Forest River Inc.’s XLR division announced the re-launch of its Nitro line of toy haulers.
The newly re-engineered wide body Nitro utilizes lightweight laminated side walls, low energy LED lighting inside and out, plus a power awning featuring LED light effects for extended dry camping excursions.
These lightweight towables are designed to pair with half-ton or 3/4-ton trucks.
“We’re positioning the New Nitro as a true ‘cross-over’ RV with both open interiors and enclosed garage models designed for a variety of uses with the option of a bunkhouse,” said XLR General Manager Brent Stevens, in a company news release.
”These versatile 102-inch-wide body floor plans have no interior wheel wells, for unencumbered living and hauling space and accommodate anything our customers can dream up, from side-by-side quads to dirt bikes and kayaks and pets. And they’re offered at a very appealing price.”
Each Nitro features private sleeping quarters up front and Nitro’s bold exterior design.
Currently five models are available, ranging in lengths of 29 to 40 feet including four travel trailers and one fifth-wheel, with new floor plans under development.
The new Nitro lineup will be built at XLR’s toy hauler production facility, home of the XLR Thunderbolt flagship brand.
XLR (Xtended Living Recreations)
XLT (Xtended Living Recreations) is a division of Forest River Inc. and manufactures four lines of towable toy haulers including Nitro, Hyper Lite, Thunderbolt, and Viper.
XLR offers the freedom to do what you enjoy in style and comfort.
From the Hyper-Lite to the Thunderbolt, every floor plan has been designed to provide room for all your toys and accommodate the needs of an active lifestyle.
Take your toys and hit the trails in an XLR Toy Hauler.
Forest River, Inc.
Elkhart, Indiana-based Forest River, Inc. was founded by Peter Liegl in 1996, which today makes all classes of recreational vehicles, cargo trailers, utility trailer, pontoon boats, light and medium-duty buses (primarily shuttle buses), portable offices, and structures to use for temporary schools.
The company operates 60 manufacturing facilities throughout the Mid West and West Coast and employs 5,400 workers.
Forest River currently manufactures motorhomes (Berkshire, Charleston, Forester, Georgetown, Lexington, Sunseeker, and Tsunami), towables (Cardinal, Cedar Creek, Cherokee, Day Dreamer, Flagstaff, r-pod, Rockwood, Salem, Sandpiper, Shamrock, Sierra, Surveyor, V-Cross, Wildcat, and XLR, Wildwood), park models (Kabana, Quailridge, and Summitt), and modular and hud homes (Sterling and Hart Homes).
Forest River, Inc. is a Berkshire Hathaway company.
We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know that place for the first time.
— T. S. Eliot, Little Gidding