Fleetwood RV Introduces New Excursion Models

Decatur, Indiana-based Fleetwood RV, Inc., a leading producer of Class A and Class C recreational vehicles, announced the addition of two new floor plans for its compact Class A diesel pusher, the Excursion.

Both floor plans boast contemporary layouts featuring the latest in décor and design, including a mid-coach Whirlpool 18 cubic foot residential refrigerator and wrap-around kitchen.

“We listened to our customers in creating these two new floor plans for our compact Excursion diesel,” said John Draheim, President and CEO of Fleetwood RV, Inc. in a news release.

“The blending of kitchen function and design in the new 2013 Excursion models give buyers more options for maximizing space and storage.”

With extra large windows to enjoy your surroundings, both the 35B and 35C Excursion models feature a spacious galley design with polished Volcanic Series solid-surface countertops, vertical pullout pantry and provide just enough room to let chefs roam.

Showcasing contemporary interior décor throughout, both models also include a massive 170 cubic feet of interior storage, dwarfing coaches of similar lengths. The company’s innovative Hide-A-Loft option, with an incredible 650-pound weight capacity, gives customers more sleeping capacity without sacrificing additional floor plan space.

The open floor plan design of the 35B Excursion makes it great for entertaining family and friends with the hide-away dinette table and chairs plus free-standing euro-recliner to expand seating. A breakfast bar with two swivel chairs adds to the charm of this model. The 35B bedroom features an additional bedroom slide-out for increased wardrobe storage.

2013 Fleetwood RV Excursion 35B

The modern characteristics of the 35C Excursion highlights a conventional extending dinette with deep credenza that doubles as a convenient computer workspace. Adding to the already spacious countertop is an extended oversized flip-up countertop for unprecedented counter space. The 35C bedroom also features additional bedroom slide-out for maximum storage. A sofa bed is also included for increased sleeping capacity.

Fleetwood RV’s Excursion is built on the durable Powerbridge chassis construction utilizing the Freightliner XCS Series Chassis and equipped with a 300HP Cummins ISB 6.7L engine with exhaust brake, providing exceptional performance for the open road.

2013 Excursion starting MSRP: $175,747

2013 Excursion models (33A, 35B, 35C) Chassis details include:

  • Model: Freightliner XCS Series
  • Engine: Cummins ISB 6.7L
  • Transmission: Allison 2100 MH 6-Speed w/ Electronic Shifter
  • Alternator: Delco Remy 160 Amp
  • Torque: 660 lb-ft @ 1,600 RPM
  • Horsepower: 300HP
  • Fuel Capacity: 90 gallons

2013 Excursion 35B/35C Weights, Measurements, Dimensions, and Capacities include:

  • Overall Length: 36 feet, 9 inches
  • Overall Height (with A/C): 11feet 10 inches
  • GVWR: 26,000 pounds
  • GCWR: 30,000 pounds
  • Hitch Rating Weight: 10,000 pounds
  • Fresh Water Holding Tank Capacity: 88 gallons
  • Grey Water Holding Tank Capacity: 60 gallons
  • Black Water Holding Tank Capacity: 32 gallons
  • Propane Tank Capacity: 28.2 gallons
  • Water Heater Tank Capacity: 6 gallons

Details

2013 Fleetwood RV Excursion 35C

Fleetwood RV, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of Class A and Class C recreational vehicles. The Company has one of the best and longest standing distribution networks in the industry and boasts some of the industry’s most recognized and iconic brand names such as American Coach and Bounder. Fleetwood RV is headquartered in Decatur, Indiana, which is also its principal manufacturing location.

Factory Tours: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m.

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

Phone: (800) 322-8216

Website: fleetwoodrv.com

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