2021 Lance 1575 Travel Trailer Reviews and Virtual Floor Plan Walkthrough
Length (Bumper to Hitch)
20 ft. 5 in.
Cargo Carrying Capacity
Gross Vehicle Weight
7 ft. 1 in.
9 ft. 10 in.
6 ft. 6 in.
Fresh Water Tank Capacity
Gray Water Tank Capacity
Black Water Tank Capacity
Lance sets a new standard for lightweight travel trailers with the 1575 Travel Trailer. Tipping the scales at 2,775 pounds dry weight, the Lance 1575 is towable by most, even the smallest vehicles.
Lance is saving weight by using Azdel™ to replace the wood walls and Lite-Ply™ for the cabinets. Strong and light are the words to describe this new addition to the Lance line.
Lance 1575 Floor Plan Layout
The kitchen in the Lance 1575 comes with a three-burner stove, a convection oven and a overhead microwave which is sitting next to the sink.
The fridge and freezer are opposite the cooking area. Closet space for hanging clothes is next to the fridge.
The bathroom has a curtain to separate the commode from the shower. In a nod more shower space, the curtain rod swings wide to reach past the shower stall's bottom lip. A strap holds it securely to the wall when not in use.
The dining area slides out to give you more floor space when parked. This also converts into the second bed at 46" x78". It has reading lights.
The 28-inch flat-screen TV is wall mount on an arm that pivots, allowing the screen to be seen from anywhere in the RV.
Specifications and Features of the Lance 1575
The Lance 1575 is a single axle travel trailer that boasts 15 feet, nine inches of floor space. The total overall length of the Lance 1575 is 20 feet, five inches. It stands nine feet, 10 inches, giving you plenty of clearance space going through underpasses.
The RV will support another 925 pounds of weight. That's a lot of clothes, food and other needs for four people on vacation.
The fridge is five cubic feet, a bit larger than a true mini-fridge.
The unit comes with a five-gallon propane tank to power the stove and oven and a 14.3m furnace to keep you warm on the coldest nights. You can take a larger tank if needed and connect that when parked.
The freshwater tank is a healthy 26 gallons, enough water for several showers and plenty of drinking and cooking. It heats with gas and uses electrical backup as needed. The gray water and the black water tank each hold 26 gallons, again a generous amount not often seen in an RV trailer of this size.
In the optional equipment, you can get a Coleman 13.5k BTU or 15k BTU AC unit as a roof mount with a digital wall thermostat. The unit will keep you cool on the hottest of days. In case you like sitting outside, a 12-foot roll-up awning. The awning has LED lighting for when the sun goes down and you want to enjoy the night.
Another option offered in the Lance 1575 is a 109-watt solar panel and pre-wiring for additional panels once you get parked.
This is a perfect travel trailer for a getaway for a weekend or longer. A couple or a family with two small children who want a place to sleep after seeing the sights will appreciate the Lance 1575 Travel Trailer. Hunters and fishermen will appreciate the kitchen being enough to cook full meals.