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Editor’s Note: A number of manufacturers debuted new units at the recent 34th Annual Florida RV SuperShow, which was hosted Jan. 16-20 by the Florida RV Trade Association FRVTA at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa. FRVTA officials reported a record attendance of 74,286. RVBUSINESS.com will present several of the new units over the next several days.

Tiffin Wayfarer Motorhome Interior

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Wayfarer 25RW by Tiffin Motorhomes

With the 25RW, Tiffin Motorhomes has added more than just a fifth-model to its Wayfarer Class C line built on the Sprinter chassis. The 25W features a Murphy bed that, when ready for sleep, offers a walk-around bed as opposed to the 24FW model and its “sleep-sideways” Murphy bed. 

The 25RW puts its Murphy bed atop a sofa, which is directly across from the television, and the two are tucked into a nearly full-wall streetside slideout, which also houses a dinette booth. The campsite-side galley makes efficient use of space, but it’s the spacious rear bath that has Trent Tiffin especially excited.

“You can actually get in and use it,” he said, adding the 25RW is loaded with storage with its “two big wardrobes, plenty of drawers, a great entertainment space for the TV, for the kids or riding down the road. But then, one of my most favorite things is our bathroom, is huge, spacious, anybody could fit in it.”

Additionally, Tiffin mentioned the company has been especially pleased with the growth of the Wayfarer — it’s just now entering its third year in the market. The Red Bay, Ala.-based manufacturer has been producing the Wayfarer at a facility based in Winfield, Ala., and recently announced plans to build a  customer service center on the 30-acre complex.

“Our Wayfarer customers will be able to have the same experience that the Red Bay Class A customers have,” Tiffin said. “That’s one thing we’ve always prided ourselves in; we’re going to do our best we can to make sure everything’s okay with your motorhome.”