The first Braxton Creek LX series travel trailers are rolling off the line this week, and company CEO Jim Jacobs has high expectations for the new series.
“We worked hard to package everything into this product that we know customers want and need,” said Jacobs in a press release. “We think the LX will be extremely well received by the educated RV buyer.”
Features include: Aluma-Tru superstructure; five-point stabilizing system; solid-surface kitchen countertops; contemporary high-end furniture, legless dining table, and an aerodynamic front cap with a diamond plate lower protection guard.
Shipshewana, Ind.-based Braxton Creek started building the BX series, a traditional entry-level product, 16 months ago, and recently introduced its Bushwhacker teardrop product to the market.
“Sight unseen, we’ve already had dealers calling us about the LX series. That speaks to the quality our team is committed to building and the reputation our company is quickly establishing in the marketplace,” Jacobs said. “I think dealers have had so much early success with our entry-level BX series and Bushwhacker teardrops, that they are very curious about our mid-level LX product.”
The LX series car a two-year limited bumper-to-bumper warranty.