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The kitchen also has very well organised storage, with a fold up spice rack sitting near eye level, and an ipod holder so the chef can cook to their favourite music.
You would need to keep your fridge on the slide inside the tent (which can hold up to an 80L unit).
Interestingly, this Evolution only came with a single 4kg gas cylinder. Some might call this a little short, but when you think about it, how often do you burn a full gas cylinder? Only on the longest of trips. So for a longer trip it would be worth getting a 1kg back up, just in case.
THE BOTTOM LINE
With the recovery gear bolted to the outside, the mud tyres and the Maxtrax ready to go on the front nose cone, this trailer is a nice looking package. It truly displays all its offroading bling for the entire world to see.
But the 2012 Johnno’s Evolution is not just a good looking creature, it has a host of little thoughtful add-ons that make living on the road easier.
The laundry bag was a favourite with my family, as was most of the rest of this classy trailer!