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Napier Sportz SUV Tent Model 82000

Sportz SUV Tent


$359.99 CAD

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The Sportz SUV Tent quickly transforms your SUV into a comfortable home away from home by simply attaching the universal vehicle sleeve. Camping in your backyard? No problem! Easily convert the SUV Tent into a ground tent by unzipping the vehicle sleeve. It’s that easy! No matter where you set up, sleep blissfully and enjoy the night sky!

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Product Features for Sportz SUV Tent 82000

Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Less than 10% of this product contains a Prop 65 chemical.


4 - 5 Plus 2 In The Cargo


9' x 9'

Center Height



36 Lbs


Blue & Grey

No. of Doors


No. of Windows


No. of Poles (Tent)

4 Shock Corded Fiberglass, 4 Steel

No. of Poles (Awning)

2 Steel

Storm Flaps

Yes - (Windows, Door)

Water Proofing

1200mm PU Coating

Wall & Roof Material

Polyester Taffeta

Window Material

Polyester Mesh

Floor Material


Rainfly Material

Polyester Taffeta With Taped Seams

Rear Access Panel





3 Seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall)


Gear Loft, 2 Gear Pockets, Lantern Holder, & Expandable Carrying Bag


1 Year

How do I know which tent will fit my SUV? The “Fit My Ride” tool on our homepage will help you determine which tent will best fit your vehicle. Our SUV Tents are designed with a universal vehicle sleeve to accommodate all CUV’s, SUV’s, and minivans for a custom fit.

How does the sleeve on the SUV Tent secure to the vehicle? The universal vehicle sleeve has an elastic band at the end creating a custom fit to your vehicle. The adjustable wheel well and trunk straps ensure a snug fit to your vehicle and the fabric flaps on the inside of the sleeve help seal any minor gaps caused by a curvy vehicle.

Can one-person set-up a Napier SUV Tent?  Yes. For the initial set-up however, we do recommend having assistance.

Will the SUV Tent fit on my SUV that has barn doors?
Yes. To ensure the best fit possible, we recommend our larger SUV Tents (82000, 84000, 13100, and 19100).

Will the SUV Tents work with a truck that has a camper shell/cap on it?
Yes. As long as the height from the ground to the highest point of the cap window/door does not exceed 80”, SUV Tents are compatible.

Will the SUV Tents work with a small enclosed trailer (i.e. a teardrop trailer)? Yes, as long as the circumference of the trailer opening does not exceed 210”.

My pole broke? How do I get a new one?
Please refer to the Warranty section on the website.

Is there a warranty?
There is a one-year manufacturer defect warranty.  Please consult the Warranty section on the website.

If it’s raining, what do I do with the canopy? Angle one of the awning poles so that the water will run off and not pool. Angle the bottom of the pole one way and peg out the other way. If you are leaving the campsite, it’s best to set-up camp for rain, just in case. Put away equipment, zip up all tent windows and doors, use the rainfly. Zip or roll up the awning. If it’s raining a lot, we would suggest not to use the canopy.

How can I make sure that my tent is the most water resistant that it can be?
Our tents already have a water-resistant coating on them. However, the coating may wear down over time and you may want to spray a water repellent coating onto the tent and rainfly after a few years of use.

Do I need to use a seam sealer on my tent?
A seam sealer is not necessary. Our rainflies and truck tent floors have taped seams to guard against water entry. For additional protection and product maintenance, you may wish to use a seam sealant on your tent. Please note that water drops through the needle holes along the seams is common with all tents and is not a manufacturer’s defect.

How do I find a retailer near me?
The “Find a Retailer” tool on our website will help you locate your closest retailer.

