10176 65th St. NE
Albertville, MN 55301
Used 2016 Keystone RV Passport 217EXP3 BED ENDS!
Enter and find a open living space with a fold-down sofa to your immediate right. Opposite enjoy the space created by a slide out booth dinette. There is an overhead storage shelf across the entire front of the unit before accessing the front queen tent end bunk. You will also like the entertainment center adjacent to the dinette slide for easy viewing from anywhere in the front seating and sleeping area.
To the left of the entry door enjoy the kitchen area which includes a double sink, a three burner range, and pantry. There are overhead cabinets for your dishes and things, plus a refrigerator opposite to keep your perishables cold and fresh.
The rear left corner features a complete bath with angled shower, toilet, and vanity with sink.
In the rear you will find a queen tent end bed and another off the rear road side as well.
You will easily be able to stow away all of your outdoor camping gear in the front pass-through compartment, plus so much more!
Interior Color: Granite, Bayside, Rattan
|Length||24 ft 11 in|
|Ext Height||10 ft 1 in|
|Interior Color||Granite, Bayside, Rattan|
|Hitch Weight||555 lbs|
|Dry Weight||4355 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||2200 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||43 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||38 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||38 gals|
At Keystone we do things differently, and have since we first opened our doors in 1996. This different way means focusing on you, our customer, and building RVs that are much more than great floor plans and prices. It starts with innovative products that are built tough, and doesn’t stop there. It’s our commitment to provide a better ownership experience. We understand that when you put your hard earned money down, you expect your RV to deliver as promised. That’s why “Building Adventures for the Long Haul” is more than just a slogan here at Keystone; it is our number one mission each and every day. It’s the reason today we are honored to say we have nearly one million Keystone owners out on the open road who we consider family.