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Embassy 35′

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

As the newest diesel-pusher from Canadian manufacturer Triple E Recreational Vehicles, the
Embassy A35FW is offered as a buyer’s first step into this class of motorhomes. With a base
msrp of $142,655, the unit is designed to appeal to those who have always wanted to own a
coach of this type – but were often intimidated by the higher prices. “Due to the growing
diesel-pusher motorhome marketplace – with diesels representing almost half of Class A
sales – we have introduced the Embassy diesel into our full line of RVs,” said Ernie
Penner, Triple E’s sales manager. “This product will give consumers a new option at an
affordable and attractive price. Built on a Freightliner chassis, the Embassy is a luxury
motorhome that will create real excitement in the Class A market.” The A35FW features a
traditional floorplan with front living room, mid-coach galley, walk-through bathroom and
rear bedroom with queen bed. Also present are dual streetside slides: One forward module
houses a sofa/bed and dinette, while the other expands the bedroom area. The Embassy’s
layout includes a host of standard residential essentials plus a front-drawer AC generator
and roof air. However, to keep costs in check and to make the coach as affordable as
possible, the manufacturer offers an extensive menu of options that allows buyers to
accessorize and upgrade based on their own personal tastes and financial circumstances. One
option of particular note – and well worth having if users wish to comfortably extend their
motorhome season – is an XL package that includes thermal-pane windows, enclosed insulated
and heated holding tanks and a rear auxiliary heater. Other options include a complete
selection of awnings, various electronic entertainment components and an uprated
air-conditioning system. Triple E’s new pusher is built on Freightliner’s XC straight-rail
chassis that includes Neway air suspension and full air brakes. Also onboard is a 5.9l
Cummins ISB engine that offers up 300 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque, tied to an Allison 2000MH
five-speed automatic transmission. Construction elements consist of vacuum-laminated wall
and roof assemblies supported by aluminum framework and a steel-framed and insulated floor.
Exterior surfaces feature Filon fiberglass wall panels and an EPDM domed rubber roof, while
front and rear ends are set off with molded fiberglass caps. Décor treatments come in
four-color packages, coordinated with upholstery, carpeting, window treatments and exterior
graphics. Cabinetry and wood trim is currently offered in medium oak only. Triple E
Recreational Vehicles, (204) 325-4361, tripleerv.com

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