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 Maple cabinets, Hemlock interior, Mineral full painted exterior graphics, Trip Tek electronic information system, electronic floor heating, 15M Penguin heat pump air conditioner with 10KW generator, Whirlpool stacked washer/dryer, All Electric Package, central vacuum with tool kit, dishwasher in drawer, Dometic 2.8CF freezer on pullout tray, Winegard satellite, exterior entertainment center with 40" LED television, 40" LED in overhead, dash radio with touch screen navigation system, Sirius radio capable antenna, door side fixed sofa, Sleep Number mattress, Villa Auro booth dinette with 2 folding chairs, 8AGM house batteries, LED interior lighting, large storage tray, 2nd storage tray with access from either side, power sliding storage tray, floor tile to bedroom, safe in wardrobe, fold down shower seat, power water hose reel, Sanicon system, Girard side awning on door side and driver power window.