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2009 Canyon Star 3920 by Newmar offers room for toys and more living space


RV travelers need room for more than just a few coolers and some folding chairs. RVers want living space and room to take their off-road vehicles.

Previous toy hauler RVs offered room for the ATVs or dirt bikes, but sacrificed room for sleeping after a long day of riding.
Newmar Corporation, an Indiana-based manufacturer of Class A motorhomes and fifth wheels, has designed the ultimate Class A Gas Toy Hauler floorplan for the adventurous RVer.

The 2009 Canyon Star 3920 is the perfect fit for the person who loves to travel in style and take their toys on the road. This new floorplan gives owners comfortable, roomy living space with a garage to store large off-road vehicles.


According to Newmar...

“The 3920 is the first Class A Gas toy hauler on the market to offer an actual full-size bedroom,” said John Sammut, Newmar’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Although bunk beds with an electric bed lift are an option in the garage of this new Canyon Star model, this unique layout allows the owner to sleep comfortably somewhere in the motorhome other than in the garage or on the sofa in the living room.”

This dedicated bedroom space comes standard with a queen-size bed, wardrobes, a chest of drawers, and a 19” LCD TV.

The 3920 features a rear-ramp design and is built on the Ford F-53 26,000 chassis powered by a 362 horsepower Triton V-10 engine. With over 6,000 lbs. of Net Carrying Capacity, Canyon Star owners are able to take their small vehicles with them and enjoy the RV lifestyle.

Garage features include diamond tread rubber flooring, tie-down tracks, and a stainless steel overhead cabinet with a recessed flip-down countertop. Wheel chocks, a screen for the rear cargo door, and a second air conditioner with heat strips are optional.

The Canyon Star front living area features a full-size kitchen with a built-in booth dinette (or optional round dinette or freestanding dinette), a 74” sofa, and a 26” LCD TV in the front overhead cabinet. A dry bar with a 32” LCD TV can be optioned.


Source: Newmar Corportaion
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1 comment:

  1. Who would've thought you could park your ride inside an RV.

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