New Denali travel trailer and fifth-wheel

New Denali travel trailers and fifth-wheels

Goshen, Ind.-based Dutchmen Manufacturing Inc. reported strong consumer response during the early round of shows for its all-new line of Denali travel trailers and fifth-wheels.

“Since Open House, dealers have been really excited about the new Denali products. Now, with the retail show season in full swing, consumers are finding out exactly why the dealers are so fired up,” said Dutchmen Vice President of Sales Troy James  in a press release. “We’ve seen big sales increases in the majority of shows. Over 70% of dealers at the retail shows are seeing significant sales lifts in the Denali products.”

In more detail, the changes start with what Denali Product Manager Carter Yoder has described as a Denali “fifth-wheel-like travel trailer.”

“I’ve been in this business for a long time, and I have to say that what we’ve done with this travel trailer is truly unique. It has the floorplan and storage capacity of a fifth-wheel, and with its deep, opposing slideouts and barrel ceiling, it just feels much bigger than it actually is,” said Yoder.

He added, “In our fifth-wheels, we’ve increased storage space by 22%, and we’ve also added five inches of bedroom ceiling height in all floorplans. Dutchmen is focused on value – giving customers more bang for the buck — and the 2015 Denali products do just that.”

All Denali products feature painted gel coat fiberglass front-end caps with LED lights, oyster-colored fiberglass exteriors, European-designed furniture with accent stitching, mosaic tile backsplashes, residential window treatments with soft drapes, and a host of other standard amenities. MSRPs start at $23,483 (Denali 2371 RB Lite travel trailer).

“As was stated by one observer, there is no shortage of standard features when it comes to Denali. Combine that with the fact that we’re not the most expensive product in our class, and we think consumers are going to pretty quickly discover that Denali has redefined what value is all about,” Yoder added.