1998 Safari Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1998 Safari Series

Safari Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer producing this line after 2009.


(2009 - 1991)

Motorhomes

Class "C" Series

M-2400-E30-V10

M-2400-E40-Powerstroke

M-2400-E40-V10

M-2400-Vortec

M-2620-E30-V10

M-2620-E40-Powerstroke

M-2620-E40-V10

M-2620-Vortec

M-3000-E30-V10

M-3000-E40-Powerstroke

M-3000-E40-V10

M-3000-Vortec

M-3010-E30-V10

M-3010-E40-Powerstroke

M-3010-E40-V10

M-3010-Vortec

Continental Series

M-3706

M-3740, 3750

M-4006

M-4040, 4050, 4060

M-4066

Packages Series

Gold Coast

Ivory Edition

Nomad

Panther Edition 425

Pathmaker

Rahaj

Sultan 30'

Sultan 33' and 35'

Sahara Series

M-3006 (250hp)

M-3044 (250hp)

M-3044 (300hp)

M-3066 (300hp)

M-3334 (250hp)

M-3334 (300hp)

M-3506 (250hp)

M-3506 (300hp)

M-3540, 3550 (250hp)

M-3540, 3550 (300hp)

Serengeti Series

M-3706

M-3740

M-4006

M-4040, 4050, 4060

Trek Series

M-2430, 2480-Diesel

M-2430, 2480-Gas

M-2830-Diesel

M-2830-Gas

Founded in 1986 as an independent motorhome builder in the state of Oregon, Safari eventually became part of the Monaco Coach Corporation. Safari focused on the construction of Class A and Class C adventure-oriented motorhomes. The Class A motorhomes in the Safari line ranges up to 45 feet in length. The Safari brand was discontinued after the 2009 model year when Monaco Coach Corporation was sold to Navistar.