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17 reviews for Sportz SUV Tent

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  • Stephen Chopp

    We initially set up the tent in the front yard. It set up easily enough and just fit our full size, Chevy Silverado with shell. The zippers are well constructed and the rain fly is heavier than most. We used the tent in Colorado for three nights in July, and had quite a bit of rain one night. The rain fly does not cover the sleeve, and the instructions suggest the sleeve be taken off the vehicle when heavy rain is expected. I would heed this advice. We had taken the fly off during some heavy rain during the day, but overnight a storm came in and created a lake on the sleeve which eventually leaked – however we had the inside of the tent zipped up, and the shell window closed, so no moisture got in to the bedding, and not much in the tent itself. However, the bottom seams on two corners also leaked. We will seam seal the tent and remember to take down the sleeve in the future. Overall, happy with the build and quality and it was handy in good weather. When rainy – you”ll need to take off the sleeve which will make access to the vehicle unprotected from the rain. We had some serious wind which tore up a few tarps, but the the was fully staked and we used the guy lines, and it had no trouble at all standing up to the wind.

  • Brad N from Amazon

    For those considering this suv tent, wait no longer just buy the friggen thing!
    This is a great tent, I love mine!
    The tent is well made and everything fits like it should, you can tell a lot of thought went into the design. i have a 2002 Ford Explorer and this tent fits great.

  • Amazon Customer

    Amazing tent! Very versatile and fits my 4runner perfectly. Love the feature of either using it attached to your vehicle or as a stand-alone tent when you need to leave camp for supplies.
    I use the tent as an annex/storage area and sleep in the back of the 4runner. I was initially in the market for a rooftop tent with annex ($2000) but required a new full-size roof rack ($1600) to support the weight. I have no regrets and extremely happy I went this route. Setup is a breeze and love the idea of having a living room, storage, and changing area. Love the no-see-um mesh windows for 180 degree views.
    Survived heavy rain and periodic wind gusts up to 40mph throughout the night. Make sure you seal the seams and properly stake the tent if you’re expecting torrential weather. One reviewer mentioned this tent is unstable in the wind. In my experience this tent was built to withstand the wind! The steel poles allowed the tent to remain stable and stood strong against high gusts.
    The inside contains 2 storage pockets, a gear net that attaches to the ceiling of the tent, and hook loop to hang a lantern.
    You won’t regret this purchase. Highly recommended!!!

  • Katron on Amazon

    My husband set it up and says it was really quick and easy once he figured it out. It hooked up perfectly to our Rav4. We made it through a heavy rainstorm and everything stayed dry!

  • michel Savage

    Excellent after sales service in case something is wrong.

  • Janice S (PRESCOTT, AZ)

    Finally got to use it last week. The plan was to sleep in the back of our SUV and use the tent for all our gear + a place for our dog to sleep. All worked as planned. Took us awhile to put it up, but we’ll get better. We camped in the AZ desert and it was 48 degrees at night, so we put the rainfly on and it was cozy. The only thing I don’t like is how high the bottom is – I trip on it, but that’s me. We are in our 60s and have come full circle back to a tent and this was the best choice for us.

  • David Skinner, Man Made DIY

    This was a bit of a game changer for me. First, this tent is huge. Slated to sleep at least 4, it’s the headroom that I love the most. I can stand up and still have a few feet above me. That means no stooping to get dressed, and no smacking your head on a hanging lantern. Next is the nifty part – it hooks up to your car. There is durable, stretchy tube that makes the back of your car part of the tent for a massive amount of extra space for storage, organization, or even sleeping if you want to fold down all the seats.

