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Jayco introduces new Class A Alante

Jayco introduces new Class A Alante

MIDDLEBURY, Ind. – Jayco, Inc. introduced a new gas Class A offering, the Alante. Nationally advertised at $79,995 USD base price for the 31L and 31V models, the Alante Class A motorhome will initially be available in four floorplans and will be sold through authorized Jayco motorhome dealers.

“The new Alante motorhome is the perfect balance of style, Class A comfort, and value,” said Tadd Jenkins, president of the Jayco Motorhome Group. “The success we’ve seen with the Precept was encouraging and we decided it was time to add another gas Class A to the Jayco lineup. We fully anticipate that the Alante’s appealing affordability combined with the quality craftsmanship of Jayco will raise the eye brows of customers and dealers.”

The Alante comes complete with several “must have” items for cross-country travel and priceless enjoyment including cab-forward thinking with the industry’s narrowest A-pillars and largest windshield for better sight lines along with six-way powered driver seat, the organization said in the press release. Other key features include a seamless front cap with LED lighting accents, fiberglass roof, frameless windows, pass-through storage with slam-latch baggage doors, power awning and an exterior TV. The striking interior features expansive layouts and high-end touches including Amish-crafted honey-glazed cherry wood cabinetry, a glass shower door, high-intensity LED ceiling lights, a fully-equipped kitchen and two décor options to choose from, the release continued. The Alante is backed by Jayco’s two-year limited warranty.

Built on the Ford F53, 18K or 16K chassis depending on floorplan, the Alante boasts a 6.8L Triton V-10 engine with five-speed TorqShift automatic overdrive and tow haul transmission. Safety is top of mind in the Alante with a third brake light, safety belts in every seat, and back-up and side-view cameras and monitor, the company said in the release. In addition, its turning radius, cruise control and antilock front and rear disc brakes make the Alante the ultimate in affordable drivability, the release continued.

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SOURCE: Jayco Inc. press release

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About Darian Armer

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.


  1. I can understand why Jayco is coming out with a new name for it’s 31 ft motorhome. The 31 ft Precept is an ideal model of poor workmanship. I know, my 2014 has been in the shop for close to 200 days., with very poor response from Jayco Customer Service.

  2. Thanks, Bill. I’ll look elsewhere. We appreciate the heads up

  3. Jayco is great at building travel trailers, and average at Class C’s, but they do a horrible job with Class A’s. Fit and finish is travel trailer level as is the styling. Just look at the picture above as an example. it looks more like a 2005 toy hauler trailer than a Class A.


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