LocationWheat Ridge, CO
4100 Youngfield St.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Used 2017 Jayco Octane Super Lite 222
If you need sleeping for 6, a front bathroom for convenience, and a 7' ramp with spring assist for easy loading and unloading your off-road toys then step inside this Octane Super Lite 222 toy hauler travel trailer.
In the 8'6" to 13'7" of cargo area you will find two opposing rear convertible sofas and an indoor/outdoor table. The electric queen bed above the sofa provides added sleeping space for family and friends.
Along the road side of the trailer you will find a double kitchen sink, two burner range, microwave, and a refrigerator. You can play hard outside and eat like kings inside. On the opposite side you will see a TV cabinet, and a pantry for your dry goods. There is an third smaller sofa next to the entry door for more seating.
The front bathroom has a vanity with sink and medicine cabinet, toilet, and a shower.
After a day of playing hard outside you can also relax on the comfortable queen bed. Easily store books or other items in the overhead cabinet and more!
Great Staff!We are now the proud owners of our dream RV. It took several trips and many showings to meet all of our criteria, but our salesman Ben Garcia was patient with us until we found what best met our needs (and our grandchildren's needs!). Each trip in to the dealership was a pleasant experience, and it felt like Ben was a partner in our journey to find what was best for us. I'm glad all of our looking ... More » - Pamela
|Length||26 ft 5 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft 6 in|
|Ext Height||11 ft 2 in|
|Int Height||7 ft 5 in|
|Hitch Weight||775 lbs|
|Gross Weight||8000 lbs|
|Dry Weight||5270 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||2730 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||53.2 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||45.4 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||45.4 gals|
|Number Of Bunks||1|
|Refrigerator Type||Double Door|
|Refrigerator Size||6 cu ft|
|Number of Awnings||1|
|Garage Size||13 ft 7 in|
|Water Heater Capacity||6 gal|
|Water Heater Type||Gas/Electric|
|Awning Info||18' manual|
|Electrical Service||30 amp|
More than 50 years and still fun!
Peace and love were in the air—and so was entrepreneurial spirit. In 1968, Lloyd and Bertha Bontrager set out to make a family dream a reality in their quiet corner of Northern Indiana. Let the fun begin!
In the '70s, while families gathered around the newfangled video boxes (TVs of course!), we began to make a name for ourselves too, acquiring competitors, delivering new products and selling internationally for the first time. Look out, TVs! We’ve got an idea for family time too.
Jayco was established among the powers of the RV industry in the '80s and we mourned the loss of our fearless leader, Lloyd, in a tragic plan crash. That did not stop the momentum, but instead we doubled down on the vision for family fun.
In the '90s Jayco acquired Starcraft, one of the oldest and most respected builders of campers. Lloyd was inducted into the RV Hall of Fame. We built and shipped our 300,000 unit in 1997, and our new corporate headquarters facility was completed in Middlebury, Indiana.
In 2002, Jayco introduced the Jay Flight travel trailers which as of today, has been the #1 selling travel trailers in North America for thirteen years straight. In 2006, we built and shipped our 500,000th unit, and introduced the first lightweight toy hauler travel trailer built with a wider stance, known first as the Talon. And, in 2008, we acquired assets of the former Travel Supreme and launched the Class A diesel-pusher Entegra Coach division.
Between four division of Jayco, Starcaft RV, Entegra Coach and Highland Ridge RV in May of 2016, we built and celebrated our 1,000,000the unit in total. On July 1st of the same year, Jayco Corporation, including all of the brands of Jayco, Starcraft RV, Entegra Coach, and Highland Ridge RV, was acquired by Thor Industries.
Fast forward to the '20s, a global pandemic reawakened everyone's desire to get outside and sparked another golden age for the RVing community. With eyes toward a bright future, Jayco, Entegra Coach, Highland Ridge and Starcraft unified as the Jayco Family of Companies.