  • David Luckhardt on Amazon

    I spend about 50 nights a year in a tent, and after my old Cabela’s Truck Tent (no longer made) wore out I researched and bought the similar Napier tent. After one season I can give it a fair rating.
    PRO – with three doors (two regular and one for the SUV) and one window it has great access and ventilation. The roof has one full panel and one half panel of screened material, making it good for summer but not as warm in winter. Two of the doors have rainfly shades that can be staked out, but the tent only comes with one set of poles and guylines. Quite roomy with nearly vertical walls, and I’ve managed to seat 6 people inside for short social visits. The carrying bag has an expansion zipper that makes repacking MUCH easier. Easy to set up, but you need to attach the rainfly before raising the poles if doing it solo.
    CON – the door zippers tend to snag on the zipper covers, and I’ve had one jam so badly that it is now unusable – lucky there’s another identical door! Wall material is rather thin, and the rainfly has faded noticeably in one sunny season, but everything is holding up other than the one door zipper. To cover the outside of the truck door you must leave the heavy tube and straps zipped over it, which can be noisy in the wind if no vehicle is attached. All the other three windows are covered by the rainfly, so no water can collect at the bottom of the screen. The 4 main poles have the spikes at the bottom (!!), which is fine if setting up on dirt, but hard on ground tarps or if setting up on wood decks or stone.

  • Amelia on Amazon

    It took me about 20 min to unpack and put up the first time by myself. The second time it took less than 5. Snaps right on to my pathfinder. Nice and tall, my 6’4″ husband doesn’t have to hunch over while inside. Large enough inside for a queen blow up mattress and two dog beds.

  • Rexrung on Amazon

    We have used it twice and it makes my wife happy. What more can I say?

  • Dwight from Sun City, AZ on Wayfair

    The Sportz SUV Tent is just what I was looking for and more. It fits the back of my Volvo XC90 just right. There is plenty of room for all my gear in the tent while I sleep comfortably in the back of the Sportwagon. It provides me with shelter in case of bad weather and shade with the extented 6×6 awning. Its overall versatility is what makes this unit so practical providing so many features all in one unit.

  • John from Bowmanville, ON on Wayfair

    Purchased tent to fit around the back hatch of a VW Vanagon model years 1980-1991. It fit great as the vehicle sleeve fits over the rear hatch and no issues with the hatch being too long to fit in the sleeve. We used the tent standalone as well during our trip to East Coast, worked fantastic. Nice having extra room to store and change in as well, great height. We didn’t take on any water but it was a dry summer so no real downpours. Zippers all worked well, fairly painless to set up, my 12 and 14 year old were able to follow instructions and get it set up. Our next adventure is to get it to install with sleeve with the sliding door open for better interior access. I am pleased with the tent standalone and attached to our Vanagon. Time will tell on its durability.

  • Debbie Schuster, A Mom’s Paradise

    Even though it was 25 degrees outside it didn’t stop the excitement of seeing the tent attached to the Suburban. My son’s were so excited to see what it would look like and how fun camping would be with the Napier SUV/Minivan tent. We like to do a lot of outdoor events and activities so the Napier SUV/Minivan tent is great for all the events that we love.

  • Collin Guernsey, Explore Gear Co

    SUV camping is different. And Napier Outdoors makes it different and fun too. Connecting a tent to our Jeep Commander is a big adjustment, but it allows for new improvements to our camp setup that we never thought about before.

  • Diana Natal, The Shady Lane

    Our newest addition to the family means that this summer we will be camping with an infant and three children ranging in ages 4-10, which makes choosing the right gear for our adventure even more important. The idea of an SUV tent that would attach directly to my car and allow us additional sleeping space inside the cargo area, plus easy access to our gear, sounded extremely convenient when camping with kids in tow.

  • From Best Buy

    We set our tent up for the first time in the living room as it was rainy outside. The instructions were easy to follow and we had it up in under half an hour, including the fly. Might be a bit longer when we pound in the stakes and hook it up to our new KIA Soul EV. (no need to worry about exhaust) 10 minutes to take it down and repack. The manufacturer recommends McNett Thunder Shield silicone water repellant, but any silicone seam sealer from your local Outdoors store should work.


    We set our tent up for the first time in the living room as it was rainy outside. The instructions were easy to follow and we had it up in under half an hour, including the fly. Might be a bit longer when we pound in the stakes and hook it up to our new KIA Soul EV. (No need to worry about exhaust) 10 minutes to take it down and repack. The manufacturer recommends McNett Thunder Shield silicone water repellant, but any silicone seam sealer from your local Outdoors store should work.

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