May 12, 2008

Jayco Embark Provides Everyday Comforts Of Home

Jayco has just released details about the new Jayco Embark motorhome.

According to Jayco, the Embark is nearly 40 feet long, features a tastefully decorated expansive interior, four slideouts and thoughtful floorplans, as well as high-end amenities that give it a sense of luxury and provide the every day comforts of home.

Standard features include an Optima Leather hide-a-bed sofa, Northridge Maple cabinetry, attractive nickel hardware, one piece Honex solid surface countertops with built-in sink, convection microwave, pillow-top mattress and under bed storage.

Built on the Freightliner Business Class chassis designed for superior visibility, the Embark boasts an unusually powerful 330-horsepower Cummins ISC diesel engine and 6-speed Allison TRV 3200 series automatic transmission with overdrive, offering over 7 tons of towing capacity. In addition, its 55-degree turning radius, cruise control and air brakes with ABS.

The Embark comes with several "must have" items for cross-country travel, including electric powered triple entrance step, side-hinge motorhome-style baggage doors, automatic hydraulic leveling jacks, Onan 6,000-watt quiet diesel generator with auto-changeover and 110-volt Apex electric roof mount patio awning by Carefree of Colorado. Safety features include daytime running lights, driver and passenger-side airbags and 3-point lap and shoulder safety belts.

The Customer Value Package features a premium AM/FM/CD/DVD cab entertainment center with back-up camera, monitor and GPS navigation, plus other top-notch entertainment items, such as an exterior entertainment center with AM/FM/CD stereo and a 32-inch high-definition LCD TV. To further enhance your experience, an optional Winegard satellite dish option expands your channel options.

Source: Jayco
Trader Online Web Developer


  1. Make it the Freightliner hybrid in AWD with a second rear axle, raise the luggage compartments to improve ground clearance amidships. Concentrate on functionality and don't ever emphasize the bling.
    More and larger windows in the living quarters.
    Ease up on the flashy paint job.
    Be careful with the tail overhand which will reduce angel of ascent.

  2. Would somebody remind me to proof read my posts before I send them?

    I meant to say not to over emphasize the bling.

    And be careful with the rear hangover since it limits the angle of ascent.


To maintain a polite and safe environment we are most likely to remove comments that contain:

- Advertisements or solicitations for products.

- Threats, harassment, obscene language, as well as comments that are degrading to others on the basis of race, ethnicity, and religion.

- Links to off-topic sites that are posted only to solicit traffic.

Comments that are deemed to be inappropriate will be deleted without notification.