Home that Can Run on the Road

Fleetwood, a leading producer of recreational vehicles, has launched the 2011 Storm – a “crossover” motor home that features the sleeping capacity and value of a Class C motor home along with the roominess and storage capacity of a Class A motor home.

“The 2011 Storm is a special motor home because it includes the best aspects of both a Class A and a Class C motor home,” said John Draheim, CEO of Fleetwood RV, Inc. “Storm is loaded with standard features and provides a great value at price that appeals to a wide range of RVers.”

The 2011 Storm is available in three floor plans: a 28-foot single-slide, rear bedroom floor plan with walk-around queen bed and oversized wrap-around booth dinette (28MS); a 31-foot dual-slide, side-aisle floor plan with opposing dinette/sofa in the living room (30SA); and a 31-foot dual-slide floor plan with standard traditional bunk beds or the optional “Bunk Bed-n-Breakfast” space-saving two-person dinette with convertible bunk beds (32BH).

The “Hide-a-Loft” feature, a queen-sized, electronic drop-down bed with air mattress located above the driver/passenger captain’s chairs, is also an available option on all floor plans.

Standard features on the 2011 Storm include one-piece windshield, 82 ” interior height; Soft Touch Flexsteel driver/passenger captain’s chairs; Soft Touch Flair sofa; convertible Dream Dinette with two cup holders; 26″ LCD wide-screen TV with DVD player; pleated night shades; full extension drawer guides and transit-ship locks.

Features also include high-gloss fiberglass sidewalls; full basement exterior with enclosed, heated holding tanks and luggage compartments; pass-through storage; Onan 4.0kw MicroQuiet generator; 15,000 BTU ducted air conditioner; patio awning; rear vision camera with monitor; power heated remote mirrors; among other options.

Base price of the 2011 Storm starts at $82,000.

RMN News

Rakesh Raman