The nation’s No. 1 selling Phaeton model now has a 40-foot, 380-hp diesel pusher with bunk beds in addition to a swanky bedroom with either king- or queen-size bed.
“When we introduced bunk beds in our smaller gas units in 2008, extended families, NASCAR fans, football tailgaters, anglers and hunters snapped them up,” explained Tiffin National Sales Manager Jerry Williamson. “Equestrian and boating folks told us they wanted in on that action with enough oomph to pull horse trailers and boats.”
The Phaeton 40QKH features bunk beds on one of the four slides, creating ample space for people to move around. The bunk beds are on the driver’s side, opposite the bed in the master bedroom, providing a unique front-to-rear open coach view. A more functional bath layout adds to the appeal.
The Phaeton 40QKH is available on either a Freightliner or Tiffin’s own PowerGlide chassis. The MSRP, depending on chassis, runs $248,780 to $254,100.
The new Allegro 30GA is just two feet longer than Tiffin’s shortest coach, the 28-foot Allegro Breeze. The Allegro 30GA features driver’s side bedroom and galley/dinette slides for campground convenience and a streamlined appearance. The bedroom slide is larger than Tiffin’s previous 30-ft. Allegros for storage and walking room. A lengthened Dometic awning affords additional patio space.
“Many RV shoppers will find the Allegro 30GA attractive, especially younger families escaping airport hassles, along with hotel and meal costs for vacations and other outings,” Williamson said.
Available on a Ford chassis with a 362-hp 6.8-liter V-10 or a Workhorse chassis with a 340-hp 8.1-liter V-8, the MSRP for the Allegro 30GA is $110,880 to $112,560.
The 2011 Allegro line introduces 18-inch floor tile, solid-surface and tile galley and bath back splashes, Air Coil Hide A Beds and solid wood window treatment inlays.
For additional information including dealer locations visit www.tiffinmotorhomes.com.