Lisle, Illinois-based Navistar RV, a subsidiary of Navistar International Corporation, launched an aggressive sales promotion last month that continues through April 15 to help move Holiday Rambler and Monaco Coach motorhomes in dealer inventory to make room for the company’s new model year units.
“The dealers have a factory-sponsored promotion to assist with moving older model years out of their inventory, our customers get substantial rebates on select products just in time to combine with their tax refunds, and our employees are kept busy in our plants making new product to ship to dealers.”
For a limited time, customers taking retail delivery of an eligible new, untitled 2012 or 2013 Monaco Coach or Holiday Rambler motorhome from a participating dealer’s inventory will receive a corresponding rebate from Navistar RV, LLC.
To qualify for a rebate of up to $15,000, the customer must purchase and take retail delivery before April 15. Incentives are in U.S. dollars and the offer is void where prohibited.
The following 2012 and 2013 Monaco Coach and Holiday Rambler models are eligible for the rebates:
Diplomat — $15,000
Knight — $10,000
Vesta — $10,000
Monarch — $5,000
LaPalma — $5,000
Endeavor — $15,000
Ambassador — $10,000
Trip — $10,000
Vacationer — $5,000
Aluma-Lite A — $5,000
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Since being acquired in 2009, Navistar has applied many of Navistar’s advancements in engineering, design, and manufacturing to develop their state-of-the-art RVs.
By listening to their customers, Navistar is creating products that lead the industry in innovation, quality, and service. Navistar RVs feature cutting-edge aerodynamic designs, fuel-efficient, no-hassle MaxxForce engines, and advanced cockpit ergonomics.
Navistar RV products include Monaco Coach, Holiday Rambler, and R-Vision.
Phone: (331) 332-5000
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Stopping at a wayside picnic area, preparing lunch in your kitchen.
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The sounds of a crackling campfire; of a mountain stream, of frogs, and crickets.
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