Napier-Products

4WD Vehicle Tents

Sportz 4WD Tent - Model 84000
$550.00

Turn your SUV into the ultimate camping oasis with a Sportz SUV Tent. Simply attached the universal vehicle sleeve to your SUV and enjoy all the added benefits. Don’t worry about unpacking, keep all your gear in the vehicle and sleep in the tent. You may also, catch some Z’s in the cargo area and use the tent as living space. For you worry warts, sleep blissfully knowing your vehicle is right there incase a hungry bear strolls by. For backyard camping, convert the SUV Tent into a ground tent by unzipping the vehicle sleeve, exclusive to Napier’s tents.

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  • The universal vehicle sleeve, easily adjusts to your vehicle for a custom fit every time

  • Connects to the cargo area of your vehicle, creating additional sleeping space or extra storage area

  • Transform the SUV tent into a standard ground tent by fully removing the vehicle sleeve, exclusive to Napier’s tents

  • Spacious 10’ x 10’ tent with 6’ x 7’ screen room boasts a towering 7.25’ of headroom and sleeps up to 6 guests

  • Full rainfly to provide ultimate weather protection

  • Large 6’ awning provides shade and a protected spot for bulky gear

  • Storm flaps on doors and windows adds additional weather protection, and privacy

  • Keep your gear organized with the gear loft, 2 gear pockets and a built in lantern holder

  • Quick and easy one person assembly, takes 15 minutes to set-up

  • Expandable carrying bag for storage

















FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Will bugs find their way into the tent through the vehicle sleeve?
No, the vehicle sleeve has two fabric flaps on the inside that allows you to seal any minor gaps that may occur in the vehicle sleeve due to the shape/curve of your vehicle. If you are extremely concerned, you can use magnets on the flaps to secure it to your vehicle however it is not necessary.


Will the Sportz 84000 4WD tent fit on my 4WD vehicle that has barn doors?
The Sportz 84000 4WD tent will work for most vehicles with barn doors. For safety reasons, we recommend that the doors remain closed while you are sleeping.


Will the�Sportz 84000 4WD tent tent fit on a truck that has a camper shell/cap on it?
Yes, providing the height of the vehicle from the ground to the top does not exceed 80".

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 Coded Fiberglass 6 Steel Awning: 2 Steel


Storm Flaps: Yes - (Windows, Door)


Water Proofing: 1200 mm PU Coating


Wall and Roof Material: 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


Storage Room: Gear Loft, 2 Gear Pockets, Lantern Holder & Expandable Carrying Bag


Warranty: 1 Year


DOWNLOAD SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS HERE.

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Reviewed by Jessica B (Austin, TX) | 2003 Honda Element | September 05, 2013
I love the 8400 tent. It's huge and very sturdy. It's 7.25 ft tall (which is awesome), so it can be a bit difficult to erect it alone. With two people, it take less than 15 minutes to get it up. After an epic rainstorm the other night, where trees nearby fell over, only one of the fiberglass poles splintered. That was the total damage the tent sustained. AutoAnything and Napier were fabulous about replacing the pole, under warranty. I also really like that it can attach or stand alone.


Reviewed by Thomas H (Melbourne, FL) | 2005 Honda Odyssey | April 07, 2013
Besides getting lots of curious campers asking us about our tent, our family of 5 loves the spaciousness. We use the optional porch as our "kitchen."


Reviewed by David S (Cedar Creek, TX) | 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser | March 20, 2013
Very easy setup( just follow the instructions) I like the screen porch area to keep bugs out especially flies & bee's...as far I'm concerned I'm comfortable with it except it a little pricey but it will pay off in a few camping trip other than paying $150+ a night hotel. Gone camping!


Reviewed by Alfred E (New Milford, PA) | 2008 Hyundai Entourage | August 15, 2012
Set up my model 84000 tent on my Van with the help of my 11 year old and 5 year old grandsons. Took a bit of time of time as it was the first time I set it up. Once up it worked out real well. My three grandsons (the third being 6) and I spent the night in it on our property. The tent seems to be made well and we liked the screened openings in the roof as we were watching the night sky and saw a few meteors pass within the earths atmosphere. I am satisfied with the tent.


