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2017 RUV Motorhomes Gain Substantial Upgrades

summer sales heating up with the 2017 line-up

Thor Motor Coach is seeing summer sales heat up with the 2017 line-up of Recreational Utility Vehicle (RUV) motorhomes. RUVs continue to draw new people to the RV lifestyle and eliminate the shortcomings of a traditional SUV by providing a fully-functional living environment with a kitchen, living room, bathroom, and sleeping areas in a 25-foot or less package.

The Axis and Vegas have been the talk of the RV industry since their debut. Consumers can see new interior decors from top to bottom, including the cabinetry, flooring, countertops and kitchen backsplash. Standard features this year include the bedroom and exterior television, a 12-volt attic fan with vent cover, and LED lighting in the step well and bedroom reading lights.

The Compass and Gemini motorhomes, the newest members of Thor Motor Coach’s RUVs, receive more options to choose from this year such as the exterior 32-inch LED TV. Consumers also get to look at two floor plans with the addition of the 23TB. Built on a Ford® Transit diesel chassis, these models are compact and easy to drive, and provide a heightened benefit of maneuverability and greater fuel efficiency.

Whatever destination awaits you, there’s an RUV made to fit. For more information on RUVs and the entire Thor Motor Coach 2017 line-up, visit ThorMotorCoach.com.

About Thor Motor Coach
Thor Motor Coach (TMC) is the only “Made to Fit” motorhome brand in North America. TMC’s diverse product lineup includes many of the world’s most recognized Class A and Class C motorhomes. As the industry leader in innovative design, TMC builds a variety of unique styles, sizes and floor plans that feel custom-made – at a truly competitive price. For more information, visit ThorMotorCoach.com or call 800-860-5658.

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