Jayco Rolling Out Redhawk ‘C’ For Open House

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September 17, 2012 by   Comments Off on Jayco Rolling Out Redhawk ‘C’ For Open House

Jayco Inc. will introduce to dealers the all-new, entry-level Redhawk Class C motorhome during this week’s Elkhart County RV Open House at its campus in Middlebury, Ind.

The new Redhawk’s floorplans range from 26 feet to 32 feet in length, providing a “high-quality motorhome in a compact style,” according to a press release. Standard equipment includes a booth dinette with laminate top, three-burner range with range hood, 8-cubic-foot refrigerator and a microwave. Ample living space offers “elegant touches” such as Washington Glazed Maple cabinetry, pleated night shades throughout and brushed nickel cabinet hardware.

The 2013 Redhawk also features several available family-friendly components, including TV hookups with recept and coax, exterior storage compartments, in-dash radio and an electric slideout for more interior room.

Built to deliver power, the 2013 Redhawk’s standard heavy-duty 6.8 liter Ford Triton V-10, 305-hp chassis includes a 130-amp alternator, 5,000 pound hitch, 55-gallon fuel tank and Hellwig helper springs. Redhawk’s aerodynamic fiberglass front cap design reduces drag, helping to increase gas mileage. The front-end chassis design allows for increased airflow, increased GVWR and a revised suspension system to deliver solid handling.

Other notable features include 84-inch ceiling height, an electric entry step system, a chassis vibration isolation system and a large pass-through rear storage on select units. Other construction features include the Tuffshell vacuum-bonded laminated sidewalls with a welded aluminum frame core, tackless carpeting with padding throughout unit and rubber body mounts with Hellwig helper springs for a smooth ride.

The new Redhawk also comes with Jayco’s Co-Pilot Warranty, offering the original purchaser a two-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

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