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Renegade RVs, Made to Impress

RVs November 4, 2017

Renegade RVs, Made to Impress

When you think of motorhomes and coaches, what do you think of? Do they all tend to run together, white or cream or brown motorhome one after the other, so similar in size, shape, and style that they’re more boring than bold? Well if you think all motorhomes are this way, you’re in for a surprise. The Renegade RV is meant to impress, to stun, to wow with its like-no-other presentation. Even one look at their website will start you on your way to dreaming about owning one.

What makes Renegade RVs different? It starts with the chassis. The Renegade RVs are all built using Class C chassis from the best, including the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and diesel chassis from companies like Navistar, Volvo, and Freightliner. Along with the highest quality chassis, the Renegade offers twin screw tandem axles on select RVs, which are rare enough in the industry to deserve a special mention. There are regular tag axles in some of the products, but the twin screw tandem axles make for added stability and traction.

Renegade also prides itself on offering luxury seating, like the air ride cab seats (also available for select models). You can adjust the seats to your liking, whether you want firmness or a more gentle ride. There is also lumbar support available, making this seating one of the most comfortable you’ll find in an RV. There’s also a heated seat option if you’re going to be traveling in cold weather.

Another unique feature of the Renegade RV is that it comes with two-piece caps, unlike other RVs that traditionally come with a one-cap piece. The two-piece caps enable an easier removal of the lower portion when replacements are needed. Renegade RV prides itself on its innovation, dedication to providing quality products, and its cutting edge construction procedures, and this feature, along with the aforementioned options, make this RV a strong contender.

If you’re not as interested in the outside as what’s on the inside, Renegade RV also promises quality materials are installed inside the RV, including noise-isolating floors, an attic space without compromising roof heights (allowing for a solid top, which is also the industry’s tallest interior), and one-piece sidewalls reinforced with wood and filled with insulation. This allows for the ultimate in floor-plan customization, as windows and cabinets can be placed anywhere. If that doesn’t convince you, their hardwood cabinetry and doors with articulating door hinges might help seal the deal.

The Renegade IKON is the largest model available, but there are several others that combine both luxury and exceptional quality, such as the XL, Verona and Verona LE, Valencia, Vienna, and Villagio, all of which range in price between $118,000 to $735,000. If you’re in the market for a stacker trailer, Renegade RV also has several models available, each created to meet a client’s individual needs. Whether you need one constructed for your antique roadster, race car, or other, smaller vehicles, you can customize your stacker trailer by choosing aluminum or steel, tag, v-nose, or gooseneck configurations, a lift gate or a hydraulic ramp door, and the exact length you need. Whether you want an attachable trailer or an RV that meets your specifications precisely, you’ll want to visit Renegade RVs and see what they can offer you.

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