American Coach Introduces 2012 Models

Decatur, Indiana-based American Coach, the luxury coach division of Fleetwood RV, Inc., a leading producer of Class A and Class C recreation vehicles, Monday (October 24) announced the release of its 2012 American Heritage, American Eagle, American Tradition, and American Revolution luxury motor homes.

2012 American Coach Revolution exterior. (Credit: americancoach.com)

“We made significant improvements to the entire American Coach lineup for 2012 with some exciting new features, unique interior decors, and stunning new exterior graphics” said John Draheim, President and CEO of Fleetwood RV.

2012 American Tradition

The 2012 American Tradition is available in two 42-foot full-wall-slide models (42M and 42P), and a 45-foot, quad-slide model (45Y), all equipped with a sleek, state-of-the–art cockpit with dual dash monitor design, six-way adjustable captain’s seats and low-profile dash.

Interiors feature updated furniture styling available in three new interior decors including Elegant Onyx, Champagne and Pearls, and Antique Mocha while exteriors offer two new additional colors.

Feature highlights include frameless flush mount windows, LED ceiling lights with dimming capabilities, Villa furniture, quiet air conditioning system, polished porcelain tiled floors throughout, and Sony Blu-ray Home Theater.

2012 American Eagle

The 2012 American Eagle is available in three full-wall slide-out models with 30-inch deep slides to create an expanded living area (42M, 42P, 45B).

2012 American Tradition interior. (Credit: americancoach.com)

Interiors feature luxurious details with exquisite woodwork, three interior décor options, elegantly designed furnishings along with top-of-the-line Sony televisions, Blu-ray DVD, and a Bose Home Theater System in the living area.

Updates to the Eagle also include Xite-G2 dash radio with Navigation, side mounted Girard patio awning with wind retraction, and frameless flush mount windows.

With a new Flightline exterior graphic package, it is also offered in two new exterior colors (Flightline and Victory Graphics) in Mocha Truffle and Moonlight Sand.

Exteriors are available in two new exterior graphic packages.

2012 American Heritage

The 2012 American Heritage provides one of the industry’s largest floor plans, a 45-foot full-wall slide-out with 30-inch deep slide boxes (45T). The new 45T floor plan features 450 square feet of interior living space that includes a luxury spa retreat shower and dual sinks. Also new for Heritage are three new interior decors as well as three new exterior colors. Other new features include Xite-G2 dash radio with truck and bus navigation routing, upgraded window valances, 46-inch mid-coach Sony TV, LED ceiling lights with dimming capabilities, and redesigned backsplashes.

2012 American Revolution

The 2012 American Revolution features the new Luxurious Graphite interior décor as well as the new Tempest exterior graphic package in newly added Champagne Berry and Midnight Suede.

2012 American Revolution interior. (Credit: americancoach.com)

Available in three 42-foot floor plans, the 42T offers a full-wall slide with rear walk-in closet; the 42W has a full-wall slide with spacious rear bath; and the 42Q is a quad-slide, side-aisle model with gourmet galley.

New features for 2012 include frameless flush-mount windows, slide-out mounted Girard patio awning with wind retraction and Sony dash radio with navigation.

Details

Fleetwood RV, Inc.

Decatur, Indiana-based Fleetwood RV, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Class A and Class C recreation vehicles. The company boasts some of the industry’s most recognized and iconic brand names such as American Coach and Bounder.

Factory Tours: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m. beginning again November 3, 2011

Address: 1031 U.S. 224 East, Decatur, Indiana 46733

Phone: (800) 854-1344

Website: americancoach.com

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