Bean has four teardrop models at different base prices:
The minimalist model, Bean Stock, starts at $16,650
The lightweight roadster model, Classic Bean, starts at $17,950
The premium off-road model, Mean Bean, starts at $17,950
The even more capable, Meaner Bean, starts at $19,950
- Bean Stock’s, average price is $17,585
- Classic Bean’s, average price is $18,477
- Mean Bean’s, average price is $21,847
- Meaner Bean’s, average price is $25,357
Some of our most popular towing vehicles are Tacomas and 4 Runner’s but we reccomend at least 2700 lbs of towing capacity.
Bean can be plumbed for a ClimateRight air conditioner that fits in our front rack. This way you can have it ready to go for hot summer days but also remove it easily if you are in need of more storage.
We do not but we work closely with Mountain America and they will be more than happy to get you set up. We require 25% down upon ordering and the remaining bill when the trailer is completed.
Unfortunately, we don’t rent our trailers. Although, there are usually a few individuals that rent Bean Trailer’s locally.
We offer a Limited Lifetime warranty on our roofline and a structural 1 year warranty. Navigate to our Why Bean page to see our entire warranty disclosure.
All of our teardrops come with solar hookups!
Bean’s classic design does not come with a toilet but there are some great camping ready porter potty options out there.
Yes we do. We often post updates and trailer walk-throughs on our YouTube channel.
Yes. Keeping it simple is the name of the game. Our trailer’s are made of a one-piece fiberglass shell, this means any local boat service shop will be able to fix any damage incurred to the trailer.
With the available Thule ProBars there is a maximum load of 220lbs. dynamic weight. This is an iKamper X Cover and a water-filled Road Shower 4.
We have a couple wheel options that come standard with the trailers. With a Bean Stock or Classic, you’ll be equipped with a ST205/75R15 Kenda Karrier on a 15” Black Mod Wheel. For the Mean and Meaner packages, a LT235/75R15 General Grabber ATX is mounted on a Pro Comp 51 Series wheel in either a 15×7 or 15×8, respectively.
We only sell direct out of our headquarters based in Salt Lake City, Utah but if you follow us on social media and go to our Bean Tracker or Events page you can see if we’re coming to a town near you.
We normally do not, but it never hurts to ask!
Each one of our models come with a spare tire. The mount location varies depending on your specific build.
Height for the cabin is 53”.
The Mean and Meaner Bean trailers are 14’ ¼” long, 7’ 2” wide from end cap to end cap.
The Classic Bean and Bean Stock trailers are 14’ ¼” long, 7’ 2” wide from end cap to end cap.
The height of Bean Stock & Classic are 80” tall.
The height of Mean Bean is 81” tall.
The height of Meaner Bean is 83” tall.
When adding the Thule ProBar with Roof Brackets this will add an additional +2” to trailer height.
Find the model’s trailer height + Thule ProBar height + the height of the tent you’ve picked out and this will equal your total height.
For example, an iKamper Skycamp is 12.5” + Bean Stock 80” + Thule ProBars 2” = 94.5”.
We can print custom vinyl decals and exterior wraps per your request. Outside of the standard colors listed on our trailer pages we will color match according to the RAL spectrum as a an upgrade.
Yes we are proud to offer $500 off for our military men and women!
Yes, we designed the front spare mount receiver to accept Alta Rack’s 4 Pack Mount. This accommodates wheel sizes from 20 inch up to 29+ inches.
This is an easy switch. Just disconnect the stand from the front of your trailer and connect to your vehicles receiver mount.
All Bean Trailers are sold factory direct from our facility here in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The max limit is 200 lbs
Yes. The insulation is comprised of 3/4” bug and water resistant space age composite material.
- Bean Stock = 165 lbs
- Classic Bean = 185 lbs
- Mean Bean = 200 lbs
- Meaner Bean = 220 lbs
Most likely yes! Depending on your model and configuration there may be additional changes that come with the added heater.
MeanBean and MeanerBean come with Mickey Thompson all-terrain tires.
Yes, the composite wall material allows about 12” of extra headroom which makes a big difference in how it feels inside. The total headroom measures 54″.
Yes, Bean has a soft touch headliner with dimmable recessed lights. The galley has accent lighting where you can change the color.