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DRV debuts new Mobile Suites Aire

DRV debuts new Mobile Suites Aire

DRV Luxury Suites, manufacturer of the high-end Mobile and Elite Suites and Full House luxury fifth-wheel toy lines, is tapping a new segment of the market with the launch of the Mobile Suites Aire during this week’s Elkhart County RV Open House, a release from the company stated.

According to the release, the Mobile Suites Aire will bring ultra-luxury into a segment where price and weight are more sensitive. While still offering many of the features found in the Mobile Suites, the Aire is aimed at the single-wheel truck segment, allowing dealers to introduce the DRV brand to a broader base of RVers.

“We have no intentions of changing directions from what has built DRV,” stated General Manager Jeff Fought. “We will continue to focus on what has made our brands successful over the past 14 years, but we felt this was the perfect market to provide our dealers an aggressively priced product targeted at single-wheel truck owners.”

The Mobile Suites Aire will offer similar floorplans as the Mobile Suites line with full-time exterior features that include automotive disc brakes, dual pane windows and full-body paint with clear coat. The interior also offers upscale amenities with a residential appliance package, hand-laid vinyl floor ties, and soft-close drawer guides. 

“The longest floorplan in the lineup weighs 14,300 pounds,” said Fought. “The Aire will be a perfect fit for RVers who do not want to upgrade their truck to become part of the DRV family.”

SOURCE: DRV 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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