Newmar Launches 2011 Fifth-Wheel Line
August 30, 2010
Filed under Trailer News
During the recent Newmar Kountry Klub Rally in Goshen, Indiana, Newmar Corporation unveiled its 2011 fifth-wheel lineup.
Due to dealer and customer input, Nappanee, Indiana-based Newmar has
resurrected its legacy towable brands of Kountry Star and Kountry Aire,
replacing the Cypress and Torrey Pine brands, respectively. In addition,
the toy hauler brand, X-Aire, has gone through significant changes for
2011, according to a news release.
“The product brands Kountry Star and Kountry Aire are identified
with Newmar,” said John Sammut, Newmar vice president of sales and
marketing. “Dealers and customers realize the brand equity of both
products. The decision to change names and revamp over eighty percent of
the floor plans offered was met with great excitement by dealers and
customer’s alike at the rally.”
Kountry Star will feature nine floorplans, ranging from 32 feet to
37 feet, with two wood and interior choices, Sony televisions,
automatic television lifts on some models, and optional Villa Stone Tile
floors and Corian countertops and stairs.
Kountry Aire will be offered in five floorplans all either 36 feet
or 37 feet in length. Key features include four exterior graphics
choices, hardwood desktops and dinettes, Ultralux leather sofas, halogen
lighting and optional Manhattan maple glazed cabinet doors, ceramic
tile, Sleep Number Deluxe Air Mattresses and hydraulic leveling jacks.
The X-Aire toy hauler is available in five floorplans, ranging
from 38 feet to 41 feet, including a 41-foot bath-and-a-half floorplan.
Changes for 2011 include two new graphic choices, two interior décor and
wood choices, new fascia and headboard designs, new laminate
countertops, larger Sony televisions, and popular options such as, solid
surface countertops and side by side washer and dryer.
All three Newmar towable products will be introduced to the public
at the upcoming Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show, located in Booth No.
522, September 15-19 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Story courtesy of RV Business