Western Recreational Vehicles Inc., Yakima, Wash., has added the lower-priced 40-foot, triple slideout Avalanche Series to its existing Alpine Coach Class A motorhome lineup, according to MotorHome.com, a service of MotorHome magazine, a sister publication of RV Business and RVBUSINESS.COM.
The Avalanche is built on Western’s own 33,000-pound GVWR-rated raised-rail Peak Chassis, which includes a standard 350hp Cummins 8.3-liter ISC diesel engine.
The Avalanche also comes with standard full-body paint, redesigned front and rear caps, solid-maple, raised-panel cabinet doors and a residential-size shower.
With a base retail price of $208,494, the Avalanche sells for about $50,000 less than the Alpine Coach Limited Series.
The Avalanche 400 comes with a 400hp Cummins 8.9-liter ISL engine, polished aluminum wheels, a central vacuum, ceramic tile floors in the galley, dinette, bath and entryway, a combination washer/dryer and a King Dome electronic self-locating satellite system.