MVP RV Inc. has announced the retail delivery of its first Destiny fifth-wheel.
“This is one of the most beautiful fifth-wheels we have ever seen. The interior styling, abundant wardrobe space, and attention to detail are far beyond anything else we have run across,” buyer Evelyn Ochs stated in a news release.
Evelyn and her husband, Charles, bought their new Destiny fifth-wheel during McMahon’s RV Show in Pomona, Calif. The show started Dec. 26 and runs through Saturday (Jan. 9). MVP RV launched the line exclusively with McMahon’s RV.
McMahon’s RV will carry the new Destiny line in Irvine, Colton, Palm Desert, Yuma, Mesa, and Quartzsite.
Alexis Doran, a “full time” RVer, and one of McMahon’s top salespeople, sold the fifth-wheel to the Oches.
“Kevin (Coleman) and Scott (Degnan) invited me to the plant during the early development stages for Destiny,” she said. “I helped give them direction and perspective from a full timer. They asked, they listened, and they nailed it.”
Destiny comes standard with a tankless water heater, 200 cubic feetof exterior storage, full 90-degree radius front cap with LED hitch lights, swing out “no mess” sewer management system, large crown moldings, solid hardwood upper and lower cabinets, solar reflective windows, additional roof line windows and fluorescent lighting throughout.
MVP RV builds travel trailers under the brand names Coast and Summit, fifth-wheels under the brand names Jazz and Destiny, toy haulers under the brand names Impact, Vortex and Envy and Class C’s under the brand name Tahoe. For more information about MVP RV’s products, go to www.mvprv.com
MVP RV Inc., a Southern California-based manufacturer, has a visionary strategy that continues to chart a new course in the toy hauler trailer industry, according to a news release.
As reported earlier this week, Riverside, Calif.-based MVP RV has launched its newest product at the Mike Thompson RV Winter Super I-5 Show going on now in Santa Fe Springs through Jan. 9. The new Impact was unveiled on Sunday (Dec. 26) at the start of the 15-day show.
The Impact launches with two models with four more to follow. The 18SS features a front side bed, side bath, and two facing sofas in the rear creating maximum sleeping capacity. The 22SS includes the same features and in addition two rear electric beds. Both are equipped with a generator, microwave, awning, fuel station, and much more.
The Impact will be available at all Mike Thompson’s RV locations beginning in January with a special introductory price for the public posted at the store locations.
MVP RV is a privately held RV manufacturing company which recently moved into its current location. The company paid $18.6 million cash for the 500,000 -square-foot facility sitting on 36 acres. The facility was originally built by now-bankrupt Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. MVP RV’S billionaire business partner Winston Chung is a most known for his invention of the Rare Earth Lithiumion Battery. Chung and the management team at MVP RV believe that now is the best time to move forward in the RV business. MVP RV is a debt-free company.
To learn more about Chung, visit www.thunder-sky.com.
MVP RV Inc. announced Monday (Dec. 26) that it will be introducing a brand new line of toy haulers.
“Impact was developed with a clear direction and vision,” Scott Richgruber, Impact national sales and product manager, stated in a news release.
“Affordability. Living here in Southern California, we know from personal experience how hard this region has been hit by the economy. Therefore, we wanted to create a toy hauler that the average working family could afford, without giving up the features these experienced customers demand. Southern California is the RV industry’s toy hauler capital and it is a very competitive market here,” he said.
“You can’t just take a regular trailer and add a ramp to the back. There are many specific features and construction requirements needed to build a first class toy hauler. Plus, shipping costs from areas outside the southwest make it prohibitive to be truly price — competitive in this segment,” he added.
The all new 2011 Impact comes standard with a 40-gallon fueling station, 100-gallon fresh water capacity, awning, black tank flush, LED clearance lights, decked floor with R-8 insulation, exterior speakers, pressure washer, stab jacks on all four corners, deluxe galley faucet with pullout sprayer, 13.5 Btu A/C, raised panel cabinet doors and full length drawer guides.
Mike Thompson’s RV Superstores is the first dealer to sign up with Impact.
“We could not be happier with this product,” said Frank De Gelas, president/secretary. “This is a segment of the market we have been missing, and MVP RV seems to have hit the mark with this new line.”
MVP RV Inc. builds travel trailers under the brand names Coast and Summit, fifth-wheels under the brand names Jazz and Destiny, Class C motorhomes under the brand name Tahoe, and toy haulers under the brand names Impact, Vortex and Envy. For more information about MVP RV’s products, please go to www.mvprv.com
MVP RV Inc., Riverside, Calif., is taking an aggressive approach to the West Coast RV market with the recent introduction of the luxury Destiny fifth-wheel and the Tahoe Class C motorhome.
Scott Degnan, MVP RV vice president of sales, said that the industry shakeup during the Great Recession has left a void on the West Coast Class C motorhome market, and that a luxury fifth-wheel was the next step up for the company previously known mostly for its toy haulers.
”All the manufacturers who built Class C’s left the West Coast,” he said. ”There continues to be a tremendous demand out on the West Coast for Class C’s, including rentals. And we are in the biggest fifth-wheel market in the country.
