Fleetwood RV, Inc. launched its 2011 Discovery Class A diesel motor home
during the Company’s National Dealer Meeting in Ft. Wayne, Ind., last
week. The 2011 model year marks the 15th anniversary for the diesel
brand, which now features two 42-foot tag axle floor plans built on the
Liberty Chassis platform.
The 2011 Discovery 42A is a 42-foot two-cabin, mid-ship TV floor plan
with a rear bedroom — accessible through the master suite bathroom —
which features bunk beds and a 32” LCD TV. The Discovery’s 42C model is a
42-foot side-aisle floor plan with a forward-facing “gourmet galley”
with a standard residential refrigerator and 3-burner range. These
42-foot tag axle models are built on the latest generation of Liberty
Chassis which features taller basement storage, side-swing luggage doors
and a more intuitive service center; as well as one of the best rides
in the industry.
“This model year we focused on adding features and innovations
to Discovery — including the introduction of our first two-cabin floor
plan — that would really raise the bar,” said John Draheim, CEO of
Fleetwood RV, Inc.
Key standard features on the 2011 Discovery include a 380HP
Cummins 8.3L engine, full-body paint, dual dash monitors, Sony
electronics throughout, ceramic tile floor from galley to bedroom,
day/night pleated shades by MCD, hardwood cabinet doors/drawers, 84”
interior ceiling height, 2000 watt Pure Sine Wave inverter with remote,
and 8.0kw Onan Quiet Diesel generator.
The 2011 Discovery is available in five floor plans: a 36-foot
quad-slide floor plan (36J), a curb-side, full-wall-slide floor plan
with optional bunk beds (40G); a triple-slide, mid-ship TV floor plan
(40X); as well as the two 42-foot models described above. Discovery’s
36-foot and 40-foot models are built on the Power Bridge Chassis.
For more information about Fleetwood RV and its full-line of
Class A and Class C recreational vehicles, call 1-800-322-8216 or visit fleetwoodrv.com.