Thor Motor Coach (TMC) has once again reinforced their line with many exciting changes, but some of the top news that recently came from the company`s headquarters in Elkhart, IN, is the new Gemini and Compass Recreational Utility Vehicles (RUV) – a term coined by the experts at TMC (after introducing their Vegas RUV in 2014) that simply implies a more compact motorized RV offering ample space, easy manoeuverability and all the comforts of home in a much larger unit.
Not too big or not too small for a variety of activities and long-distant travels, the Gemini and Compass both share the new Ford Transit Motorhome chassis, which make these units a breeze to drive, park, and manoeuver at a campground – while offering optimum handling and a smooth ride.
Inside is just as impressive. Both units have six feet, eight inches of interior height, and share leatherette jack-knife sofas, rotocast storage compartments, keyless entry systems, skylights, a two-burner gas cooktop/convection microwave oven, and a Bluetooth coach radio system with a DVD Player. Users will also appreciate the wood-slatted bed top for efficient air flow and comfort, the rear bedroom slide room with hide-away changing area, and front overhead skylight with motorized shade. Euro-styled cabinets with laminated doors, a tankless water heating system, Deluxe heated/remote exterior side mirrors, and rear view mirrors with back-up monitors are also included.
The Gemini and Compass diesels have an exterior in at 23 feet, six inches, but if you’re in the market for something larger, perhaps check out the Axis and Vegas RUVs that offer a range of features and functions in a 25-foot package.