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Old 04-29-2017, 11:46 AM   #43
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Wondering if anybody has any insight (or speculation) about future expansion of New Aire floorplan lineup for 2019 and beyond. I will be in the market for an upscale 2019 bunk model, and it looks like a 38-40 foot New Aire would check all the boxes. The Mountain Aire 4535 is on my short list, but smaller would be a huge advantage.

Probably too early to even speculate.
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Old 04-29-2017, 01:03 PM   #44
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Wondering if anybody has any insight (or speculation) about future expansion of New Aire floorplan lineup for 2019 and beyond. I will be in the market for an upscale 2019 bunk model, and it looks like a 38-40 foot New Aire would check all the boxes. The Mountain Aire 4535 is on my short list, but smaller would be a huge advantage.

Probably too early to even speculate.
Just read on one of these threads that the Mountain Aire for 2018 will be available in a 40'.
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Old 04-29-2017, 01:16 PM   #45
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Side view cameras do not look like they are embedded in the mirrors but on the side of the coach? I thought all Aire products have the cameras built into the mirror.

Not sure which is better for actualy viewing the road
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Old 04-29-2017, 01:27 PM   #46
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Side view cameras do not look like they are embedded in the mirrors but on the side of the coach? I thought all Aire products have the cameras built into the mirror.

Not sure which is better for actualy viewing the road
In my 17 DS 3724 the cameras are side mounted. I have never had a problem with them however I have never had them in the mirror mounts either so it may just be personable preference. Anyway, I always take my blind spot into consideration but the side mounted cameras do help a lot. Safe travels my friend

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Old 04-30-2017, 08:52 AM   #47
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So I have a question. With all the people touring the factory and taking delivery, how did they keep this under wraps so well? Do they have a separate facility where it was built, or just managed to disguise it really well on the production line? I know they stopped giving tours at some point, so maybe that is when they put them together.
If I had to guess - the badging wasn't added until the coach was in Florida. In production it's just another gray and bare aluminum coach. Once it's off to paint it will not be seen again anywhere the general public would normally have access to.
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I inquired at a dealer's yesterday about a New Aire, and was told that only special dealers will be selling it - can anyone confirm this, and who are those dealers?
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I inquired at a dealer's yesterday about a New Aire, and was told that only special dealers will be selling it - can anyone confirm this, and who are those dealers?
Any Newmar dealer can order any Newmar RV, including the New Aire. Perhaps they meant only some Newmar dealers will be carrying stock units on their lots.
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I inquired at a dealer's yesterday about a New Aire, and was told that only special dealers will be selling it - can anyone confirm this, and who are those dealers?
It's true that only certain dealers can sell certain of the upper level models (according to our dealer). Newmar could tell you which dealers those are. IIRC NIRVC is one of them, but I can't remember other dealer names offhand.
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It's true that only certain dealers can sell certain of the upper level models (according to our dealer). Newmar could tell you which dealers those are. IIRC NIRVC is one of them, but I can't remember other dealer names offhand.
Whoops, I stand corrected. I didn't know some Newmar Dealers were unable to sell the high end coaches.
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Whoops, I stand corrected. I didn't know some Newmar Dealers were unable to sell the high end coaches.
Just curious if anybody knows why this is done?
It seems it would be a snub to many of Newmar's dealers.
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Just curious if anybody knows why this is done?
It seems it would be a snub to many of Newmar's dealers.
I think it's for a few reasons, such as ensuring techs and sales staff are fully competent and knowledgeable on all the potential options and systems, which get more complicated (and more expensive) as the rigs move up in the lineup...

I think it also has something to do with historic sales (# of units moved) over the years.
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Also some dealers don't have the cash it takes to have a dozen or so $400,000 to 1,000,000 units on their lot in inventory.
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