Country Coach Inc., a subsidiary of National RV Holdings Inc., showed its 2005 Magna 630 and Affinity 730 models for the first time during its recent International Rally in Tucson, Ariz.
Company officials say both highline models are “new generation motorcoaches” with “sleek new lines, the company’s new corporate logo, seven new modular slide floorplans, new equipment” and the recently released low-emissions Caterpillar C-13 engine on Country Coach’s own DynoMax chassis. The C-15 offers 525 hp with 1,650 foot-pounds of torque.
The 2005 Magna and Affinity feature large one-piece wrap-around windshields and new exterior contouring for a streamlined European look. Additionally, power awnings disappear into the roof line and new paint schemes in 12 color combinations are available.
Available in 40-, 42- and 45-foot lengths, the Magna and Affinity can come with two to four slides with each floorplan.
Retail prices for the two new models will be “above $400,000 and $500,000,” according to the company.