July 3, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
For 2008, the Coachmen Freelander Class C Motorhome decided to go big – bigger storage, tanks, doors, even beds and ceilings. The 2008 Freelander also introduces two new floor plans, both offering a wide variety of new options to suit your lifestyle. New features on this Coachmen Class C motorhome include Welbeck Birch cabinetry and Satin Nickel hardware. Choice is the key word with the Freelander – choose a slide-out model, a gas or diesel engine, sleeping arrangements, decor packages, exterior storage... the list goes on. Base price of $62,500. Coachmen RV.
June 20, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The 2008 Itasca Navion Class C Motorhome is loaded with all of the creature comforts of home and much more. Built on a new Dodge Sprinter chassis, the Navion comes with your choice of either a Mercedes-Benz turbo-diesel engine or a 3.5L V6 gas Mercedes-Benz engine. The chassis’ new longer wheelbase allows for larger floorplans, and you can choose from a variety of stylish décor options. For your comfort, this Itasca Class C motorhome features a convection oven, a three-burner range top, front bunk with overhead hinged mattress, laminate countertops and a 19-inch LCD TV. Base price of $87,244. Itasca RV.
June 12, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
To guarantee the best view of your surroundings on your next vacation, travel in the 2008 Winnebago View Class C Motorhome. Built on the new Dodge Sprinter chassis, the View offers Adaptive ESP technology, which is usually found in luxury cars (ESP senses vehicle load and performance parameters to maximize handling, control and driving stability). Winnebago made this Class C motorhome even more spacious, which means even more room for great features such as curved cabinetry, contemporary fabrics, sliding storage, and an AM/FM stereo with CD player, MP3 interface and iPod dock. Base price of $86,880. Winnebago Motorhomes.
June 5, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The 2007 Coach House Platinum 261XL Class C Motorhome is a powerhouse of fun and excitement. Built with a strong foundation, the Platinum 261XL is much more than just a powerful vehicle – it’s your home away from home. Settle into this Coach House Class C motorhome with its fully equipped galley that is stocked with a microwave/convection oven, three-burner LP stove, recessed double-basin ceramic sink, refrigerator/freezer and slide-out pantry. It also has a full bathroom with a standup shower, 13,000-Btu ducted roof air conditioner and plenty of storage. Base price of $143,525. Coach House RV.
June 1, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The host with the most is the 2007 Host RV 270 Motorcoach Class C Motorhome. Built on a Ford chassis, the 270 Motorcoach’s 4L Power Stroke V8 turbodiesel 350-hp engine won’t let you down on the open roads. This Host RV Class C motorhome is built tough and looks sharp, with smooth fiberglass, vacuum-laminated exterior sidewall panels. The chic looks continue inside – choose from a selection of interior decor packages to personalize your living space. Other standard features include a 20-inch LCD flat-screen TV with DVD/CD/MP3 player, grani-coat countertops, designer-fabric window valances and a 13,500 BTU roof-mount air conditioner. Base price of $133,000. Host RV.
May 23, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
Indulge yourself with the 2007 Four Winds Chateau Class C Motorhome. When you’re rolling across the country in your Chateau, you’ll feel secure knowing that there’s a Ford 6.8L engine under the hood. To make your vacation that much more enjoyable, this Four Winds Class C motorhome offers a great deal of exceptional comfort and style. In the kitchen, you’ll find a double door refrigerator, three-burner gas range top and laminate countertops, while the bedroom features a queen-size bed with innerspring mattress, a color-coordinated bedspread, pillow shams and decorative headboard. Base price of $68,390. Four Winds RV.
May 16, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
Whether you’re on your own or with your family, the 2007 Winnebago Outlook Class C Motorhome is an adventure just waiting to be driven. With plenty of rear storage space, the Outlook allows you to pack whatever it is you need to make your next vacation a success. Some other great, new ideas that this Winnebago Class C motorhome offers is a single thermostat that controls the furnace and the ceiling-ducted air conditioning, and heat pump that provides heat on cool mornings without firing up the furnace. The Outlook has a base price of $71,039. Winnebago Motorhomes.
May 9, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
Go first class in 2007 Triple E RV Regency GT Class C Motorhome. Ideal for small families who need a compact motorhome, the Regency GT fits the bill and allows you to travel in style. Ensuring that you arrive to your destination comfortably, this Triple E Class C motorhome is packed with luxury features such as finely crafted maple cabinetry, a booth dinette, carpeting in the living area and bedroom, a swivel cocktail chair, a queen-size bed, a three-burner range and an LCD TV in the bedroom. The Regency GT has a base price of $94,780. Triple E RV.
