With the debut of the new 2005 Envoy Class A diesel pusher, Travel Supreme Inc., Wakarusa, Ind., is seeking to increase its share of the lower-price segment of the high-end diesel-pusher market.
“We are trying to get more into the meat and potatoes of the market,” said Glenn L. Troyer, chairman and president.
Envoy, available in one 36-foot and four 38-foot floorplans with up to four slideouts, is built on a 32,000-pound GVWR Spartan Mountain Master chassis powered by a 7.9-liter, 350-hp Caterpillar ISL diesel engine with an Allison 3000 MH electronic transmission.
Featuring 7-foot padded vinyl ceilings, oak hardwood cabinets and ceramic tile floors in the kitchen, bath and foyer, the aluminum and gelcoat fiberglass Envoy retails from $190,000. Full-body paint is available as an option.
Travel Supreme began full production in March of its long-awaited 2005 Travel Supreme ME, a unique high-end, midengine Class A diesel toy hauler that features a 4- by 10-foot rear garage with hydraulic ramp suitable for hauling motorcycles, ATVs or even small automobiles.
Offered in two 41-foot double-slideout floorplans, Travel Supreme ME is built on a custom-designed 34,600-pound GVWR Mountain Master ME2 raised-rail chassis mated with a 400-hp Cummins ISL diesel engine. The coach features independent front suspension, Corian countertops in the kitchen and bath and full-body paint with a 3M front mask. Retail prices starts at $310,000.