In addition to the Tahoe minimotorhome and Destiny fifth-wheel introduced at the 48th Annual National RV Trade show Nov. 30-Dec. 2, MVP RV also redesigned the Jazz mid-profile fiver.
The new Tahoe Class C is available in three 23- to 31-foot floorplans with up to three slideouts on the Ford E-350 and E-450 chassis for a $62,000 base MSRP.
Additionally, MVP showed a prototype of an all-electric Class A motorhome in October at the 25th World Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Symposium (EVS) in Shenzhen, China, at the behest of MVP RV investor Winston Chung, developer of the lithium-ion battery,.
The 42-foot 44,000-pound GVWR all-electric prototype, named the ”Winston” and purchased by Chung, is powered by Thunder Sky batteries produced by Chung’s China-based Winston Battery LLC.
Inside, the quadslide, tag axle coach has the look and feel of a diesel motorhome with granite countertops and tile floors. ”The only difference is that it runs on batteries,” Degnan said. ”It’s very quiet and has a lot of torque. It takes off like a golf cart.”
Degnan declined to specify the coach’s chassis or how many batteries it takes to power the Winston, which was developed on the hush-hush and isn’t likely to show up on the U.S. consumer market anytime soon. The prototype has no backup engine, gets only 180 miles on a charge and has a top speed of 70 mph. On the U.S. retail market, the Winston probably would cost in the range of $1 million, Degnan said.
”We are way ahead of the curve on this; we’re not ready for U.S. production,” Degnan said. ”It’s too expensive and America’s not ready for it. The diesel market in the U.S. has been hampered and this is more expensive than that.”
Another prototype, however, is in the works. ”We are going to build another one in Riverside in the near future and tighten it up a bit,” Dengan said.
The Winston was cited by Recreation Vehicle Industry (RVIA) President Richard Coon as evidence of forward thinking R&D in the RV industry during RVIA’s Outlook Breakfast Nov. 30 attended by more than 1,000 people as the national trade show opened.
MVP RV Inc. announced today (Nov. 24) that it will be introducing a new line of Class C motorhomes under the name Tahoe at the upcoming 48th Annual National RV trade Show in Louisville, Ky. , Nov. 30 to Dec. 2.
MVP’s booth is No. 5523.
“We had a clear vision for this product,” John Millis, Tahoe product development manager, stated in a news release. “We wanted to build an affordable Class C with an upscale look and feel.”
Tahoe comes on a Ford E350 or E450 chassis with hardwood raised-panel cabinet doors, full extension metal drawer guides, Onan generator, keyless entry, iPod /MP3 ready, fabric ceiling, high gloss gel coat fiberglass and aluminum running boards.
“The timing of this product introduction could not be better for us,” added Millis. “We have a new state-of-the-art, 23-acre production facility located in the heart of the country’s largest Class C market. The Tahoe line is a natural progression for our company, and should be very well accepted by both our dealers and consumers.”
According to the latest Statistical Survey Report (year to date through September, 2010) the Class C retail market is running ahead of last year by over 17% for the 11 Western states.
The all new Tahoe line will be unveiling two floor plans in Louisville. The 230 QB features a wrap around U-shaped dinette, corner queen bed, and large mirrored double door wardrobe. The 310 QBS features a wrap around U- shaped dinette/sofa slide out, 32-inch flat screen TV and rear walk around queen bed. MSRP for the 2011 Tahoe starts at $62,300.
MVP RV inc. builds travel trailers under the brand names Coast and Summit, fifth-wheels under the brand names Jazz and Destiny, and toy haulers under the brand names Vortex and Envy. For more information about MVP RV’s products, go to www.mvprv.com
MVP RV Inc. will introduce its new line of luxury fifth-wheels, including the Destiny, at the upcoming 48th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in booth No. 5523.
“Destiny was developed with a clear direction – affordable luxury,” said Kevin Coleman, Destiny national sales and product manager. “We spared no expense in developing this product line. Destiny comes standard with solid hardwood upper and lower cabinets and stiles, fluorescent lights throughout, king bed with pillow top mattress, 42-inch TV in the living room, 32-inch TV in the bedroom, oversized front wardrobe, solar reflective windows, slam latch baggage doors, high-gloss gel coat fiberglass and over 200 square ffeet of exterior compartment storage.”
“This is a segment that MVP has been looking forward to participating in. Being located in the heart of the largest fifth-wheel market in the country, and now having a state-of-the-art facility with full paint capabilities, moving into this level of product was a natural step for us,” Coleman added.
The all new Destiny line will be displayed in two floorplans in Louisville. The 365 RL quad slide features an additional hallway wardrobe, a double-entry side aisle bath and an “L”-shaped island kitchen. It will be shown with stainless steel appliances and all-leather theater seating. The 355 RE quad slide features a double-entry side aisle bath with “his and hers” sinks. MSRP for the brand starts at $49,952.
For more information about MVP RV’s products, go to www.mvprv.com.
For more information regarding the 2011 Destiny, contact Kevin Coleman at (951) 208-7502 or email@example.com.