May 7, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The 2008 Fleetwood Jamboree Sport Class C Motorhome offers camping enthusiasts a value- and feature-packed RV just in time for the summer. The Jamboree Sport has four different floor plans to choose from, offering flexibility and convenience to suit a variety of needs. For its 2008 Class C motorhome, Fleetwood offers a host of features, such as raised-panel hardwood cabinet doors, a fully appointed bathroom with residential-style sink and faucet, a kitchen with large stainless steel galley sink, and three-burner stove with oven and microwave. Approximate base price is $61,500. Fleetwood Motorhomes.
May 7, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
It’s all about taking it to the max in the 2007 Gulf Stream Endura Class C Motorhome. The Endura maximizes storage and living space so you and your family can make the most of this Gulf Stream Class C motorhome. Using an innovative three-zone living concept, the Endura is broken down into three zones: the family/living room, the dining doom/galley, and sleeping quarters. This motorhome’s exterior features super-slick fiberglass and a one-piece textured fiberglass Filon Flexroof, giving it a polished look. Base price of $114,198. Gulf Stream Coach.
May 3, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The all-new 2007 Georgie Boy Maverick Class C Motorhome comes loaded with an impressive list of standard features. Interior appointments such as Welbeck birch cabinetry, hardwood cabinet doors, a hide-a-bed sofa, a lounge chair, booth dinette, a skylight over the shower and a one-piece ABS tub surround make the Maverick feel like you haven’t left home. The family chef can cook up a storm in this Georgie Boy Class C motorhome with a three-burner high-output range with oven, lighted range hood, double-door refrigerator and microwave oven. The Maverick has a base price of $74,290. Georgie Boy Motorhomes.
April 23, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The legend is true – the 2007 Bigfoot 3000 Series Class C Motorhome is larger than life (although not as hairy as first reported). Built on the Ford E-450 chassis and constructed with the patented Fibercore Wallsystem, the Bigfoot 3000 Motorhome is ready to cut a path through the wilderness. With seven floor plans to choose from, the Bigfoot 3000 offers lots of space for you to store your golf clubs, bikes and other items you’ll need to enjoy your down time. Bigfoot 3000 standard features include a spring-filled foam mattress, a three-burner cooktop oven and a two-way six cubic foot refrigerator. Base price of $96,195. Bigfoot RV.
April 20, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
Roam where you want to 365 days a year with the 2007 Coachmen Concord 275 Class C Motorhome. The Concord’s Ford E-45 6.8L engine, 55-gallon fuel tank, radial tires, high visibility LED running lights and air assisted suspension will keep you moving, no matter what Mother Nature throws your way. Interiors are inviting, with Welbeck Birch cabinetry, a hide-a-bed sofa, an ultra leather euro chair, cedar lined wardrobes and designer kitchen countertops. The 2007 Concord 275 Motorhome has a base price of $81,093. Coachmen Recreational Vehicle Company.
April 15, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
It’s not too big, not too small – it’s just right! The 2007 Coach House Platinum 231XL Class C Motorhome has everything you’ll need to feel just like you’re at home, but small enough to make any driver feel comfortable behind the wheel. The Platinum 231XL Ford E450 chassis, V-10 engine, dual rear wheels, heavy-duty suspension and steel frame rails make it feel like you are driving a luxury automobile. Inside, it’ll feel like you are living in the lap of luxury, with a fully equipped galley, a full bathroom, a motorized sofa-bed, a 13,000-Btu ducted roof air conditioner and plenty of storage. The Platinum 231XL Motorhome has a base price of $127,191. Coach House Inc.
March 28, 2007 | Class C Motorhomes
The 2007 Born Free 22-ft Built For Two Class C Motorhome is the perfect getaway vehicle for empty nesters to travel the country in style and comfort. One of the most unique features the Built For Two offers is its revolutionary, patent-pending remote control twin beds, so you and your partner can choose the most comfortable TV watching, lounging or sleeping position. The Built For Two Class C Motorhome has a 6.8L Ford V-10 engine, E350 chassis, electronic five-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel anti-lock brake system. Base price of $70,805. Born Free Motorcoach.