Wakarusa, Indiana-based Prime Time Manufacturing, a division of Forest River Inc., introduces the all-new Spartan Toy Hauler during the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association’s (RVIA) 51st Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, December 3-5.
The complete Spartan line-up will include several fifth wheel models, an offering of travel trailers, and a selection of smaller, lightweight toy haulers targeting half-ton tow vehicles.
“We will have a wide range of Spartan products for our dealers so that they can fully capitalize on the explosive growth in the toy hauler segment,” said Spartan Product Manager Brian Weaver, in a news release.
“The fifth wheel on display at Louisville is positioned directly in the heart of the high-volume fifth wheel market and we are incredibly excited about its great looks, abundant features, and strong value.”
Standard items on the Spartan fifth wheel include upgraded electronics from Samsung and Sony, pillowtop queen bedding from Denver Mattress, residential Lane Furniture, dual awnings with LED lighting, 7,000-pound EZ Lube axles, and a winter package featuring 12-volt tank heaters and R-52 insulation.
The base manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the Spartan fifth wheel is $58,995.
“Spartan is designed to be rugged and versatile for the most extreme toy hauler enthusiast, yet have all the beauty, comfort and convenience of a luxury motor home,” added Weaver.
Prime Time Manufacturing
Headquartered in Wakarusa, Indiana, Prime Time Manufacturing builds a full line of towable RV products including travel trailers, fifth wheels, and ultra-light travel trailers.
Prime Time offers towable recreation vehicles under the brand names of Avenger, Crusader, LaCrosse, Sanibel, and Tracer.
Prime Time Manufacturing is a division of Forest River, Inc, a Berkshire Hathaway company.
Phone: (574) 862-3001
Location: 66149 SR 19, Wakarusa, Indiana
Address: Prime Time Manufacturing, c/o Forest River, Inc., PO Box 3030, 55470 CR 1, Elkhart, IN 46515
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