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 and otherwise noted, prices include upgraded cabinetry, electronic travel information on rear view monitor, electric heat below floor, washer/dryer, All Electric Package, vacuum, 2.8CU freezer on pullout tray in exterior compartment, satellite, exterior entertainment center with 40" LCD, 40" LCD in front overhead, dash radio with touch navigation, universal remote, premier mattress, 8 Agm house batteries, LED light bulbs, two large storage trays (one with access from either side), floor tile extended into bedroom, day/night shades including windshield, driver and passenger windows, safe located in bedroom wardrobe, assist handle in shower, automatic fill for fresh water tank, fold down shower seat, Sanicon system, solid surface shower pan and shower walls and drivers side power window.