TMC’s Miramar Class A Features Full Basement

August 19, 2013 by · 1 Comment 

Miramar Class A motorhome from Thor Motor Coach

The all-new Miramar Class A motorhome is heating up the market with a full basement design, according to a press release.

“It is exciting to bring to the market a new premium gas Class A motorhome.  Many consumers are looking for luxury accommodations in 32- to 36-foot models and this new Miramar really delivers,” said Joel Grimm, national sales manager for gas motorhomes.

The Miramar features four floorplans with designs and sleeping accommodations to “fit a consumer’s needs,” according to Grimm. An HD-MAX exterior with partial paint design is the standard finish, while full-body paint packages are optional. A wide open basement structure allows for multiple pass-through storage areas.

The Miramar is built on Ford F53 chassis supported by 22 1/2-inch tires and a 22,000-pound GVWR. A highly stylized front cap complete with LED accent lighting around the headlights sets off the front of the coach while the rear cap has an integrated fuel fill, allowing access from either side of the coach.  High-mounted, halogen spot lights are also mounted in the rear to better illuminate surroundings in low light.

Other premium features on the Miramar include a three-camera monitoring system, power patio awning and 100-gallon fresh water tank.

The Miramar interior offers rich furniture fabrics while residential vinyl covers the entire floor of the coach for easy cleaning. Other features include two-tone furniture, blackout roller shades and an optional drop-down overhead bunk that increases sleeping space and stores out of sight when not in use. All floorplans feature the Denver Mattress sleep system with king-size beds in select models.

The galley is equipped with a solid-surface countertop, 30-inch over-the-range microwave and residential Whirlpool refrigerator. An 1800-watt inverter powers the refrigerator while the automatic generator start will fire up the Onan 5,500-watt generator if battery power runs low.

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