Luxury fifth-wheel builder DRV Luxury Suites is reporting strong growth with its top-of-the-line Elite Suites brand. According to a press release, orders for Elite Suites are up 33% compared to the same period in 2012.
“Retail customers have really taken to the product improvements we introduced at Louisville,” said Rocky Holman, product manager for the Howe, Ind.-based company.
With MSRPs reaching over $170,000, Elite Suites features standard MOR/ryde IS suspension, quartz countertops, Shaw vinyl wood plank flooring, ceramic tile backsplashes, stainless residential appliances and the high-end decorative lights.”
Holman noted that many luxury fifth-wheel builders fell victim to the recession as the market for high-end RVs evaporated. “DRV not only survived, but, thanks to our great dealer body and loyal customers, we emerged stronger than ever,” Holman said. “With Elite Suites, we’re poised to continue growing and meeting the needs of our customers. Knowing that our Elite Suites customers expect the best, we’re continuing to develop new ideas and floorplans to take their RVing experience to the next level.”
For more information on DRV’s Mobile Suites, Mobile Suites Estates, Elite Suites, or Tradition, visit http://www.drvsuites.com/index .
DRV is currently signing new dealers in open territories. For more information please contact the National Sales Manager, Kyle Miller, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260-562-1075.
DRV Inc., the Howe, Ind., manufacturer of relatively high-end fifth-wheels, is offering nine 31- to 38-foot floorplans in the 2010 Select Suite series, an entry-lvel line that’s priced beneath the company’s Mobile Suites and Elite Suites. Built on a drop-frame with up to four slideouts standard and an optional fifth vanity slide, fiberglass-and-aluminum Select Suites is available with full body paint, a distinctive front cap, Corian countertops, hardwood cabinet stiles, frameless jalousie windows, 6-foot, 6-inch front bedroom ceilings and a large amount of exterior storage. Also standard is the “Level Up” leveling system. ” You can level front to back and side to side with the push of a button,” said Mike Golden, regional sales manager. MSRPs start at $57,900.