Reviewed by Joe F (Maben, MS) | 2008 Dodge Caravan | September 12, 2008
Excellent value. No problem to put up or take down. I'm 74 years old. If I can do it anyone can. Even got it back into the bag with no problem. We sleep in our 2008 dodge grand caravan on an air matress. Use the tent to stand up to change clothes. Works great!



Reviewed by Thomas H (Melbourne, FL) | 2005 Honda Odyssey | April 07, 2013

Besides getting lots of curious campers asking us about our tent, our family of 5 loves the spaciousness. We use the optional porch as our "kitchen."



Reviewed by Lee S (New Bern, NC) | 2013 Toyota Tacoma | March 22, 2013

Recently got a '13 Taco double cab with 6' bed and mid-rise camper shell. Had rear glass remove and installed accordion boot for access to camper. With the Sportz tent attached it makes for an excellent set up for me. Air mattress in truck bed works great. Only tested tent so far for fit and now just waiting for warmer weather to put it to use.




Reviewed by Travis (Los Angeles, CA) | 2004 Toyota 4Runner | July 18, 2012


I used the tent for the first time this past weekend and thought it was great!! My wife even enjoyed camping and I wasn't sure that was possible. I heard from reviews that people said that it was hard to set up, but me and my friend set it up for the first time in the dark and only took us 10 minutes, very simple. They even have a video that shows you how to set it up, I would advise watching it first if you are unsure. Others said that it wouldn’t fit back in the bag that it comes with, but again, I had no problem with it at all. The only cons were the tent pegs that came with it. They had no point at the end and bent every time you hammered them in. I went to REI and bought some titanium tent pegs and problem was solved. The tent is big and very roomy. I'm 6'5" and could walk around the tent with no problem. I have a 2004 Toyota 4Runner and the fit was perfect. Great tent, can’t wait to use it again!




Reviewed by JEFFREY L (Gouverneur, NY) | 2007 Ford Escape | June 26, 2007

Like it a lot.Easy to set up. Quality is good. Only have ONE concern. Why do I have to seal the seams? A pain. I kayak in northern NY & it rains a lot here.So I just bought the rain fly. Nice. We like it enough to buy another for our son, recently back from Iraq. Strongly recommend,( please seal the seams).



Reviewed by Joanne P L (Berlin, NH) | 2006 Honda Element | August 16, 2007

We have used our Napier SUV tent on two weekend trips and are really glad we bought it. The few moments that it takes to attach or detach the tent to our Honda Element are outweighed by the advantage of having access to our gear in the back of the vehicle from inside the tent. No more unzipping and zipping tent doors and opening and closing vehicle doors to get something that you need from the vehicle. The 10'X 10'size was perfect, as it is tall enough that we can stand up inside without hitting our heads on the lantern hanging from the gear loft. We sealed the seams before our first trip and have had no rain problems. We ordered the long rain fly for even more rain protection and actually use both the short one and the long one at the same time for two awnings. No hesitations on recommending this tent to SUV owners! Thanks!




Reviewed by Robert G (Ledyard, CT) | 2007 Honda Element | March 28, 2010

We purchased the 84000 model for our Element and immediately put it up for a trial run. That took 45 minutes for the complete setup using the guide book, but it is pretty self explanatory and next time will be less then 15 minutes without the guide. It goes up pretty easily, even on a breezy day. It is large (almost seems to dwarf the Honda Element) and if there were strong winds that might present a problem. The 2 tent poles seem sturdy and the attachment to the car secure. The access to the car from the tent is great. The tent is HUGE and having the attached screened room will be nice for protecting us and equipment. It is large enough one could bring a smaller picnic table inside it. The floor seems durable so no footprint required for the tent. We will take the advice of others and put seam sealant on the seams. That appears to be a weak spot. There is only one size rain cover which seems small but hopefully adequate. We won't know that until it rains. Prior to this we used a carport which had rain issues along with various size tents, but this looks like a great blend.