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Holiday Rambler Debuts Class A Gas Motorhome

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Holiday Rambler has announced the Eclipse, a new Class A gas motorhome that has a bevy of sought-after features RVers are sure to appreciate. The luxury Eclipse model is available in three different floorplans and three different lengths to meet a variety of owner preferences.

“With the Eclipse RV, we’ve made a number of the most popular elements standard that are typically ‘add-ons,’” said Doug Miller, product manager for REV Recreation Group’s Class A products.

Eclipse dinetteSuch standard features for day-to-day living include a full-sized residential stainless-steel refrigerator providing plenty of room, a Serenity King bed in the master for a comfy night’s sleep, and a Hide-A-Loft electric drop-down bed to add extra sleeping space.

“The Hide-A-Loft inclusion is significant because it allows the RV to expand and grow with a family and makes it possible to bring extra guests on the road,” said Miller. “In fact, the drop-down bed is one of the top items on owners’ wish lists.”

On the technology side, WiFiRanger is included to boost an existing WiFi Signal. The MultiPlex house control comes with a larger format seven-inch digital display that’s more convenient and easier to operate. The dash stereo includes a 10.1-inch tilt screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.

On the exterior, the Eclipse has dual-roof air conditioners, convenient slam latch luggage doors, and is pre-wired to add solar panels. An exterior entertainment center with an LED TV and powered awnings also come standard.Holiday Rambler

Built on a 22,000-pound chassis, the Eclipse RV has a Ford 7.3L V8 engine that generates 350 horsepower at 468 pound-feet of torque. The Eclipse’s tow hitch is rated at 8,000 pounds.

“In the industry, we refer to the important exterior elements as ‘caps, colors, and chrome,’” said Miller. “We specifically designed the Eclipse model to have a striking exterior that makes it distinctive.”

Starting at the front, the grill has a more “aggressive” look with modern chrome accents. The full-body, four-color paint comes standard, and the Eclipse’s graphics are unique. Instead of a typical swirl pattern, the graphics have sharp lines and angles, delivering an edgier look and feel. Finally, the rear is a one-piece fiberglass cap with upgraded lighting features.

The Eclipse’s exterior color choices include: a red and gray color scheme; a silver and blue combination; and gray with green accents.

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