Livin’ Lite Recreational Vehicles LLC, introduced a restyled interior cabinetry look in its line of ultra-light campers at the recent Louisville Show, resulting in a number of new dealers and orders.
“As Livin’ Lite continues to evolve our unique all-aluminum and composite-built product lineup to better fit in with mainstream buyers, we listened to both our dealers and customers about what we can do better,” said Scott Tuttle, president of the Wakarusa, Ind.-based builder, in a press release. “What we heard was we needed to soften up our interiors even more, and possibly eliminate some of the shiny, aluminum edges and trim on the cabinetry and walls. Well – we did just that.”
Livin’ Lite showed a new optional black powder-coated trim package, available in traditional maple cabinetry or new cherry cabinetry. Tuttle reported that “dealers were quick to respond with orders for the new interiors” as they prepared for their 2013 selling seasons.
“While we will still build a number of units with the bright aluminum trim, especially in our toy hauler lines, this new powder-coated look really helps our unique wood-free products attain a true residential look,” said Tuttle.
The new interior packages are available in the Livin’ Lite’s popular Camplite travel trailers and truck campers, and will also be featured in an ultra-light fifth-wheel that Livin’ Lite plans to launch in 2013.
For more information visit http://www.livinlite.com/.