When it comes to an affordable travel trailer that's easy to tow and loaded with standard features, go for an i-Go from EverGreen. The i-Go is lightweight and tracks with ease behind smaller tow vehicles because i-Go models up to 28 feet are just 7 1/2 feet wide. This width to weight ratio allows the i-Go to be towed by Jeeps, half-ton pickups or mid-sized SUVs. Yet the i-Go has a full sized feel inside due to EverGreens' deep slide outs. Families who require a full-sized 8 foot wide travel trailer can opt for an i-Go that is 29 feet and up. Take a closer look and discover why so many action-loving families are going places in i-Go Lite.
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DuraLite™ Double Welded Aluminum Structure
i-Go is built with the DuraLite Double Welded Aluminum Structure. It includes six-sided double welded aluminum frame construction in the walls, roof and floors with header framing around all doors, windows and baggage door openings. This strong durable frame reduces leaks and eliminates flexing. So it's superior to wood construction used in other travel trailers that can rot when exposed to water.
Like most EverGreen RVs, the i-Go is built with a vacuum laminated roof. Dense, block foam insulation is coated with a water based urethane adhesive which becomes super bonded under the heat and high pressure of EverGreen's vacuum lamination process. This results in a stronger, yet lighter, more durable coach that won't delaminate and is better insulated for all seasons.
Four times the strength of plywood, ComposiTek inner sidewalls and ceiling panels are far superior to wood. Composite materials resist moisture, which can lead to rot, mold and mildew that destroy other travel trailers. Composites also weigh as much as 20 percent less, making the coach lighter and easier to tow with the vehicle you already own. And because ComposiTek replaces plywood elements in the i-Go Lite, there are less harmful VOCs, such as formaldehyde, allowing your family to breathe easier in an EverGreen.
i-Go travel trailers are constructed with a bright white mechanically applied vacuum laminated TPO roof membrane. EverGreen's roofing won't bubble or loosen, and the glue is spread evenly to create a smooth surface that is cooler and won't mold or mildew and requires less maintenance than conventional roofs. TPO is superior to rubber roof membranes that can bubble, loosen, mold, mildew or chalk.
Construction materials are subject to market availability and may change without notice.