what goes into the AOR Quantum Hard Top?
I’ve reviewed a lot of AOR campers and spoken to a lot of owners over the years. Quality and innovation are two themes that keep coming to mind. The AOR Quantum is a hybrid camper that has been around for a few years now and has a couple of variations to suit different needs. So, is there room for another?”