April '20

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66 • RV PRO • April 2020 rv-pro.com step, three air conditioners, a 10,000-watt generator, an Aqua-Hot hydronic heating system, six house batteries, electric water hose and power cord reels, Girard patio and entry awnings, a keyless entry system and push-button start. The new F42 floorplan is "a real livable floorplan, and I think the price point where it sits is just a little bit lower than some of the competitors out there," Krider contends. MSRPs start at $377,000. Based on percentage increase from model year 2019 to 2020, Venetian is the clear leader, according to Krider. "It had some major rework done last year. It really is Tuscany's 'Little Brother'. The big differences are the chassis and a few of the features inside, but the look is very similar to the Tuscany. For that consumer who isn't quite at the Tuscany price point, this is definitely a coach that you can get with a single axle or tag axle that sits between the higher-volume Aria and the more luxurious Tuscany," he says. Highlights on the 2020 Tuscany include a heated tile floor, a dishwasher, residential appliances, a 450-horsepower engine, 315 tires, a 15-inch Garmin touch-screen radio in the dash and a full roof-mounted awning package. MSRPs on Tuscany start at $466,000. For Tuscany (as well as for the Aria and Venetian), TMC came out with a more contemporary interior look that it calls its "Studio Collection", which was introduced at last September's Open House. The Studio Collection conveys an upscale apartment or modern home feel, Krider says. "We believe what's going to drive the most sales are how people Thor Motor Coach's four Venetian models come well-equipped with three air conditioners, a 10,000-watt generator, an Aqua- Hot hydronic heating system, six house batteries, Girard patio and entry awnings, and push-button start.

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