Country Coach has added an Intrigue LE Class A to its motorhome line.
The 40-foot quadslide model, which retails for $369,880, The Intrigue LE, which debuted at FMCA’s 72nd International Convention Aug. 16-19 in Redmond, Ore., is available in 40- and 42-foot lengths.
In keeping with the limited edition concept, just 15 vehicles of each model will be built. Double-, triple- or quadslide floorplans are available at the buyer’s request for each model.
The Intrigue LE offers a choice of four theme designs, with all interior decors, ornamental wood appliques and exterior full-body paint reflecting that overall theme. A tile floor, full tile backsplash on the custom solid-surface countertops, high-grade woodworking and upholstery along with a deluxe entertainment system all add to the elite image.
The coach is built on a 45,200-pound GVWR Dynomax chassis with a standard 400-hp Cummins ISL diesel and optional 525-hp Cat 12.5-L C-13 engine.
The Junction City, Ore., manufacturer also unveiled the 2005 Allure 400 series featuring a completely redesigned body with a one-piece windshield, new end caps, raised interior ceiling height and new appointments.
The Allure 430 is available in a 34-foot, tripleslide floorplan or 40-foot, quadslide floorplan. The base price of $311,900. The Allure 470 is available in 37-, 40- and 42-foot models, all with four slideouts.
Built on Country Coach’s proprietary DynoMax chassis, the Allure is powered by a 400-hp Caterpillar C-9 engine. Standard features include an Allison 3000MH transmission, a Holland/Neway independent front suspension, tubular steel frame structure and a chassis/body build that creates a semi-monocoque design.
An airbag suspension is used all around and the wide-body coach features a 7-foot, 1-inch interior ceiling height, one-piece fiberglass roof and a full slate of top-end materials and equipment.