National RV Inc. will introduce two new diesel pusher Class A motorhome models during gatherings in Ontario, Calif. next week.
The Marlin and Tradewinds LTC will be unveiled during a private gathering next Tuesday (June 13), the company announced today. The private unveiling will coincide with National RV’s first-ever dealer conference on June 14.
The Marlin will retail in the low $140,000 range and will be available in three floorplans between 35- and 39-feet long. It will come equipped with a Cummins ISB 300-hp engine, independent front suspension and raised rail construction.
The Tradewinds LTC (Luxury Touring Class) will be priced around $175,000 and will be the companion to the Tradewinds brand diesel pusher that National RV introduced during 1997. Special features of the LTC include a 330-hp Caterpillar engine, standard double slide-out floorplans, raised rail construction, independent front suspension, side radiator cooling and leather seating.
National RV Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of National RV Holdings Inc., a New York Stock Exchange-listed company.