CrossRoads Looks to Re-Establish Top Fiver

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When the new executive team took the helm at CrossRoads RV, members vowed to reestablish the company’s flagship Cruiser fifth wheel as “tops in its class.”

Seven months ago, a new executive team took the helm at CrossRoads RV, vowing to bring new life to the Cruiser fifth wheel.

Seven months later, the team is set to debut what CrossRoads President Ryan Juday describes as a “total rebirth”.

“Cruiser is the most successful product in CrossRoads’ 20-year history, with hundreds of dedicated dealers and thousands of loyal owners,” Juday said in a news release Thursday. “We felt it was time to take the product to a whole new level.”

The CrossRoads team focused on reducing weight and lowering the price while elevating the overall look and appeal of the coach.

“We listened to our dealers and customers to put together an extremely attractive product with all the best-in-category features at an unheard of price,” Cruiser General Manager Nate Nickell said. “We started with an all-aluminum superstructure, high-gloss gel-coat side walls, and a two-tone automotive painted cap.  Not only does the coach look incredible, but we were able to reduce weights by 10 percent. We can now offer triple-slide floorplans that weigh under 8,000 dry.”

The Cruiser will be available in two trim levels — the Cruiser Aire with seven floorplans, and the upgraded Cruiser with five floorplans.

Standard on the Aire are aluminum entry steps, slam latch baggage doors, one-key-fits all lock system, power stabilizer jacks, back up camera prep and solar prep. The interior of the Aire has been totally redone, as well. Some of the features include solid-surface countertops, stainless steel appliances, glass top range which not only looks good but adds additional counter top space, residential raised-panel maple cabinet doors and wood-trimmed windows.

The upgraded Cruiser includes all the features of the Aire and adds Ground Control power leveling, choice of 12 cubic-foot RV refrigerator or 18 cubic-foot residential refrigerator, Extreme Weather insulation package, upgraded Furrion oven with digital readout and residential Furrion gas cook top, fireplace, and 48-inch television.

MSRP for the new Cruiser is $29,000 to $45,000.

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