Jim Baehmann, regional sales manager, said the Fox Mountain is light enough to be pulled by lighter duty trucks and will sell at a price point below the company’s other products. It features bold, contemporary styling, with distinctive exterior graphics.
With Fox Mountain, Baehmann said, Northwood designers have put more emphasis on weight than ever before in order to make it light enough to be pulled by a wide variety of truck models.
The Fox Mountain is offered in three floor plans. The smallest, with a length just over 27 feet, has a dry weight under 7,000 pounds, and the 31-foot models are at about 8,000 pounds. Suggested retail prices range from $34,322 to $41,142.
Like other Northwood products, the Fox Mountain is built on a structural steel chassis and is designed for rugged four-season use. The holding tanks are enclosed in a heated area and the sidewall construction is aluminum-framed fiberglass.
All three floor plans come with slideouts that expand the living area. Standard amenities include a 26-inch LCD TV with DVD, an AM/FM Stereo CD player with six ceiling-mounted speakers, day/night shades and recessed halogen ceiling lighting.
The galley has a double-door propane electric refrigerator, a three-burner range with oven, a microwave and a pantry. The appliances are stainless steel.
There is a queen bed with a pillow top mattress and a custom headboard at the rear of the fifth wheel, and the wardrobe is residential size. The bathroom includes a skylight.
Buyers can opt for a table and chairs instead of the standard dinette and there are a variety of seating and sleeping options, depending on the floor plan.
Exterior features include speakers, a shower, an electric awning, aluminum wheels and cooler-sized luggage doors with interior compartment lights.
For more information on the Fox Mountain, visit northwoodmfg.com