Holiday Rambler Debuts New Alumi-Lite Class C

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May 12, 2010 by   1 Comment

Holiday Rambler Alumi-Lite

Holiday Rambler Alumi-Lite

Monaco RV LLC has announced the new Aluma-Lite Class C motorhome from Holiday Rambler, according to a release.

Developed for today’s new price points, the easy-to-maneuver RV is family-friendly as well as mileage-friendly.

Though smaller in stature, the Aluma-Lite is built with large-sized features. A king-sized 61-gallon fresh water tank allows for extended camping capabilities, a critical component with today’s RV’ers. Also, the extra-large exterior bay stores all equipment in a central, convenient location. Entry inside the Aluma-Lite is made easy with an extra-wide (26-inch-wide) entrance door. Inside, again oversize features make the Aluma-Lite feel spacious. The kitchen boasts a large 42-inch-by-18-inch space accented by a large 48-inch-by-36-inch window at the dinette. A king size wardrobe provides storage for extended stays.

For improved fuel economy, the Aluma-Lite front cap is aerodynamically designed to reduce wind turbulence and drag. The battery access is built into the entryway for easy maintenance, along with a 5,000-pound hitch for towing. The Aluma-Lite Class C will be available in five floorplans from 23 to 31 feet.

“We have listened to our dealers needs and responded with the Aluma-Lite Class C ,which hits today’s new lower price-point segment,” said Scott Jacobson, Holiday Rambler national sales manager. “The Aluma-Lite addresses the need for a smaller, more agile RV with large fresh-water capacity and exterior storage, at an affordable price point. I am excited as we launch the Aluma-Lite, along with future new products. It is a new era at Holiday Rambler.”

For more details on the Aluma-Lite Class C, along with information on Holiday Rambler’s full line of products, please visit

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One Response to “Holiday Rambler Debuts New Alumi-Lite Class C”

  1. Wayne on May 14th, 2010 1:37 pm

    While I’m glad that Holiday Rambler is introducing and new Class C, I won’t be buying one in this configuration. Why? It’s too dang ugly and until Ford changes their interior and exterior away from the blocky design with huge headlights, no new Fords in my line up. We’ll see if I ‘m the only one though. I’m sure others like it.