Recreational Vehicle Group, a division of REV Group announced the introduction of the totally redesigned entry-level Class A Gas Fleetwood Flair.
The Flair is a classic Fleetwood RV model, but the 2019 features top-to-bottom changes geared to families and couples alike.
At a retail price point starting at $111,988, the Flair allows REV Group to target the entry-level segment of the Class A motorhome market, according to a company news release.
This is the fastest-growing Class A segment, providing an opportunity to introduce new Class A buyers to the Fleetwood RV brand.
Available in five feature-packed floor plans the Flair is spacious, comfortable, and ready for the open road.
Filled with amenities like a king bed, open living area, Hide-A-Loft drop down queen bed, ducted A/C, residential refrigerator (select models), modern cabinetry, and auto generator start, the Flair looks and feels more like a higher priced Class A.
The 2019 Flair also brings a host of practical features, such as 50-amp service, heated holding tanks, and pass-through storage, as well as offers options like theater seating, an upgraded suspension package, and power driver seat.
“We saw a need to build a coach that would answer the demand of the industry’s fastest growing customer base,” said Pat Terveer, Vice President and General Manager of REV Recreation Group.
“Our dealers and customers were asking for a practical entry-level class A that was feature-packed, but still at an affordable price. The Flair is the model that fills the void.”
The all-new Flair creates a comprehensive lineup for Fleetwood RV, giving the brand standout models in all key segments of the Class A RV market.
2019 Flairs are available now at Fleetwood dealers across the U.S. and in Canada.
REV Group is a manufacturer of industry-leading specialty vehicle brands. Products include ambulances, fire trucks, shuttle buses, transit buses, yard trucks, street sweepers, luxury motorhomes, and wheelchair accessible vehicles.
REV owns 30 brands, employs more than 6,000 people in 18 different manufacturing facilities in the U.S., and produces more than 17,000 specialty vehicles annually. The company is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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