Freedom II Serenity

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Leisure Travel Vans Freedom II Serenity 2007
Leisure Travel Vans Freedom II Serenity 2008 and on

Leisure Travel Van RVs have been available in the North American market since 1978. The Serenity has been available since 2007. The aerodynamic fiberglass body almost unchanged in that time. Aluminum access drop-down doors for under-floor storage. Aerodynamic frameless tinted windows and underfloor sound insulation make for quite a quiet ride.

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Floor Plans

The LTV Freedom II Serenity came with the following floor plans:

From 2007's introduction it was unique as a Class B+ style van that slept 4 on the Sprinter 3500 chassis.

Two options allowed either a full time bed in the back with a residential-style Serta mattress or an electric sofa that would fold down into a bed of memory foam. Even with the 2008 change over from the 2.7L to the 3.0L chassis little changed in the Serenity. The major differences being the addition of a Macerator Pump, a bathroom window and moving the TV from above the driver to a swing out at the foot of the rear bed. The water heater was moved from under the sink to under the dinette to free up some lost storage behind the sink.

Headroom of 6'3" everywhere but in the shower. A recessed A/C unit allowed the van to stay under 9' 6", and still included an extremely large full opening skylight above the dinette.


For 2011 and on the side door was moved slightly forward so the space disappeared under the bed at night and offered space for an additional full size pantry and a small coat closet. The furnace moved from under the bed to under the passenger side dinette. The new sliding dinette table top allows for easier passage from the cab.


Again in 2014.5 the Serenity was modified to match the new Sprinter body style bringing the lines from the Sprinter into the fiberglass mold. Changes included removing the pull-out tray below the microwave, swapping the sink and toilet positions in the bath, which now includes a curved hardwood door. The air conditioner, that had been mounted in a recess above the bed, was moved and the entire ceiling was raised to the 6'2" level making walking the in rear lounge easy. 5 inch thicker roof, full of insulation, was added to keep the sun from heating the interior. With that extra height, and the A/C being mounted on top of that, the new Serenity no longer fits under a 10' garage door, bringing it more in-line with the Unity line of RVs. Extra roof space allowed for solar panels to be added from the factory. The rear spoiler was revamped as it no longer included the A/C, the new rear cap now includes a bigger access door to the under-bed storage, and water filter.

Technical Specifications

2007 Freedom II Serenity

Fresh Water Tank 50 US Gallons

Grey Water Tank 36 US Gallons

Black Water Tank 36 US Gallons

Hot Water Tank DSI (Propane/110volt) 6 US Gallons

Box Awning 12'

Propane Tank w/electric shut off 57 lbs

Generator Onan 3.6KV Propane

Furnace 16,000 BTU ducted

A/C 13,500 BTU's ducted w/ Heat Strip


In-Dash DVD plays thru house speakers and 23" TV

Flush-mount Sink and Cooktop with Hinged Glass Covers

Microwave / Convection Oven

Dual Door 3-Way Dometic Refrigerator/Freezer

Wood Look vinyl flooring throughout

Phantom brand sliding screen door and cab window screens

Solid wood positive-locking cabinetry

Dual House Batteries in exterior-accessible compartment

Chassis Specs

See T1N-specs

Rear Axle Ratio 3.73

Fog lights

Firestone Ride-Rite air suspension

Optional FlexSteel swivel front power seats

Rear-view camera monitor behind driver's visor

Winterizing: Anti-freeze pick-up and water heater by-pass

Removable 25 ft. 30-amp cord/55-amp Converter/Charger

Under-floor lockable storage on both sides with additional exterior-access to over-floor storage under dinette and rear bed.

Wheel Simulators / Full size spare

Optional Electric Stabilizer Jacks on later models replaced air ride system

Known Problems

Due to the shape of the roof, pooled rain water can pour down the side with motion of the vehicle and come in the cab windows when open. Watch out at toll booths.

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