Rapidly growing MVP RV Inc. is bringing back the once top-selling Jazz line of fifth-wheels.
Now completely redesigned, Jazz will be available in six mid-profile and four lightweight fifth-wheels ranging in lengths from 26 feet to 32 feet, according to a news release.
“We could not be more excited about bringing back this storied brand,” said Kevin Coleman, national sales and product manager for Riverside, Calif.-based MVP. “At one time Jazz was the No.1 selling mid-profile fifth wheel here in theWwest, but the product became stagnant. It needed more than a ‘face lift;’ it needed a complete overhaul both inside and out. We kept the things that made it such a great product line, and changed the things our dealers and customers were asking for.”
The all new 2011 Jazz has now been completely redesigned with a new front cap (featuring a full 90-degree radius turn) new profile, new graphics, new floorplans, new interiors and new features. The Jazz mid–profile is available with laminated walls, laminated floor, Corian counters, 32-inch flat screen TV, radius shower, aluminum wheels, power awning, dark tinted windows, ceiling fan, extra-large pass through storage, day/night shades and more. The Jazz lite will feature floorplans under 30 feet in length, and under 7,500 lbs in weight. Base MSRP for the brand starts at $28,275.00.
The all new 2011 Jazz will be unveiled at the upcoming 48th Annual National RV trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. MVP RV will be in the west wing, space 5523.
MVP RV Inc. builds travel trailers under the brand names Coast and Summit and toy haulers under the brand names Vortex and Envy. For more information about MVP RV’s products, please go to www.mvprv.com.
Thunder Sky Battery Ltd., a lithium-ion battery producer, is scheduled to team up with the U.S.-based MVP RV Inc. to spend approximate HK$10 billion ($1 billion U.S.) in total to build an electric-vehicle plant in Hong Kong next year, China Knowledge has reported.
According to Zhong Xin Jia, vice president of the listed firm, at the 25th World Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition Symposium and Exhibition held in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, Thunder Sky Battery will have a rapid business growth in the next 10 years, but he did not disclose the details of the new plant.
MVP RV is located in southern California and mainly manufactures travel trailers, toy haulers and fifth-wheel trailers.
Thunder Sky Battery’s competitive ability is the huge capacity of up to 10,000 ampere-hours in lithium-ion batteries, which need only 20 minutes to be charged up, Zhong added.
In addition, the Hong Kong-listed company is in talks with potential partners to enter the public e-vehicle market in Shenzhen, in which the local government hopes to have 4,000 electrical buses and 6,000 electrical taxis by the end of 2011.
Riverside, Calif.-based MVP RV Inc. today (Nov. 1)) announced that all 2011 MVP RV products will include a one-year membership to Coach-Net.
“Outstanding customer service remains a top priority for MVP RV,” Brad Williams, president and CEO of MVP RV Inc., stated in a news release. “It is important that we take care of and cover our customers 24/7, 365 days a year, not just during normal business hours. Coach-Net is the most trusted name in the RV industry and has been in business of servicing the RV community by provisioning roadside and technical assistance for over 22 years.”
Key highlights of the new program include:
- 24/7 technical hotline.
- Unlimited towing.
- Delivery of fuel and fluids.
- Jump starts.
- Flat tire service.
- Lockout service.
- Mobile mechanic services.
- Trip routing service.
- RV service appointment assistance.
- Warranty administration.
- Emergency accident trip interruption.
“Since 1987, Coach-Net has been a trusted name in the emergency roadside assistance industry,” said Ed Thorm vice president of sales for Coach-Net. “We have excelled at providing our clients with high-value, worry-free roadside assistance programs. No third parties, no hassle. Coach-Net has been the preferred RV Technical and Roadside Assistance provider to the industry for over 22 years. We are proud to have the opportunity to work with MVP RV Inc. to ensure their customers have the best RV experience possible.”
MVP RV, Inc. manufactures aluminum framed/laminated trailers, fifth-wheels and toy haulers under the brand names Coast, Summit, Vortex, Envy and Jazz. MVP products will be on display at the upcoming 48th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30-Dec. 2, where the company plans to launch new brands expanding into new segments of the RV market. For more information about MVP RV call (951)848-4288 or visit www.mvprv.com.
MVP RV Inc. announced today (Oct. 15) that it is donating a 2011 Summit travel trailer to the RVIA’s 58th Annual California RV Show in Pomona, Calif. Attendees at the show, which opens today and runs through Oct. 24, can enter a drawing for a chance to win the fully equipped Summit, which will be delivered to its new family by Giant RV, Montclair, Calif.
“We feel blessed to be able to give back to the industry; especially here in southern California” said Scott Degnan, vice president of sales and marketing for Riverside, Calif.-based MVP RV. “We are fortunate to be able to put hundreds of people back to work, and are excited to make some family’s dream come true with this brand-new trailer.”
The Summit comes standard with a raft of equipment, including laminated aluminum framed walls, EZ Lube hubs, heavy-duty stabilizer jacks, tinted safety glass windows, powder-coated aluminum diamond plate front rock guard, 13.5 BTU A/C, full size awning, microwave and Jensen AM/FM/CD player. MSRP is $17,359.