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Sportz SUV Tent (With Screen Room)

84000

$479.99 CAD

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This is the ultimate in vehicle camping comfort. The 84000 Sportz SUV Tent transforms any CUV or SUV into a complete campsite. With a full size tent, 6’x7′ Screen Room, and extendable awning, there’s room for any adventure! With direct access to the hatch while inside the tent, you can keep your gear safe while lounging in your main tent or dining bug-free in the screen room. With the Sportz SUV Tent, home is wherever you want it to be.

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Product features of the Sportz SUV Tent 84000

Product features of the Sportz SUV Tent 84000

CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
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.

 

Capacity

5-6 Plus 2 in the Cargo

Dimensions

17' x 10' (6' at Screen Room Entrance)

Center Height

7.25'

Weight

53 lbs.

Color

Blue & Grey

No. of Doors

2

No. of Windows

3

No. of Poles

Tent: 5 Shock Corded Fiberglass, 6 Steel Awning: 2 Steel

Storm Flaps

Yes- Windows & Door

Water Proofing

1200 mm PU Coating

Wall & Roof Materials

Polyester Taffeta

Window Material

Polyester Mesh

Floor Material

Polyethylene

Rainfly Material

Polyester Taffeta with Taped Seams

Rear Access Panel

Yes

Awning

Yes

Use

3 Seasons- Spring, Summer, Fall

Storage

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

Warranty

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. Due to the long pole design of the Sportz Dome-To-Go (86000) and the Backroadz SUV Tent (13100 and 19100), it may be slightly more challenging to complete set-up solo.

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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12 reviews for Sportz SUV Tent (With Screen Room)

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  • Laurence Parsons

    I just wanted to say how much we have enjoyed using our 84000 tent over the last couple of years. It has proven to be an outstanding option for a quick weekend getaway when we don’t want the hassle of hooking up the travel trailer. Last weekend we were in torrential rain in the Idaho mountains and stayed dry and warm. Its a great design and great quality. My only gripe is that it could be lighter, more like the materials used in a backpacking tent, but then I guess that would add to the cost. Overall an excellent solution offering tons of attached space. The annex is especially nice and we can cook (carefully) or even shower in bad weather.

  • Verified Amazon Customer

    For a first time camper who doesn’t want to spend a lot of money this is a great way to start the adventure. I am a senior camper and found that the tent was easy for me to set up and take down without help. I had no trouble attaching it to my SUV and when it was all set up, it was very roomy. Glad I bought this. Highly recommended.

  • Serena From Amazon

    Excellent tent. Able to relax in a dry, bug-free area while sleeping on an air mattress in the bed of a truck.

    A lot of people ask “will it fit my vehicle” questions (examples of vehicles are on the Napier site). We used this with a 4WD Ford F250 that has a cab-height canopy. The bonnet wraps nicely around the canopy, but it was approaching the limit for size. With the bonnet on, we were able to open the rear canopy window. The longest straps did not reach the front of the truck, so we hooked them to the lower lip of the truck bed just behind the cab. The side straps fit fine at the wheel wells. The bonnet opening is just large enough for a full-width tailgate to fit through.

    Tent is very well constructed. The floor is made of a tarp-like material, and wraps up the side about 6 inches to help keep water out. Doors on driver side and at the rear. Window-only on passenger side. Bonnet door at tailgate. All doors and windows have zippered privacy flaps (including bonnet side). Top has 3 vented panels that do not have covers. There is a separate rain fly that covers top panels and 3 sides to the ground, with zippered sides that can be opened. The rain fly does not cover the bonnet area. The rain fly adds privacy and helps keep the test warmer on a cool day.

    Setup can be done with a single person, but easier with two, and takes just a few minutes. 4 Solid fiberglass poles provide the structure for the roof, and 4 metal poles provide the vertical support on the corners. Heavily constructed plastic pieces connect the 4 fiberglass poles in the center, and the fiberglass to metal poles in the corners.

    Tent does not need to be staked since it is attached to vehicle, but should probably be staked if there is nothing inside weighting it down. Tent is definitely heavy, so it’s not practical for packing very far, though it can be used stand-alone (without vehicle). Comes with a properly sized zippered duffle bag with carrying handles, and stores neatly.

