Well, here's my 2 cents...I went in my Suburban last year. Loved it. I took the seats out before I left, and had a nice air mattress and blankets. I parked and put a beige tightly woven shade cloth structure over the entire vehicle and an area for my table and chairs. I think the shade canopy is about 16 by 16. Then I put good silver reflective material over the windows towards the sun. I parked so the lift gate was "downwind". Set up a table, solar shower stall, some folding chairs, it was heaven. I used good candy-cane bent rebar, and very good straps and tiedowns. never had an issue with "looseness", even tied the solar shower stall to one of the canopy poles. The Sub was never hot inside, even during the day, as it was always in the shade. It was very quiet inside at night for sleeping. Not bad on the dust issue, and had plenty of room for myself. I think it would still suffice for 2 people, if they are a couple, or "familiar". I am doing EXACTLY the same this year. It affords great security for "valuables" while out and about, has an awesome factory CD sound system, plenty of room, just couldn't have made a better decision....for me. I spent a little time visiting some friends in their RVs, but all the time, I was looking out the windows wanting to get back outside. I would not consider sleeping/camping in a vehicle unless it was completely uinder a shade srtucture...and a good one is quite simple to acquire and construct. Use good materials and a very good, solid, basic design. By taking all the seats out but the drivers' seat, I had plenty of room for supplies, coolers, the bike, etc. I drove over 6000 miles round trip. It was heaven.
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