That is so totally rad. . . I did the mother of all road trips in my Sienna (ripped out most of the seats and recarpeted it). . . and fully lived out of it for months (in Alaska/TheYukon/BC/Alberta). . . it would have been WAY better to be able to stand up in it, that's for sure.
If I didnt own a Syncro Westy already,
this is what I'd consider for my 'E'
Ursa Minor has set out to replace the void left by the
Volkswagen Camper. The company makes pop-up campers for
the Honda Element. Ursa Minor can sell you a new Honda
Element with the ECAMPER installed, or kits to retrofit
your Element if you have a sunroof.
The base ECAMPER will add at least $4300 to the price
of your new Element, while the kits cost the same amount.
There are a few extras available, like color-matched
paint and Yakima or Thule rack mounts that can add to
Ursa says its camper will sleep two people by simply
popping the latch and climbing up. It features a 85″x50″ mattress with LED reading lamps for
lighting. The shell of the camper is made from carbon
fiber and lifted with gas struts. For more details,
check out Ursa Minor’s site below.