Dynasty Days Offers $25,000 rebates on Monaco Dynasty Diesel Pushers

For a limited time, you can feel the heat of Monaco’s summer savings event. Experience the power of a Monaco Dynasty and receive an added reward, too. Don’t miss this summer’s biggest chance to receive a $25,000 retail savings on the hottest 2015 Monaco Dynasty motorhomes. Decatur, Indiana-based Monaco announced its newest retail summer savings […]

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Navistar RV Introduces Big Payback Sales Event

Lisle, Illinois-based Navistar RV, a subsidiary of Navistar International Corporation, launched an aggressive sales promotion last month that continues through April 15 to help move Holiday Rambler and Monaco Coach motorhomes in dealer inventory to make room for the company’s new model year units. “The Big Payback Sales Event promotion is great for everyone,” said […]

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Sale of Navistar RV “Is a Possibility”

Lisle, Illinois-based Navistar International Corp., a producer of school buses, commercial trucks, defense vehicles, and recreational vehicles is evaluating the long-term profitability of several divisions, including its RV operations based in Wakarusa, Indiana. The sale of the RV business is a possibility, according to a Navistar International Corp. news release. Navistar is conducting a comprehensive […]

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December RV Manufacturer Recalls

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recently announced recall notices involving four recreational vehicle manufacturers—Winnebago Industries, Universal Specialty Vehicles, Motor Coach Industries, and Spartan Chassis. Starcraft RV, Inc. Middlebury, Indiana-based Starcraft RV, Inc. is recalling nine model year 2012 Autumn Ridge and Travel Star trailers manufactured from October 6, 2011 through October 17, 2011. […]

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Winnebago & Monaco Chart New Paths to Success

Prior to the recession, Winnebago Industries and Monaco RV were major players among motorhome manufacturers. But high fuel prices followed by the economic downturn left the entire motorized segment of the RV industry—including Winnebago and Monaco—struggling for survival. Both manufacturers showcased their products and plans for re-establishing themselves in the market at the 49th Annual […]

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