Sportsmobile offers lots of choices…
To really enjoy traveling, two of the most important considerations are comfortable seats and comfortable beds.
There’s lots of choices below to help you decide what will serve your needs best. Still have questions? Please contact us.
For more information see the conversion examples.
Seats can be any length you specify. Upper bolsters are (o).
Twin beds are 30″ wide.
Twin beds can slide together for a queen-size bed.
There’s some storage in the seat bases.
Sleep width-wise. Bed 70″ long by 69″ wide.
Seats up to four depending on length you specify.
Install anywhere in van. Note the leg space.
For a single bed leave back cushion at home.
Lounge pillows included with all seats/beds.
Seats three. Sleep widthwise. Overall width is 70″.
Add a rear platform mattress (o). Can be any length to sleep length-wise.
This arrangement will make two semi-twin beds or one large bed.
Ottomans are not for seating when traveling.
Ottoman back-cushions will make a large bed.
Seats three. Seat easily swings up and out for bed position.
The sofa’s rear platform mattress (o) can be any length.
Cab bed is hinged to trifold for storage. It’s a little bulky to handle but works.
Penthouse Expandable Top bed will sleep two.
- Can be any height and length.
- Width is about 69″.
- Beds are not for use during travel.
- Select up to four bunks.
- Mattresses are removable. Makes good ground cushions.
- Bunks can be any length, 24″ or 27″ wide.
- Bunks are not for use during travel.
Captain seats have multiple adjustments and swivel (o). They’re designed for long distance travel comfort. The vans driver and passenger seats can be reupholstered to match other seats.
Captain seats can be removed with 5 inside bolts.
“Just wanted to give you an update on the van. It’s awsome! It is actually even more useful than we anticipated. The 1,500-mile trip back was smooth. We are taking a 3-week trip from Florida to Maine with the kids next week, and it is going to be the most stress-free trip due to all the room and convenience. Yahoooo! We are so friggin’ happy with the van.”
— Steve and Kristi Neal