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Holiday Rambler Debuts New Aluma-Lite Class C

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

 2515843_Holiday Rambler_aluma-lite_ext-300x200.jpgMonaco RV LLC has announced the new Aluma-Lite Class C motorhome from Holiday Rambler, according to a release.


Developed for today’s new price points, the easy to maneuver RV is family-friendly as well as gas mileage-friendly.

Though smaller in stature, the Aluma-Lite is built with large-size
features. A king-size 61-gallon fresh water tank allows for extended
camping capabilities, a critical component with today’s RV’ers. Also
king size, the extra-large exterior bay stores all equipment in a
central, convenient location. Entry inside the Aluma-Lite is made easy
with a extra wide 26-inch wide entrance door. Inside, again oversize
features make the Aluma-Lite feel spacious. The kitchen boats a large
42-inch-by-18-inch space accented by a large 48-inch-by-36-inch window
at the dinette. A king-size wardrobe provides storage for extended

For improved fuel economy, the Aluma-Lite front cap is
aerodynamically designed to reduce wind turbulence and drag. The battery
access is built into the entryway for easy maintenance, along with a
5,000-pound hitch for towing. The Aluma-Lite Class C will be available
in five floorplans from 23 to 31 feet.

“We have listened to our dealers needs and responded with the
Aluma-Lite Class C which hits today’s new lower price point segment,”
according to Scott Jacobson, Holiday Rambler national sales manager.
“The Aluma-Lite addresses the need for a smaller, more agile RV, with
large fresh water capacity and exterior storage, at an affordable price
point. I am excited as we launch the Aluma-Lite, along with future new
products. It is a new era at Holiday Rambler.”

For more details on the Aluma-Lite Class C, along with information on Holiday Rambler’s full line of products, please visit www.holidayrambler.com.

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