The Mountain Aire brand was launched in 1991 by recreational vehicle producer Newmar Corporation. Initially manufacturing fifth wheel trailers with the Mountain Aire name, the recreational vehicle division would transition to luxury Class A motorhomes in only the second year of production. Modern Mountain Aire motorhomes are fitted with a slew of standard equipment including LCD television, dual air conditioner units and a king-sized bed.
Notes: Manufacturer note(s): MOTORHOMES - 1995-current include air conditioning, side awning, microwave, VCR/TV, 7.0 generator, hydraulic leveling sys and rear camera are included in price. Diesel Pusher models also include air ride suspension and alloy wheels. (*)These models include slide-out room(s). Year note(s): MOTORHOMES - In addition to what is standard, prices include 15M heat pump air conditioner with 10K generator, electric heat below floor, washer/dryer, 40" LCD, upgraded dash radio with navigation system, upgraded freezer, radio, central vacuum, dishwasher, exterior entertainment center, satellite radio capability with antenna, universal remote control, upgraded refrigerator, upgraded maple cabintery, hide-a-bed, ultralux leather dinette, sleep number mattress, 8 house batteries, generator auto start feature, large storage tray, power sliding storage tray, floor tile into bedroom, assist handle in shower, fold down shower seat, upgraded side awning on door side, and driver's power window.