2011 Monaco Motorhome Prices and Specs

Select a Year and Model

(2017 - 1975)

Motorhomes

Camelot Series

M-43DFT

Cayman Series

M-36PBD 340hp Cummins

M-36PFT 340hp Cummins

M-40PBQ 360hp Cummins

M-40PBT 360hp Cummins

Diplomat Series

M-42PAQ 425hp Cummins

M-43DFT 425hp Cummins

M-43PDS 425hp Cummins

Dynasty Series

Majestic V 500hp Cummins

Regal IV 500hp Cummins

Yorkshire IV 500hp Cummins

Knight Series

M-36PBD 350hp MaxxForce

M-36PFT 350hp MaxxForce

M-40PBQ 350hp MaxxForce

M-40PBT 350hp MaxxForce

Monarch Series

M-30SFS 362hp Ford V10

M-33SDD 362hp Ford V10

M-33SFS 362hp Ford V10

M-34SBD 362hp Ford V10

M-35SFD 362hp Ford V10

Monclair B+ Series

M-25PCS Ford V10

M-25PCS Chevrolet 6.0

M-28PBD Ford V10

M-28PBD Chevrolet 6.0

M-29PBT Ford V10

M-29PBT Chevrolet 6.0

Riptide Series

M-30PBS Ford

M-32SBT Ford

M-33SDD Ford

M-34SBD Ford

Vesta Series

M-32PBS

Founded in 1968 as Caribou Manufacturing Company, the beginning of Monaco started with the modest but successful business of building truck campers. Reformed as the Monaco Coach Corporation in 1977, the brand became recognized as a motorhome builder. First building Class C motorhomes, Monaco migrated into the construction of Class A motor coaches ranging up to 45 feet in length. The parent company Monaco filed for bankruptcy in 2009 but production was able to continue with assets being sold to Navistar Incorporation Corporation.