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Stryker ST33116 toy hauler floorplan

Stryker ST3316 toy hauler floorplan

Howe, Ind.-based Cruiser RV announced the introduction of the Stryker ST-3316, its largest toy hauler and first triple-axle trailer.

According to a press release, the Stryker ST-3316 features an open concept floorplan with 16 feet of cargo space from the ramp opening to the first cabinet, and over 20 feet of cargo area from the ramp opening to the far kitchen counter. The 102-inch widebody design allows customers to fit two full size side-by-sides comfortably.

At a length of 38 feet, the Stryker model still only weighs around 8,600 pounds fully equipped and continues Cruiser RV’s tradition of lightweight trailers with more capacity to haul toys and other cargo.

2016 Stryker models will be on display at the Elkhart County RV Open House and are currently available and shipping to dealers. Find more information about this model and more on the Cruiser RV website at http://cruiserrv.com/products/stryker.

Also, the company is introducing all-new V-Nose ViewFinder Signature floorplans and updates. The V-Nose lineup has been completely revamped and expanded to five floorplans. New for 2015 is a one-of-a-kind fiberglass front cap with automotive metallic paint, a widened 96-inch platform, barreled interior ceiling, a 10-gallon water heater, 8 cu. ft. refrigerator, kitchen skylight and wood-trimmed windows.

ViewFinder Signature was nominated for several best-of-show and best new products awards at the 2014 Open House and RVIA Louisville show, and continues to show increased customer demand.

“The V-Nose is a great way to add room to affordable smaller models. These new floorplans offer unique solutions for this added space”, said Jay Mohamed, vice president of sales for Cruiser RV.

“We’ve been listening to our customers and are proud of our new lineup,” said Jeff Fought, president. “As an industry leader for affordable lightweight trailers with strong growth, we feel that the market supports our new theme of ‘100% Genuine’ travel trailers.”