  • Verified Amazon Customer

    I finally got around to using this SUV TENT. It’s big and it’s tall. I can stand up in the main section easily. Did I say it was big?

    There are several configurations. The simplest setup is to just use it as a standalone tent – no SUV – where you set up just the main section only without using the rain fly/sun shade awning, the “breazeway” section or the part that allows you to hook up to your SUV. This is what I did when I first used it. It’s great that you don’t have to hook it up to a vehicle in order for the tent to function properly. It’s very versatile in that regard because some campsites might not accommodate such a setup – TENT ONLY in other words.

    After that simplest of setups, you can begin to start using the tent’s other features. You can add the rain fly to the top. It also doubles as open air sun shade. This is great on hot days, let me tell you! Especially when there are no shade-providing trees around. You can also setup the enclosed “breezeway” if you want, but you don’t have to if you don’t have the space or simply do not want to hassle with it. It’s a great place to sit and still be indoors so to speak. This section does not have a floor, but bare ground instead. It’ll hold two folding chairs easily. This is another very nice feature to have especially during the mosquito-filled evenings.You can also gain access to the main sleeping area through a zipper door right behind the “breezeway”. This part of the tent will just simply hang down if you don’t set it up. It stays attached to the main sleeping room, whereas the rain fly can be removed. Of course last but certainly not least, is the configuration where you have the tent fully hooked up to your SUV. This is by far the best one. Your kids can sleep up in the vehicle and be safe and sound while everyone else sleeps in the main section.

    There’s a net that hooks to the ceiling of the main sleeping room where you can hang a light and keep your precious belongings safe and sound like your smartphone or tablet. At night, you can look up at the stars when the rain fly is not attached. The tent has a some see through netting up there.

    It’s BIG!. Outside of that, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this tent. FOUR STARS because of the rather high price.

    UPDATE——-6/21/2015———–

    I just got back from camping in the Black Hills near Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota; I took the whole family, five of us, two adults and three kids. We stayed at Sylvan Lake Campgrounds and Recreational Area located in Custer State Park. It’s a wonderful place to visit, but it’s up there in the Black Hills where the weather can change in a matter of minutes. We were there for five days and four nights and the weather changed as many times. It rained three times. It got kinda windy for a while. It was cold at night. It was both hot and cold during the daytime. It got foggy a few times. It was sunny. It was overcast. You name it, we lived through it. Thankfully it didn’t snow. The tent was a godsend. My wife and I first set it up without attaching it to our SUV. All five of us slept in the tent that first night. Plenty of room. The next two nights we attached it to the SUV, and the two small kids slept up in it while us bigger family members slept in the tent. That was the best. We had air mattresses and it was like sleeping on my bed at home. The rain fly worked miracles. It kept the tent dry, warm, and wind free. Thank you rain fly!!!!

    We even set up the BREAZEWAY. Though we hardly used it except to store some of our gear so to keep it from getting wet when it rained.

    I couldn’t be happier. Perhaps I’ll give it a 5 star rating. Maybe I’ll do that after I use it one more time on another epic camping trip with the whole family.

  • Leslie Jensen

    I bought this tent for a 3 1/2 month camping road trip. I like a lot of space when camping with other folks. For me, nothing spoils a camping trip more than being crammed to tightly in a tent that you get no sleep. That said, this 6-person tent was used for only 2 people. It was fantastic. We had enough room for a double mattress pad and sleeping bags, but all our gear inside the tent. We also stored lots of gear in the vestibule, which is really nice. It can keep you gear nearby and dry if it rains. We only attached it to the car one time while boondocking in Valley of the Gods. Generally, standard camp sites are not set up in a way that you can set up the tent and attach it to your car. But, it works fine as a stand alone tent. My guess is that’s how it will get used most of the time.

    One star removed: I only wish it had a proper rain fly attachment that can be used when not attached to the car – I can’t be that hard to make something that can be zipped into that opening. We gerry-rigged a “rain fly” for that open wall with the vestibule foot pad and spare tent poles for the awning. It didn’t work that great, but kept most of the rain out.

