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2010 Phoenix Cruiser 2350

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

Among the things you’re most likely to notice when stepping into the 24-foot Phoenix Cruiser 2350 is that you won’t have to fiddle with converting a sofa or dinette into a bed before turning in at night. The floor-plan’s permanent full-size bed, tucked into the rear corner on the passenger side of Phoenix USA’s Class C motorhome, means that the bed is always made and ready for use.

Like all Phoenix Cruisers, the 2350 is a fiberglass-and-aluminum B-plus-style motorhome that is actually a Class C, built without a cab-over. This provides easier handling, a
more aerodynamic ride and a more modern appearance than most Class C‘s.

The vacuum-bonded Phoenix Cruiser 2350 sports molded front
and rear caps and is equipped with a 6-cubic-foot double-door refrigerator, two-burner
recessed range, 30,000 btu furnace, booth dinette, solid-surface counter-tops with
solid-wood extensions, oversize galley sink, choice of maple or cherry raised-cabinet
doors, ball-bearing drawer guides, day/night shades with decorative valances and carpeting.  For that early morning pick-me-up, the 2350 even has a coffeemaker mounted in the kitchen.

Popular options on the 2350 – featuring rubber pucks installed between the floor and the
frame for a smoother ride – include a surround-sound DVD player, backup monitor, leveling
jacks, insulated windows and six-way power seats.

For privacy, a folding door the width of the coach separates the living area from the bedroom and full dry bath with shower.

With four exterior color options and matching interior decors, the 2350 floor-plan is also
available with a single slide-out that eliminates the dinette in favor of an electric
tri-fold sofa to provide extra sleeping capacity. In place of the dinette is a removable
table that sits in front of the sofa and stores behind a barrel chair, located behind the
passenger’s cockpit seat.

For storage, the coach is equipped with overhead cabinets above
the dinette, a large closet in the bedroom and a slide-out exterior compartment curbside.

While the 12,500-pound gvwr Ford E-350 cutaway chassis powered by a Triton V-10 gas engine is standard, the Phoenix Cruiser 2350 is available on the high-mileage, 11,030-pound gvwr imported Sprinter 3500 cab chassis powered by a 6-cylinder 3.0-l 154-hp turbocharged Mercedes-Benz diesel engine.

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