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Old 04-26-2010, 06:52 PM   #1
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Fleetwood model line up

Can anyone tell me where the prowler, regal fits in of all the models for 5th wheel rv's that fleetwood made? Is it an upper end model or middle of the road or lower end. I am looking at a 2004 30 foot model and am interested in opinions of this model.

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Prowler Regal was an upper end years ago. I think they still were until Fleetwood quit building towables.

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The tip top of Fleetwoods towables was the Triumph. However, Triumph was a dark trailer (walnut cabinets, dark solid surface counters, dark carpeting and even darker wallpaper) and was a marketing failure because of it. Some liked the dark library feel but most liked a brighter, more cheery, 5er. They also were costly with out as much value for the $ as other 80,000 trailers. IMHO, it would be better to look at other units. Fleewood, despite being the largest rv manufacturer, was never known as being a quality manufacturer. They would bring units out under a name and then drop the name if sales were poor. Then, under a different name, they were remarketed all over again. Now that Fleetwood is no longer in the towable market, you will have to rely entirely on the dealer for support . Not a great place to be in. Be wary of Lippert frames. Fleetwood used them on many of their units.
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Old 04-29-2010, 09:35 PM   #4
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the regal was a prowler with few more feature and up graded interior.
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