This new crossover model features a “Captain’s Quarters” complete with ramp garage, work bench, overhead storage, and LED TV.
This floor plan “adds a new twist” to one of Alpine’s top selling designs, according to a company news release.
The inspiration for this crossover floor plan came from visiting with retail customers and dealers, according to Alpine/Avalanche product manager Scott Parkhurst.
“People told us they love the look and features of the Alpine, and would really welcome an area to work and haul bulky stuff,” said Parkhurst.
“The 3900RE provides the benefits of a traditional toy hauler garage without compromising the comfort and convenience of a luxury fifth-wheel.”
“We asked customers what they would like to haul and these were some of the larger toys they mentioned,” said Parkhurst.
“We designed a garage to fit and satisfy their needs.”
“It has been fun developing new ideas and concepts we can integrate into one of the best selling fifth-wheels in the market,” said Keystone group general manager Bren Lauck.
“The 3900RE is just one of five new floor plans the Alpine group will be showcasing at the Open House. We can’t wait to share with dealers all of the many upgrades.”
Keystone will show product at September 16-18 Open House in Thor Industries Inc.’s exhibit area at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana.
Keystone RV Company
Keystone RV brands include Montana, Cougar, Outback, Springdale, Raptor, Residence, Retreat, Passport, Hornet, Sprinter, Laredo, Mountaineer, Big Sky, High Country, Fuzion, X-lite, Bullet, Premier, Alpine, and Avalanche.
Keystone is a subsidiary of Thor Industries, Inc., Jackson Center, Ohio, the world’s largest manufacturer of recreation vehicles and a major builder of commercial buses.
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