Jayco Introduces All-New 2013 Seismic Toy Hauler

Middlebury, Indiana-based Jayco, Inc. has begun production of the all-new 2013 Seismic toy hauler.

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler

Seismic offers everything RVers expect in a traditional fifth wheel, but with a spacious, versatile garage. It is packed with an impressive list of features and amenities that will appeal to most RV owners, said Sid Johnson, Jayco’s director of marketing in a news release.

“We recognize the market for sport utility trailers is more sophisticated today than ever before. Consumers want more than a garage attached to a sleeping area. Our goal is to provide a fifth-wheel which offers top-level amenities yet still provides room enough to carry whatever toys a family might want to bring along.”

The spacious, versatile on-board garage can convert into a bunkroom, patio deck, or dining space. In addition to hauling ATV’s and motorcycles using the in-floor mounted D-rings, families can pack bicycles, games, canoes, and other traditional outdoor gear. The garage can also be converted into workspace for crafters who sell their wares or dog show owners who need a grooming station.

Jayco has done more than just redefine the toy hauler owner, though. “Everything about the look of the Seismic is different,” Johnson said.

“From a unique, contoured front cap and three inspired available premium paint schemes, from contemporary modern décor to residential-style furniture, the innovative design is apparent inside and out,” Johnson added.

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler

“We believe today’s consumer will appreciate the styling.”

Blending form with function, Seismic’s deluxe kitchen offers toe-kick lighting, high-end vinyl flooring, pendant lighting, and high-gloss, solid-surface kitchen countertops with undermounted stainless-steel sink.

Owners will enjoy a good night’s sleep in Seismic’s main bedroom with a 312-coil, 60-inch by 80-inch deluxe mattress with two-inch top-side pad. A decorative headboard, added air conditioning ducts, 22-inch LCD HDTV, and walk-in closet complete the suite.

Johnson also noted the list of “set-apart” features built into the Seismic, stating, “Everything about the look of the Seismic is different.”

Innovative features include a contoured front cap, three premium paint schemes, contemporary modern décor, and residential-style furniture.

“The unit has a modern feel to it and features many contemporary conveniences,” Johnson said. “We believe today’s consumer will appreciate the styling.”

Built with top-quality materials and production techniques, Jayco aims to give customers reliable resale value and long-lasting peace of mind.

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler interior

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler interior

The Seismic features a 102-inch wide-body construction on Jayco’s I-Class cambered structural-steel I-beam frame. The unit has a one-piece underbelly cover with exposed fuel tanks and a one-piece seamless rubber roof with 3/8-inch plywood roof decking. Reflective foil insulation in the living room, bedroom, and slide-out floors, combined with Jayco’s Polar Barrier insulation package, help Seismic maintain interior temperatures.

“We wanted to make the entire experience more enjoyable for the owner,” Johnson concluded. “From towing to set up to take down, we made sure Seismic delivers.”


Jayco, Inc.
Jayco is the world’s largest privately held manufacturer of recreation vehicles. The company manufactures and markets RVs under the Jay Series, Select, Baja, Jay Feather, White Hawk, Jay Flight, Skylark, Eagle, Pinnacle, Seismic, Octane ZX, Recon ZX, Greyhawk, Melbourne, Seneca, and Embark brand names.

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler

2013 Jayco Seismic toy hauler

Factory tours are conducted Monday through Thursday at 12 noon. Tours of the motorized facilities are offered by appointment only.

Address: 903 S. Main, Middlebury, Indiana 46540

Phone: (800) RV-JAYCO

Website: jayco.com

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