Gulf Stream Coach Inc. introduced for model year 2005 the EnduraMax toy mover with the Cayenne package of features.
The EnduraMax Cayenne was introduced last week during Gulf Stream’s annual dealer meeting at its manufacturing complex in Nappanee, Ind.
The EnduraMax is an enhancement to the Endura Class C motorhome Gulf Stream introduced a year ago. As with the Endura, the EnduraMax is built on the beefy Chevy Kodiak C5500 chassis, which has a 19,500-pound GVWR and 26,000-pound GCWR, giving it the capacity to haul motorcycles in the rear “garage” portion of the motorhome and still be able to pull a trailer at the same time, said Brian Shea, president of Gulf Stream’s motorhome division.
The Cayenne package equips the 35-foot Class C with an 11-foot long and 88-inch high toy garage accessible by an all aluminum hydraulic lift gate, which has a safety shutoff, which Gulf Stream says makes it the safest and most versatile toy mover on the market today.
The toy garage also has a self-storing roll-down screen door for patio enjoyment and a fully weatherproof, self-storing, roll-down aluminum garage door for security when the lift gate is left in the down position.
Because the EnduraMax Cayenne does not have traditional garage door rails along the ceiling, additional hanging-storage space for bicycles, kayaks or other sporting equipment is provided.
The super slick fiberglass exterior features spicy hot graphics trimmed in diamond plate aluminum and a motorsports-inspired checkered-flag awning.
The living area of the EnduraMax has a residential look and feel with its 7-foot interior ceiling height, dual metallic ducted roof air conditioning system, hardwood cabinet doors and fronts, Comfort Plus dinette seating, Ultraleather sofa, cabover sleeping with a unique swing-out, flat-screen TV and vacuum-bond laminated walls, roof and floor on Gulf Stream’s cradle of strength construction system.