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Keystone Raptor Predator catches RVingPlanet’s eye

Keystone Raptor Predator catches RVingPlanet’s eye

LOUISVILLE , Ky. — RVingPlanet.com in association with CampgroundViews.com provides an in depth look at the new toy hauler fifth wheel brand, Raptor Predator Series from Keystone RV. Filmed on location at the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, Nate Morse interviews District Sales Manager for Raptor & Carbon, Kevin Warren, to discuss the new features, amenities and targeted purchaser of this new RV brand.

The new Raptors have been completely refined from what toy haulers used to be like with a rugged appeal. The fiberglass front cap with Max Turn technology, radius roof with one-piece TPO walk-on roof, on board fuel station, 30 gallon generator fuel tank, and the Trail Air Equaflex suspension, plus the Dexter ultra lube axles are just a few of the new rig’s features.

“Raptor has been in business longer than any other toy hauler manufacturer. We now offer three different price points. You’ve got the Raptor which is the luxury line, you’ve got the Carbon which is the mid price point line, and now you have the Predator series which is the lower price point line,” states Warren.”The great part about that is you get the construction and quality in the Predator is the same as the Raptor without all of the extra cost involved.”

A review and 4k video can be found by clicking: Keystone Raptor Predator.

SOURCE: RVingPlanet.com press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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