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Cirrus Truck Camper Features: Kitchen

Cirrus Truck Camper: A Series, Pt. 2

If you’re in the market for a truck camper, there’s a good chance you’ve probably seen the Cirrus Truck Camper. Unlike other truck campers in the industry, the Cirrus is glitzy. It’s glamorous, tough, and durable. It’s a truck camper enthusiast’s dream. You get what you pay for… and that’s one heck-of-a truck camper. You may have heard that what is considered an option for most campers, the Cirrus Truck Camper comes with it in the standard, base package. In other words, it’s fully loaded. So – WHAT is in the Cirrus Truck Camper that makes it so special? In this mini-series, I’m going to dive into one particular area of the Cirrus 920 Truck Camper and highlight its [unique and awesome] features.

Cirrus Truck Camper Features: Kitchen

If you’re like me, BLD (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are the most important parts of the day. I love food and I love eating. With that being said, it’s no surprise that my favorite part of the Cirrus Truck Camper is, without a doubt, the kitchen. Here’s why:

  • Stainless Steel Mosaic Tile Backsplash

Cirrus Truck Camper 920 Kitchen
Stainless Steel Mosaic Tile Backsplash & Cook Top

One word: Beautiful. The 2-Burner Cast Iron Cook Top has a Stainless Steel Mosaic Tile Backsplash and it’s awesome. It’s quite an upgrade to the kitchen from the Cirrus 820 Truck Camper. I don’t think I need to explain much about it – the photo speaks for itself.

  • Central Systems Control Panel

  • Glass-Top Sink

  • 1,000 Watt Microwave/Convection Oven

  • 2-Burner Cast Iron Cook Top

If you want a true sense of an oven range in your truck camper, the Cirrus 920 Truck Camper can fix that. The cast iron cook top is one of the most distinguishable features that differs from the Cirrus 820 to the 920. This stove shows off incredible features such as:

  • Flame-Failure Shut-Off Safety Feature
  • Convenient Peizo Oven Ignition
  • Sealed Burners
  • Premium Cast Iron Gate

Furthermore, the two burners gives you a more flexible installation. Pretty neat, huh?

  • 3-Way Fridge with Pull-Out Pantry

Cirrus Truck Camper 920 Fridge
Fridge (Pull-Out Pantry on right)

Remember what I said about BLD being my favorite times of the day? This feature is like hitting the jackpot once you see it. Not only is the fridge capable of storing your favorite meals (with tons of extra room), but it even has a pull-out pantry for all your snacks. If you catch yourself eating more than you probably should, the Cirrus 920 Truck Camper was made for you because of this.

Big in volume yet small in size, the Stainless Steel Fridge boasts a tremendous volume of over 5 cubic feet! The 3-way Fridge is also optimized for tidy, organized storage and features:

  • An external bottom pull-out drawer
  • A slide-out container and door bins
  • Control Panel
  • Unparalleled cooling performance
  • Quiet to run

Additionally, the pull-out pantry features cargo netting on each shelve to ensure your goods stay in place. (Fun Fact: Due to the popularity of it, the cargo netting was inspired from our TAB Boondock Package!) The stainless steel fridge complements the stainless steel mosaic tile backsplash perfectly.

Cirrus Truck Camper: The Best Kitchen in the RV Industry

TL;DR: The Cirrus Truck Camper’s kitchen has everything you’ll want and more. Find your Cirrus Truck Camper by using our Dealer Locator.


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