Lance’s 2nd Toy Hauler Boasts 12-Ft. Garage
Production has started on the second floorplan in Lance Manufacturing Corp.’s new toy hauler lineup, which launched earlier this year. Lance reported in a written release that the new 2612 will be hitting dealers’ lots this week.
The full-featured 2612 boasts a 12-foot-2-inch cargo bay, which easily accommodates today’s full-sized four place side-by-sides, and sleeps eight people. Standard features include: air conditioning, 100-gallon fresh water tank, 40-gallon fuel station, electric 20-foot side and 7-foot rear awning with LED accent lighting, aluminum wheels, frameless dark tint windows, residential cabinet construction with hardwood doors, removable carpet kit, microwave, fiberglass front cap with LED accent lighting and pillowtop master suite mattress.
Optional equipment includes: keyless entry, 4K Onan generator, central vacuum system, premium Kicker stereo system w/subwoofer, 32-inch LCD flat-screen monitor, auto-tracking satellite dish, 160-watt solar panel, ramp door railing system, roof rack system, pull-out storage tray and enclosed, and heated and insulated holding tanks.
“With the popularity of the side-by-side sport utility market, and specifically the larger four place SXS’s like the Polaris RZR XP 4 1000, as well as large road bikes, utility quads and other toys, our customers are asking for a functional 12-foot cargo area, which we made sure the 2612 had,” stated Marketing Director Bob Rogers.
Gary Conley, National Sales Manager noted, “Our dealers and customers love what they see in the 2212, and the 2612 is the perfect floorplan for those needing a bit more cargo and/or sleeping capacity. The 2616 is really a ‘No Compromises’ toy hauler with a lengthy list of both standard and optional features, built to Lance’s high level of quality.”
“I have been involved in numerous toy hauler product development programs,” says Randy Hunter, manager for research & development at Lance, “and can tell you this is the highest quality product I have ever seen and am very proud to put the Lance chevron on it.”