Lifestyle Luxury RV, a division of EverGreen Recreational Vehicles LLC, announced that its entire 2015 fifth-wheel lineup features a 101-inch wide body design.
According to a press release, all five of the widebody models will meet the growing demand by full-timers for more spacious interiors with greater amounts of storage, larger kitchens, baths and wider hallways.
“Our customers are looking for more than just a beautiful coach – it needs to stand up to full-time use and have more storage,” stated Lifestyle Product Manager Gary Stanley. “I think we’ve delivered. Lifestyle is already built on a superior frame and now we’ve added that extra element that really appeals to people who spend most of the year on the road.”
Designed for year-round travel, Lifestyle fifth-wheels offer a copious amount of storage throughout. The rear basement storage, found only in Lifestyle, increases from 33 to 37 cubic feet. At the front of the coach there is a generous 218 square feet of finished pass-through storage. A large walk-in wardrobe and roomy linen closets in the bedroom provide plenty of room for all the essentials. There’s more room for a washer/dryer.
Amenities in the new widebody models include Corian countertops, a double-stainless steel sink and residential raised-panel cabinets in glazed cherry are standard. A six-and-a-half foot slide-out height in the living room allows for larger windows that open the space further. The added interior width also allows plenty of room for large entertainment centers with fireplaces and desks. An outdoor entertainment center with optional flat screen TV is standard equipment on all wide body models.
“We know our customers have patiently anticipated the debut of our widebody models and we’re finally ready to get them on the market,” explained Lifestyle Luxury RV General Manager Dymon Farrer. “Just as every detail of a Lifestyle is carefully considered and executed, redesigning the wide body models was no different. We want to ensure our customers will get the most out of their dollar.”