2004 Safari Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 2004 Safari Series

Safari Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer producing this line after 2009.


(2009 - 1991)

Motorhomes

Cheetah Series

M-36PDD (330hp)

M-38PDQ (330hp)

M-40DST (330hp)

M-40PBT (330hp)

M-40SMD (330hp)

M-40SRT (330hp)

Panther Series

M-4013 (505hp)

M-4213 (505hp)

Sahara Series

M-36PDD (350hp)

M-38PDQ (350hp)

M-40DST (350hp)

M-40PBT (350hp)

M-40SMD (350hp)

M-40SRT (350hp)

Simba Series

M-30PDD Ford

M-33PBD Ford

M-33PBD Workhorse

M-34SBD Ford

M-34SBD Workhorse

M-36DBD Ford

M-36DBD Workhorse

M-37PCT Ford

M-37PCT Workhorse

Trek Series

M-26RB Ford

M-26RB Workhorse

M-26RB2 Ford

M-26RB2 Workhorse

M-28RB Ford

M-28RB Workhorse

M-28RB2 Ford

M-28RB2 Workhorse

M-29RBD Ford

M-29RBD Workhorse

M-30PBS Ford

M-30PBS Workhorse

M-31SBD Ford

M-31SBD Workhorse

Zanzibar Series

M-36352 (370hp)

M-38834 (370hp)

M-40213 (370hp)

M-40352 (370hp)

M-40362 (370hp)

M-40813 (370hp)

M-40852 (370hp)

M-40862 (370hp)

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.