Retail sales of Fleetwood Enterprises Inc.’s Pace Arrow Class A motorhome brand was up 22% during the first half of this year, when compared with other gas-engine brands, and the company believes its all new 2004 model will boost the brand’s sales even more.
The 2004 Pace Arrow is being introduced to the buying public during the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show, which continues in Harrisburg through Sunday (Sept. 14).
The Pace Arrow is Fleetwood’s top-of-the-line gasoline engine model. With a base MSRP ranging from $127,000 to $135,700, the company believes it will compete effectively against entry-level diesels, which carry retail price tags starting at around $140,000.
The 2004 Pace Arrow comes on the Workhorse 22,000-pound GVWR chassis in two- or three-slideout floorplans ranging in length from 36 to 38 feet. The 37C triple-slide floorplan version has a different feature: The hallway is down the side of the coach, instead of straight down the middle, which greatly expands the size of the bathroom.
Fleetwood will begin shipping the new Pace Arrow to dealers in mid-October.