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Why Not To Overlook Fleetwood Campers
Fleetwood campers are currently one of the most popular brands of pop up camper in America; as of 2006 its market share had exceeded those of its next three competitors. The story behind these popular pop ups began in 1967, when Coleman started in Camping Trailer Division to manufacture pop up campers. The Division was eventually sold to the Fleetwood Enterprises in 1989.
There are four lines of Fleetwood travel trailers: Highlander, Americana, Destiny and Evolution. Standard features for all four lines include the posi-lock lift system, electric brakes, full perimeter aluminum body and bed rails, five-bolt wheels, carbon monoxide detector and alarm, three way refrigerator, water pump, exterior patio light, interior and exterior 110V outlets, propane tanks, outdoor stove and window curtains and privacy curtains.
There are four models in the Highlander series – Arcadia, Saratoga, Niagara and Avalon – which is also dubbed as the most popular high side wall folding trailers in the US. The series has the same features as a regular travel trailer with the convenience of a folding camper. Standard features include an outdoor shower, ceramic commode, 20 gallon under floor fresh water holding tank, 20 gallon under floor grey water holding tank, AM/FM/CD stereo with four indoor/outdoor speakers, microwave oven (only for Niagara and Avalon) and three burner range with oven. Options include a remote control 12 volt power lift and a self-storing canopy.
The Americana line has six models – Sun Valley, Sta. Fe, Cheyenne, Williamsburg, Utah and Bayside – and is the most popular low side wall pop up camper in North America. Standard features include an outside shower, three burner stove, quilted mattresses, combo fan/light for the pull-out galley and dinette area and a 1.9 cu. ft. refrigerator. Options include the 12 v power lift, self-storing canopy and 16,000 btu furnace.
The Destiny series has five models – Yuma, Taos, Sedona, Westlake and Seapine – and is among the most affordable of Fleetwood folding campers. Standard features include a 10 gallon water storage tank (although the capacity may vary depending on the model), 1.9 cu. ft. refrigerator, stainless steel sink and an under floor fresh water holding tank (on selected models). Options are the same as in the other lines.
Finally, the Evolution line specializes in ‘off-road’ campers, with four models: E1, E2, E3 and Cobalt. Standards include heavy duty steel main frame, mud flaps, shock absorbers, six gallon water heater and two 20-lb propane tanks. Options include a 16,000 Btu furnace with thermostat control and electric flush cassette potty with 5.3 gallon black water holding tank (for E2 & E3 models).
Whichever model of Fleetwood trailers you buy, it is sure to help you get the most out of your camping adventures.
Official Fleetwood Website: http://fleetwoodrv.com/