Lance Grows Trailer Line, Debuting in Louisville
Lancaster, Calif.-based Lance Camper Manufacturing Corp. is introducing two additions to the company’s new line of travel trailers during this week’s 49th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
Along with the 1575 trailer, Lance is showing a 1274 model, its smallest unit, and the 2385 floorplan, the largest in the lineup.
According to a press release, the 1274 travel trailer features a large slideout, pop-out tent sleeper and a dry bath. With a dry weight of 2,250 pounds, the1274 is an easy tow for vehicles with a 5,000-pound tow rating.
“The 1274 feels a lot larger than it is with the pop-out tent sleeper,” says Gary Conley, national sales manager for Lance Camper adding, “And with its length and weight, it’s a very easy trailer to tow.”
The 2385 is equipped with a large kitchen offering almost eight feet of counter space, along with a full-wall slide with a “Super Dinette” and private bedroom.
Offering a dry weight of 4,615 pounds, the 2385 can be towed by most V-8 powered SUVs and light-duty trucks.
“The full wall slide and enormous kitchen really make this trailer stand out,” says Gary. “For RVers looking for the quality they’ve come to expect from Lance in a larger package – this is it.”