X-Aire Fifth-Wheel Toy Hauler

November 1, 2010
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Imagine an RV that has room for all your toys — both big and small — and then some, and you get the 2010 X-Aire fifth-wheel SURV from Newmar Corporation. In addition to a large garage with thick-ply flooring, a ramp rated at 3,000 pounds and a fueling station, there’s a list of standard amenities that you would expect to find in a well-equipped fifth-wheel.

 

The X-Aire has a gvwr of 21,000 pounds and numerous floorplan choices (a total of seven for 2010) depending on what toys you travel with and how much interior space you’re willing to sacrifice for them, but all of the configurations have fully loaded kitchens and comfortable bedrooms and bathrooms with day/night shades on the windows. The galley features an 8 cubic-foot Norcold refrigerator and a microwave oven and three-burner cooktop with oven, perfect for making a quick snack or a family dinner. In the main living space there’s a loft area, a sofa bed and a built-in booth dinette. In the bedroom there’s a queen-size bed and an LCD TV. If you want to turn your RV into party central, try the entertainment system with an optional 350-watt Kicker sound system, up to a 40-inch LCD TV, surround sound, DVD player and an AM/FM radio with a CD player.

 

The complete list of standard amenities is pretty hard to find in any other similar RV, and with bold, sporty exterior paint choices and the tagline “You’ll Rock Everywhere You Roll,” we dare you to not have a good time in this versatile fifth-wheel toy hauler.

 

For more information, call (800) 731-8300 or visit www.newmarcorp.com

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