Originally Posted by R0sewin
I am interesting to get my first RV, I’m thinking big and I want a toy hauler. Two cruiser motorcycle will be using the garage while traveling.
I have been comparing the Newmar 3920 and the Outlaw 37LS, and I like some characteristic in one model and others in the other model.
For example, the bedroom in the Newmar is more confortable that just a loft in the Outlaw.
The Outlaw interior design has more storage and better-looking furniture.
Newmar is 39” vs Outlaw 37”
Outlaw offers a private patio and a bed over driver’s sit.
I would like to see if someone of you could share more information about this RV, and help me to decide with model should I get. And of course any Dealership information recommended to do a good business would be appreciate it
You have posted in the "towable" section of iRV2, so you might miss some of the audience desired. Unfortunately, there is no "Toy Hauler" section in the motorhome part of iRV2...but, as found - that is because there are only the 2 brands making motorized Toy Haulers (except for custom ordered rigs like Renegade or Toterhome).
The Brand X vs. Brand Y question will usually find brand loyal responses...
...so, I will offer an Outlaw point of view to you questions:
The Outlaw is the original and best selling motorized Toy Hauler
It has been made since 2006 as a 2007 model. It has been built on 3 chassis and of the 3, there have been 4 GVWR ratings with the current being rated at 26,000LB (only exceeded by the 2009-2010 Freightliner Front Engine Diesel - FRED at 27,000LB GVWR)
Your first choice to make is, "must you" have a bedroom or not? The 37LS offers the large loft that can fit a CalKing sized mattress. The 37MD offers the mid-room that is a multi-purpose area because the bed folds into a couch - and a loft (but it is smaller).
The length of the 37LS (1 slide) is 38' 6"
The length of the 37MD (2 slides) is 38' 9"
2015 Outlaw Class A Toy Haulers: Class C Motorhomes by Thor Motor Coach
The ramp comes standard with the deck capability and fencing. The ramp is flat on the top and serves very well as a deck. An angled ramp will not work-out so well for a deck, even with an owner mod.
The lofts are wonderful spaces because they never are used for traffic between the garage and the rest of the RV. It is a quiet space that has fantastic temperature control thanks to direct inputs from the AirCon within a very short distance from your body in the summer and heat from the furnace naturally climbs up the angled ceiling in the winter. If not running the HVAC, the roof vent and side windows create a great ventilation path.
The Outlaw garages are 122" (10' 2") deep - Newmar is 120". But a very big difference is that the Newmar interior garage door opens into the garage - so any toys must be clear of the door to allow entry, or you have to enter from outside.
And, the BIGGEST difference will be what price you can find. The Outlaw is built like car makers with high volume and options as ordered. This business model provides a reasonable margin. The Canyon Star is built in a much lower volume and the factory will accept owner modification requests plus options. Because of this, your bottom line will be quite different.