Thor Motor Coach Introduces 2014 Tuscany Motorhomes

Elkhart, Indiana-based Thor Motor Coach introduced the 2014 Tuscany XTE and the flagship Tuscany Diesel Pushers motorhomes.

2014 Tuscany Class A Luxury Diesel Motorhome

2014 Tuscany Class A Luxury Diesel Motorhome

Fresh front and rear caps, along with new exterior paint packages, highlight the overall value provided throughout the entire line-up, according to a news release.

“The Tuscany XTE’s new front cap is engineered to maximize visibility for both driver and passenger,” said Adam Gudger, national sales manager for diesel motorhomes.
“The front entry door is the widest in the industry, making entry easier, especially with bulky items like groceries.”

Also new for 2014 are that all models have a premium Denver Mattress sleep system in the master bedroom.

“The Tuscany also debuts new front and rear caps, along with frameless windows. Ride quality is enhanced with the addition of Independent Front Suspension, similar to that used on a Prevost bus,” said Gudger.

“Large Michelin 295/80R series tires are specifically formulated for motorhome use. Exterior storage compartment doors electronically lock by way of wireless remote or interior central lock switch.”

A non-tag axle 40-foot model has been added to the Tuscany line-up with the 40RX floor plan.

“Aqua-Hot heating systems, 450-hp Cummins engines, and elegant hardwood cabinetry differentiate the 40RX,” said Gudger.

“We are really excited about the overall success of the Tuscany XTE and Tuscany lines. The numbers speak volumes on the hard work and dedication our team has poured into the design and building of the Tuscany. So far year to date, the Tuscany has had a 58 percent market share increase amongst all diesel powered Class A motorhomes.”

2014 Tuscany Class A Luxury Diesel Motorhome features include:

  • 450 HP Cummins 8.9L ISL Turbo Diesel Engine
  • ZF IFS (Independent Front Suspension) with 60° Wheel Cut
  • Aqua-Hot Hydronic Zone Heating System with Continuous Hot Water (Diesel)
  • 15,000 lbs. Trailer Hitch
  • Allison 3000 6-Speed Transmission
  • Upgraded 22.5inch 295/R80 Tires
  • VIP Smart Wheel
  • Power Adjustable Foot Pedals
  • 12-inch x 24-inch Polished Porcelain Tile with Elegant Inlay
  • Triple 13.5 BTU w/ Three Heat Pumps
  • Extra-Wide Entry Door
  • Keyless Entry for Entry and Basement Compartments (Keypad and FOB)
  • Premium Armless Awnings
  • Optional In-Motion Satellite System (US/Canada/Shaw)
  • Exterior Entertainment System
  • Residential Stackable Washer and Dryer
  • Residential Refrigerators
  • Hand Crafted Glazed Hardwood Cabinetry
  • Expandable L-Shape Sofas
  • Built-in Fireplaces
  • LED Lighting
  • King Beds
45LT Tuscany Class A Diesel Motorhome

45LT Tuscany Class A Diesel Motorhome

2014 Tuscany XTE Class A Diesel features include:

  • 360 HP Cummins 6.7L ISB Turbo Diesel Engine
  • Heavy Duty Allison 3000 Transmission
  • 22.5-inch 275/70R Tires
  • Dual 13.5 BTU w/ Two Heat Pumps
  • Expandable L-Shape Sofas
  • Built-in Fireplaces
  • 20-inch x 20-inch Porcelain Tile
  • King Beds
  • Residential Refrigerators
36MQ Tuscany XTE Class A Diesel Motorhomes

36MQ Tuscany XTE Class A Diesel Motorhomes


Thor Motor Coach

Thor Motor Coach was formed when Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International strategically merged in late 2010. For over 23 years Damon and Four Winds have been building many of the most recognized brands of motorhomes. Thor Motor Coach manufactures Class A Front Engine Diesel motorhomes (Serrano and Avanti), Class A Diesel Pusher motorhomes (Astoria, Tuscany, and Palazzo), Class A Gas motorhomes (A.C.E., Hurricane, Daybreak, Windsport, Challenger, and Outlaw), and Class C motorhomes (Four Winds, Chateau, Siesta, Siesta Sprinter, Citation, and Citation Sprinter).

Thor Motor Coach is a subsidiary of Thor Industries, Inc., Jackson Center, Ohio, the world’s largest manufacturer of recreational vehicles.

Address: 701 County Road 15, PO Box 1486, Elkhart, Indiana 46516

Phone: (800) 860-5658

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