The Siberian Tiger is the largest of the Tiger cats. So, too, is the Siberian Tiger the largest of the Tiger models. It is built for the most rigorous on-road and off-road RV excursions. Built entirely of aluminum, with insulation in all exterior cavities, it will take you on the toughest adventures in any season. Using a 4×4 Crew Cab chassis, the coach is mounted using a three-point system. As is featured in all Tiger models, there is a convenient pass-through from the coach to the cab.
The Siberian can be configured in an all-diesel version, including generator, heating, hot water, and stove top. The Siberian is also available with the V-10 gas engine. In this configuration, propane is used to power the mechanicals. All Siberians come standard with deep-cycle AGM batteries and solar power.
Inside, the Siberian utilizes the same open floorplan as the traditional Tigers, but with even more room. The coach boasts a dry bath, a king or queen-size bed facing forward, and more storage. In addition, the vehicle comes standard with Corian surfaces, an entertainment system, and recessed LED lighting.
The Siberian is offered in two versions: The Siberian LT and the Siberian HT. Both models are similar in size. The Siberian LT, however, is built to be lighter in overall weight, and is offered on the Ford F450, with veneer-covered wood cabinets. The Siberian HT is offered on the Ford F550, with bamboo cabinets. As an option, the Siberian HT can be configured without a generator, where batteries, solar, and the truck alternators provide power for the coach functions.