It’s not unusual for us to pick up a new line or two each year. In the last couple of years, Tiffin has expanded out into Class Cs and VanLeigh Fifth Wheels. Forest River’s new No Boundaries line has been a great addition. And both NeXus and Venture have joined our RV family with their products.
So what about 2020? We think it’s going to be Fleetwood’s greatest yet.
We’ve carried the Fleetwood Bounder practically forever. It’s the U.S.’s best-selling motorhome of all time. And it deserves to be.
All of Fleetwood Class As share quality engineering from the inside out. Starting with the Power Platform Chassis™—to provide strength, stability and reliability—to the PowerLock System™—interlocking aluminum floor, sidewall and ceiling structures into one tight whole—to their Vacu-bond™ construction, pulling it all together under up to 415,000 pounds of vacuum pressure.
When Fleetwood builds, they BUILD.
So we are proud to announce our THREE new Fleetwood family members: the Pace Arrow, the Flair, and the ALL NEW Fortis!
The 2020 Pace Arrow
If you want flexibility and power, then Pace Arrow was made for you. This “pocket diesel” gives you more maneuverability and a lower profile while maintaining up to 340 HP of power. The exclusive Freedom Bridge foundation combines the unrivaled strength and storage capacity of Fleetwood RV’s modular design with the high-performance innovation of a Freightliner chassis — all backed by the nation’s largest service support network. This means you can take it to places like national or state parks, but still feel confident on the highway.
Plus, it comes with standards like a Hide-A-Loft™ queen bed, a 40-inch LED exterior TV and soundbar, and Fleetwood’s exclusive Freedom Bridge® chassis with V-Ride® suspension.
For 2020, Fleetwood has added a digital dash, fully-integrated steering wheel controls, auto headlights and blind spot detection.
With every detail, you’ll see why Pace Arrow is setting the pace across the market.
The 2020 Flair
The Fleetwood Flair is their classic starter Class A. It’s affordable, even packed as it is with standard features. With a 50-inch exterior TV, full-size patio awning, room for six or more, it’s a great choice for your growing family.
Add to that a 600-pound capacity Hide-A-Loft™ queen bed and generous pass-through storage: room for everything!
You can also plug in an auxiliary solar panel or hook up a full-size grill to the propane access line. And its looks are one-of-a-kind, too,thanks to a low profile, modern front cap.
Plus, Fleetwood has added some amazing features to the 2020 Flair, including the Bilstein® Steering Stabilizer System, the WiFiRanger™ Sky4 DC system, six-panel doors and frosted glass cabinets.
If your family is ready to start adventuring, then the Fleetwood Flair is ready to take you there.
The ALL-NEW 2020 Fortis
When a classic is born, it turns heads and wins awards. The Fortis has arrived and we are impressed.
This full-scale luxury gas Class A is the movie star companion for all of your adventures. Built on the Power Platform chassis for a strong foundation, smooth ride and incredible exterior storage, the Fortis abounds in standard features, including 22.5-inch tires and aluminum Alcoa wheels. You’ll also luxuriate in the handling and control with the Bilstein® steering stabilizer system. When you step inside, the lavish amenities continue with a Serenity Series King bed, a Hide-A-Loft™ queen bed, decorative touches like a stainless steel farmhouse sink, and technology—such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with Navigation integrated with the 10-inch display and a smart TV with Amazon Fire TV.
The Fortis is the perfect vehicle to get you out on the road in beauty and comfort.
As you can see, it’s not going to be an easy choice. Do you want the time-tested Bounder. Or the power and engineering of the Pace Arrow. Or do you want the family friendly, feature-packed starter Flair. Or do you just want to ride the roads like a celebrity in the Fortis.
The choice is yours. Come in anytime to make your best decision of the New Year.
The secret? There’s no way to get it wrong.