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Chalet RV Inc. to Unveil New Towable Products

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November 24, 2009 by   2 Comments

Chalet Curv TTWest Coast manufacturer Chalet RV Inc. is adding two new products to its Takena towable line, as well as two new truck campers. The Takena Curv (shown at left) is a small ultra lightweight weighing in at 1,600 pounds. Properly equipped four-cylinder vehicles can tow the Curv. Chalet 5th wheelAnother Chalet introduction is the Takena5 (shown at right). Targeted for the small, lightweight pickup market, the Takena5 is a 21-foot fully laminated, lightweight, (3,495  pounds) fifth-wheel. The Takena5 has a dry bath and a large galley slide. This may be the only fifth-wheel at next week’s 47th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., that could easily be pulled by small trucks, like a Ford Ranger, Dodge Dakota or Toyota Tacoma, the company contends. Also debuting at this year’s show is the Chalet TS116  triple slide-out truck camper. This innovative feature-rich plush camper has the feeling of a Class C motorhome. Chalet plans a complete line of lightweight top-of-the-line truck campers. Chalet RV is also making its debut into the high-end truck camper market with the Chalet TS116 triple slide-out truck camper.

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2 Responses to “Chalet RV Inc. to Unveil New Towable Products”

  1. Debbie McMillan on September 9th, 2010 10:05 pm

    Hi these units are what I am looking for – where can I purchase them in Canada or should I come there – could you please send me the floor plan etc price for this small one.
    Thanks,
    Deb

  2. Norm Guerra on October 18th, 2014 2:57 pm

    Greetings,
    I have been hearing a lot about your curv travel trailer, and was hoping to get some layouts and pricing.
    I live here in Kingman AZ, just got the house paid off, (2 weeks ago) I’m on disability so income is set, I have a 2007 KIA Sorento, 3.8L book says it can tow up to 3500lbs I prefer not to go over 3000lbs. So something with a single axel would be ok.
    If I could get some info on trailers like the one that’s 1600lbs I could figure out how much to save (how long) and take a trip out to Oregon.

    Thank you
    Norm

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