Howe, Indiana-based Cruiser RV LLC announced Friday (November 18) it will introduce a new line of travel trailers.
The Enterra will debut at the 49th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, that runs from November 29 to December 1 at the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC).
According to a news release, the Enterra will give dealers and consumers another option in the luxury lightweight market. The new line will offer floor plans ranging from 28 feet to 35 feet 5 inches in length.
Standard features on the Enterra include:
- Aerodynamic fiberglass front cap with two-tone paint
- Barreled ceilings with 7 feet of interior height
- Solid surface countertops with stainless under-mount sink
- 32-inch LCD TVs
“With our recent expansion into a second production facility in LaGrange, Indiana, it was a perfect time to introduce the Enterra,” said Jay Mohamed, vice president of sales and marketing. “The new facility is exactly what Cruiser needed and will allow us to build both our ViewFinder and new Enterra lines there and open up roughly 35 percent production capacity at our plant 1 facility, where our Fun Finder X, Fun Finder XTRA, and Shadow Cruiser lines are manufactured.”
Along with the expansion and new product line, Cruiser RV has added three new sales managers to represent the ViewFinder and Enterra lines—James Anderson, Tim Dunn, and Zach Weaver.
“We are extremely excited to have James, Tim, and Zach on the Cruiser RV team. They all bring a wealth of knowledge in the lightweight market and will be huge assets in the growth of both product lines,” stated Mohamed.
Cruiser RV, LLC
Cruiser RV, LLC is an industry leader in lightweight, towable travel trailers. Family owned, Cruiser RV is headquartered in Howe, Indiana and produces five brands of RVs, including the Fun Finder X, Fun Finder XTRA, ViewFinder, Shadow Cruiser, and Enterra. Cruiser RV is a sister company to high-end fifth wheel manufacturer, DRV Luxury Suites.
Location: 7805 North SR 9, Howe, Indiana
Address: P.O. Box 130, Howe, Indiana 46746
Phone: (260) 562-3500
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