REV Hopes New Class C’s Break Mold

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REV Recreation Group is introducing two new lineups for 2017 that the company hopes can break the traditional Class C mold.

The lines – Fleetwood RV Jamboree and the Holiday Rambler Vesta – were first introduced in June this year, and apply amenities and REV’s ride and handling package that the company said are more typical of Class A motorhomes.

Both motorhome models ride on a rubber shackle ‘airless’ suspension system. Partnering with MORryde, REV created an exclusive REV Control Ryde ride and handling system, borrowing scrupulous engineering from the ambulance industry, which demands the smoothest riding vehicles on the market.

REV’s all-new RCR system tackles the roughest roads with MORryde’s RS suspension system, unique rubber shear springs that work in concert with leaf springs to cushion the motorhome and absorb road shock. This system increases suspension travel and achieves all of this without the fuss of high-maintenance air bags.

“This suspension system is a cut above traditional leaf spring suspensions used on most motorhomes,” said Jack Enfield, MORryde sales and marketing manager. “It’s definitely a step up for the industry, and we’re proud to have partnered with REV to deliver the RS suspension system to the Class C market.”

Jamboree and Vesta take ride and handling a step further with RCR’s “anti-dive” technology, which reduces front-end dive — the percentage of force transferred to the front of the vehicle when braking. Using exacting calculations and revolutionary design, the RCR system significantly reduces dive to create superior control and enhanced safety, allowing the motorhome to stop more easily.

Meanwhile, the list of features on the Class C motorhomes, includes high-gloss cabinets, solid-surface countertops, roof-mounted awning and fully wrapped front cap design.

“We are absolutely excited about the launch of REV’s Class C lineup,” said Jason Kimbrell of La Mesa RV. “REV really took on a high-end diesel look at a competitive price point.”

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