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Coachmen RV to debut new CROSSFiT Class B

MIDDLEBURY, Ind. – Coachmen RV, a Division of Forest River, Inc., is introducing a new lower priced Class B motorhome to the lineup that targets millennials and baby boomers alike, a release from the company stated.

The new Coachmen CROSSFiT is built on the Ford Transit platform to complement the existing Galleria product line, which is built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter platform, the release continued. The Class B division is a standalone division within Coachmen RV targeting the fastest growing RV segment, Class B motorhomes. Having launched the Galleria on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter just over a year ago, the division is expanding with the CROSSFiT to provide a well-rounded Class B product offering. CROSSFiT will also open more doors for the Class B division by offering the CROSSFiT for sale in Canada with its aggressive pricing structure, the release continued.

General Manager Mark Steele says, “The Class B team can’t wait to see the dealer response at Louisville! We were able to hit an extremely aggressive price while utilizing top quality materials. The CROSSFiT is priced significantly under the competition and it still offers unique features like multi-plex wiring (w/phone app), mood lighting, higher solar capacity and an interior with real pop, all while maintaining unparalleled fit and finish. When you step inside the CROSSFiT you will be blown away with the upscale contemporary look and luxurious feel while it exudes high quality.”

CROSSFiT will be showcased at RVIA Louisville RV Trade Show. Steele concluded by saying, “Everyone that has seen the finished CROSSFiT has had the same reaction, they love it! The CROSSFiT hit the trifecta with the right price, right looks & right amenities. We just found that grand slam home run that we were looking for! Come early to see the Coachmen CROSSFiT because you will want to be our next newest dealer.”

SOURCE: Coachmen RV press release

 

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Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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  1. When can you post interior & exterior pictures and any specs, features, please?