2003 American Eagle Motorhome Prices and Specs

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American Eagle Note

MOTORHOMES - 1997-current prices include leveling jacks, CD-player, generator, VCR, 2-roof air conditioners, microwave, 2-color TV's, washer/dryer and ice maker are included in price. No longer producing this model.

2003 Note

MOTORHOMES - In addition to previously mentioned items, 2003 prices also include rockguard, slide out tray, multi CD, CB radio, exterior spkrs, power TV antenna, upgraded freezer, road relay, glass shower enclosure, awning and ceiling fan. M-E also includes hydronic heating. (*)includes intel suspension.
(Model years 2017 - 1991)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-40G 400hp 40' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-40Q 400hp 40' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-40T 400hp 40' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-40U 400hp 40' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-40W 400hp 40' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-42E 500hp 42' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-42E 500hp (*) 42' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
M-42F 500hp 42' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes 2
American Eagle (also known under the name American Coach) was launched in 1991 by Fleetwood RV. Constructing high-class, diesel-powered recreational vehicles, American Eagle Class A motorhomes feature interior accommodations meant to replicate the comfort of a home. From 38 feet, the premium recreational vehicles now built by Fleetwood spans to 45 feet in length. The majority of American Eagle motorhomes are produced by Cummins Diesel Engines with Caterpillar also supplying power for some vehicle variants.