‘Open Concept’ Challenger Joins Thor Lineup

A large island provides plenty of counterspace in the Challenger 37GT.

A large island provides plenty of counterspace in the Challenger 37GT.

Laura Michaels
August 15, 2012
Filed under Motorhomes

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A new addition to Thor Motor Coach’s Challenger line of premium gas-powered Class A motorhomes brings with it what the company called “the most innovative kitchen design ever for a motorhome.”

The 2013 Challenger 37GT model offers consumers an island kitchen with “massive countertop spaces” and multifunctional overhead storage with a wine rack that includes hanging glass storage. A hidden trash receptacle resides in the peninsula.

The 38-foot Challenger has an elongated sofa with kick-up footrest which, along with the swiveling captain’s chairs, provides a nice view of the hide-away, retractable 32-inch LCD TV. The free-standing buffet dinette provides a view of the campsite under the patio awning, while keeping the “open concept” throughout the coach.

A 32-inch retractable LCD TV accompanies the buffet dinette.

This new floorplan also features a large sofa and recliner combo with hide-a-bed, walk-through bathroom with dual vanities and full length mirror, and panoramic windows opposite the kitchen. A 19-inch bedroom TV comes standard, as does the DVD player and home theater sound bar.

“The size of the kitchen sets this floorplan apart,” said Joel Grimm, Thor’s national sales manager for gas motorhomes. “It feels big, and if you like to entertain, this is the coach for you.”

For more information on the Challenger line, visit http://ChallengerMotorhome.com. For other Thor products, call 800-860-5658 or visit http://ThorMotorCoach.com.

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