Building trailers with high-end features at an affordable price led Aspen Trail, a division of Dutchmen Manufacturing, to post a 49 percent sales increase last year.
All Aspen Trail interiors include distressed hardwood panel drawer fronts and cabinet doors, heavy-duty drawer guides, a Bluetooth audio system, Beauflor wood plank flooring, and a skylight in the living area. Chad Holtzinger, Aspen Trail product manager, said, “Residential-styled furniture and two-toned walls add a sense of comfort and warmth.”
Spacious interiors are another hallmark of the Aspen Trail. The 2014 models have a ceiling height of 82 inches. Their slideouts, which are a foot wider than most slideouts, are more than six feet high and include an oversized convertible dinette, a sofa, or both. Extra height allows for tall kitchen cabinets, large windows and extra storage space.
Kitchens include a double-door refrigerator, double-bowl sink with a high-rise faucet, a three-burner range with oven, a microwave and optional solid-surface countertops.
Most bedrooms include a 60-inch by 80-inch queen-sized bed, which is larger than the standard RV queen bed, and have designer bedding, reading lights and TV hookups. Bath areas have a tub with shower and a porcelain foot-flush toilet.
Aspen Trail trailers range in price generally from $11,500 to $30,800. The Aspen 2730RBS, whose interior is shown here, has a starting MSRP of $23,055.
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