    It’s also quite large and heavy – it’s a 6-person tent so that’s how it is. I’m a 50 year old female and was still able to set it up and take it down alone, but it was very time consuming and you have to get clever with getting the rain fly over the top of the tent. With 2 people set up and take down only takes about 20 minutes.

    Quality materials and construction – I will last a good long while. But know that it may leak when used as a stand alone tent and it’s size and weight can be limiting for some folks.

  • Adam

    So far we’ve used the tent for approximately 20 days over 5 trips in temperatures from 30 to 90. We attach the tent to a small camp trailer with small propane heater and A/C. The tent has held up well so far and we’ve never had any leaks even during thunderstorms (remember to seal your seams). It’s really easy to put up and take down. It fits three cots for the kids and there’s still room inside to play cards. It always packs away easy thanks to the expandable storage bag.

  • Susan

    Amazing tent, so easy to put up and take down again, really roomy and makes camping comfortable being able to sleep in our vehicle (a Ford Escape) and use the tent for everything else. Absolutely love it, recommend this to anyone thinking of buying one. Hope that you can get a distributor in NZ.

  • jfkim78 on Amazon

    Easy setup and really functional as i can attach to back of my van and use the back for the kids to sleep and play. We took it to Oregon and got a few compliments at the campground. Easy to secure and tie around trunk so no flies would get in.

  • Linda on Amazon

    Loved the addition for bedroom basically. The screen porch is great, just loved that. Take off shoes out there, 10 foot square main room stayed clean. Nice not to have to take a separate screen porch. There were 4 of us sitting in the screen part playing cards and no mosquitos. Also had a door on the Main section and a canopy there too. The large screens and covers are easy to zip. Either together or separate.
    We liked this tent. We are retired and can still pull the boat and have a nice spacious unique tent with basically 3 rooms. It rained hard two nights in a row. We stayed dry. That was awesome. No floor or side wall leaks. If you have ever set up a tent before this one will be easy.

  • Amazon Customer

    I bought this tent for my teardrop camper. I wanted a tent that would fit my galley. Even though it isn’t made for a teardrop, I found it to work perfectly . It’s perfect for winter camping.

  • Tomakze on Amazon

    This thing is AWESOME! We are camping in style now! The tent is built to last, this is an investment that should last for YEARS. It is roomy, comfortable, fairly easy to set up (There are a lot of elements to it, but that is unavoidable for a tent this size) and works great. We got a lot of attention while camping out of it. People thought it was the coolest thing. I have ours attached to the end of our truck with a camper shell on it, and we sleep in the bed. Much better than sleeping on the ground!

  • Patricia from North Kingstown, RI on Wayfair

    Great size, lots of space. It was easy to put together and to take down. I love that we can still use our SUV while camping because we can just zip up the part that goes around the car.

  • Carol from Bixby, OK on Wayfair

    This is a great tent for single person or family needs. I set it up by myself in less than an hour. Love the extra space it gives me for storage and sleeping areas. Can’t wait to give it a try at the lake.

  • Jay Crawford, Cheap is the New Classy

    What we wanted was a tent that we could use during the day but then sleep in our car at night. That’s when we found Napier and their line of vehicle tents. These are tents that actually attach to your truck and SUV allowing you to sleep in your vehicle instead of the ground. What?!

  • From AutoAnything

    I set the tent up prior to my trip because I read that the tents can have a very strong smell when first set up. Set up and breakdown were simple after done once. The instruction book that’s attached to the inside of the tent bag was confusing but I managed to use common sense to set the tent up. Where we camped it rained and it was cold. The rain fly did a great job at keeping the tent dry. It does let cold drafts inside so be prepared with blankets and heaters.

  • Auto Anything

    Great product, easy installation, love the screen room and the height of tent. Tightness of tent around SUV is great and easily removed to drive off. Tent is still standing. Highly recommend

  • Auto Anything

    Great product, easy installation, love the screen room and the height of tent. Tightness of tent around SUV is great and easily removed to drive off. Tent is still standing. Highly recommend

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