Retailing for $221,900, the Inspire, a widebody Class A motorhome from Country Coach Inc., Junction City, Ore., has supplanted the Allure as the entry level diesel pusher in the company’s upscale lineup.
“This is a category that we haven’t addressed in a number of years,” said Marketing Director Matt Howard.
The Inspire debuted last month during the Great North American RV Rally in Louisville in a 40-foot triple slideout floorplan on Country Coach’s proprietary semi-monocoque, 32,980-pound gross vehicle weight rated (gvwr) DynoMax chassis equipped with Holland/Neway USA suspension. The coach is powered by a 350-horsepower (hp) Cummins ISC 8.3 liter engine equipped with an Allison 3000 MH automatic six-speed transmission.
A 36-foot modular floorplan coach that can be configured with between two to four slideouts will be available later this year, Howard said.
The Inspire boasts a 7-foot interior ceiling height and is available in three optional feature packages – luxury, convenience and digital projection cinema – with standard oak and optional cherry or maple interiors.
Country Coach is a subsidiary of National RV Holdings RV of Perris, Calif.