2003 Pleasure-Way Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 2003 Pleasure-Way Series

Pleasure-Way Note

MOTORHOMES - In addition to what is standard, 2003 and newer models include generator, roof air, awning and TV-VCP.
(Model years 2017 - 1992)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Traverse 17' Van Motor Home (Class B) Center Kitchen No
Excel-MP4 Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
Excel-RD Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
Excel-TD Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Twin Beds Yes
Excel-TS Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Dinette Yes
Lexor-MP4 Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
Lexor-RD Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
Lexor-TD Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Twin Beds Yes
Lexor-TS Dodge 19'6" Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
Excel-RD Ford 20' Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
Excel-TD Ford 20' Van Motor Home (Class B) Twin Beds Yes
Excel-TS Ford 20' Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Dinette Yes
Constructing van-based Class B motorhomes, Pleasure-Way is a recreational vehicle company operating out of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Pleasure-Way motorhomes are revered for featuring considerable interior comfort within an easy to navigate frame. General Motors, Ford and Mercedes-Benz vans are currently used as the basis for Pleasure-Way products. Opening in 1986 with a production volume of 60 motorhomes a year, Pleasure-Way elevation to success has led to the company building over 800 vehicles annually.