Motorized and towable manufacturer Newmar Corp., Nappanee, Ind., has introduced two new gasoline-powered Class A motorhomes for 2007, including the mid-priced, $112,392 (base MSRP) Canyon Star shown here. Available in six double- and one triple-slideout floorplans, Canyon Star is built on a 22,000-pound GVWR Ford F-53 chassis with a 362-hp gas engine or a Workhorse W-20 or W-22 platform rated at 20,000- and 22,000-pounds GVWR respectively. The triple slide layout features a fold-down bed on the rear wall that creates a second living area with two recliners and a 24-inch flatscreen TV when in the raised position. Interior features include Flexsteel furniture, two flat-screen TVs, raised-panel oak door and residential-style, full-extension ball-bearing drawer guide. Also new for 2007 is the flat-front entry-level Bay Star with a suggested base MSRP of $95,396. Built on a 20,500-pound GVWR Ford F-53 chassis powered by a 362-horsepower engines, the Bay Star is available in seven two-slideout floorplans in lengths of 27-33 feet.