Hot off the press: Livin’ Lite RV, manufacturer of lightweight aluminum-frame and composite towables, has introduced the Aluma-Lite Ignite, a flashy toy hauler badged as a 2016 model. As with other Livin’ Lite models, the door and floor framing are made of tubular aluminum.
Inside, the trailer has handcrafted decorative wood cabinetry doors, bringing a residential feel to the toy hauler.
The Ignite is offered in four floorplans in 24-, 26-, 28- and 30-foot lengths; all models are 8½ feet wide. Bold graphics on its fiberglass exterior have a custom-painted look and feature a liquid-flame design. Weights range from 5,000 to 6,000 pounds, and Scott Tuttle, Livin’ Lite president, claims they are “true half-ton towables.”
The models feature cargo areas from 14 to 20 feet long that, the company claims, are the largest in the industry and offer multiple sleeping arrangements. Fold-up sofas/beds and dinettes/beds with portable tables are part of the package. Luxuriously equipped kitchens and bedrooms are also part of the Ignite’s features. Toy hauler ramp door openings are 7 feet wide, and interior headroom is higher than 7 feet. Freshwater capacity is 63 gallons, while gray- and black-water capacity is 28 gallons.
MSRPs range from $35,000 to $45,000.
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