Like with most off-road trailers, the Bosluis 2’s kitchen is on the left. The larger of the door panels flips downward and serves as a horizontal work slab with a stainless steel surface. In the hull there are three compartments: the left- and right-hand cavities have shelves and are useful to stow your provisions while the middle compartment is perfect for bottles and glasses. Above the kitchen there’s an LED strip and two 220 V three-prong sockets. Underneath the kitchen, to the right of the Hilux’s rear wheel, is a cupboard that’s big enough for a bag of tent pegs. To the left of the kitchen are two door panels. Behind the top door is a big compartment deep enough for pots and pans. Behind the bottom door is a sliding frame with a cupboard with two shelves and a twoburner gas stove mounted on it as well as a fridge/freezer (optional extra) behind it. You can use your own fridge/freezer or buy a 90 ℓ National Luna (R12 500) or 81,5 ℓ SnoMaster (R10 526) through Bush Lapa. To the right of the rear wheel is a lockable toolkit – in fact, all the doors in the Bosluis 2 have locks that you open with the same key. Above all of these along the kitchen side is a long tubular bag containing a Bush Wing fold-out awning. >
The Bosluis 2 fits onto three single cab bakkie models: The Toyota Hilux, the Toyota Land Cruiser, and the Ford Ranger.