In order to maximize the industry’s fast-growing, ultralight buying segment, Crossroads RV announced a full redesign on its Volante travel trailer line. Volante’s complete lineup includes full-profile fifth wheels, mid-profile fifth-wheels, as well as travel trailers.
CrossRoads Product Manager Robert Fitzsimmons reported in a press release that this was a natural step for the brand. “Because Volante has historically been well-priced, our products are an easy choice for first-time buyers and recreational campers,” he said. “Moving to an ultra-light travel trailer construction allows the brand to service a much broader range of buyers and tow vehicles. We’re really excited about the growth this will bring for us and our dealers.”
Six to 10 new floorplans will be offered in Volante’s redesigned ultra-light series. Models will range from 26- to 37-feet with a five-sided aluminum construction and a three-quarters front cap. Volante will stay focused on delivering fast-moving, in-demand floorplans and features, with innovative design and options that keep the brand ahead of its competitors, the release stated.
The redesigned Volante travel trailers will continue to offer a robust set of standard features including king beds; power package (stabilizer jacks, tongue jack and awning); pressed kitchen countertops with sink cover; stainless steel sink and faucet; upgraded oven; 10.7-cubic foot residential refrigerator; “easy sit” U-shape dinette; fireplace; extreme weather package; large assist grab handles; flip-up steps; and porcelain toilets. MSRPs for these units will be slightly above traditional aluminum and wood construction.
The new models are currently in production and shipping to dealers. Dealers can tour the full Volante product line at the Thor Open House, Sept. 23-26 at the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Ind.