Fleetwood RV Inc., Decatur, Ind., a leading producer of Class A and Class C recreational vehicles, has launched the limited edition 2010 Quest, a value-priced Class C diesel motorhome built on the imported, fuel-efficient Dodge Sprinter chassis, according to a news release.
The limited production run of 150 units will be available at select Fleetwood RV dealers nationwide.
The 2010 Quest is available in two 24-foot single slideout models: a rear bath floor plan with opposing sofa beds (24E); and a rear gaucho dinette with sofa sleeper and optional queen air mattress sofa bed (24L). Low profile caps and overhead 26?LCD TVs are standard on both models.
Customers also can select the optional cabover bed with 19? LCD TV and DVD player.
“The 2010 Quest combines the fuel-efficiency of our Icon and Pulse motorhomes with the value pricing of our traditional Class C motor homes,” said John Draheim, Fleetwood RV president. “The market’s response to Quest has been better than expected. Our entire production run sold out in two weeks, and dealers are retailing them as fast as we
can deliver them.”
“Our customers love the 2010 Quest,” said Loren Baidas, owner of General RV, with locations in Michigan, Ohio, Florida and Utah. “Both models are equipped with a multitude of standard features and increased sleeping capacities, even without the optional cabover bed, plus its price point makes it difficult to ignore.”
Retail prices start at $84,000.