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December '19

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12 • RV PRO • December 2019 rv-pro.com R V M A N U F A C T U R E R S well, and the RV maker double insulates under every cabover bed to help prevent moisture when winter camping. Northern Lite is constantly improving its product lines to keep abreast of the evolving truck camper market. The company made several changes for 2020, including: • New optional Greystokes cabinetry and tables in Limited Edition and Special Edition models. A high-end cabinet shop in Kelowna developed Greystokes, which is a white oak hardwood that is stained gray. It appeals to RVers who want a more modern look. • Black Diamond tufted leatherette furniture in red and black or solid black. • Two USB and 12-volt charging stations in all campers: one near the kitchen counter and one by the television in the cabover. • Dometic S5 windows across the entire product line. Those windows feature a premium blind and screen assembly that allows for infinite positions and smoother operation. • New exterior gray carbon fiber graphics. The Northern Lite name on the front nose of the Limited is now raised chrome, as is the traditional goose logo. • Two 100-watt solar panels standard in all Special and Limited Edition models and a new 30-amp solar regulator with optional lithium battery and converter. MSRPs range from $38,000 for the entry-level Sportsman to $51,000 for the Limited Edition. All Northern Lite products carry a manufacturer's one-year warranty, as well as a six-year structural integrity warranty. Left: Chuck Baher is operations manager for Northern Lite, which has more than 40 dealers across North America. Above: Northern Lite will end 2019 with its third consecutive year of double-digit growth and has much to look forward to in the coming year. The company has become one of the top five builders in the truck camper segment.

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