If you’ve got a six-figure budget and want to upgrade your trailer, the all-new 2015 Airstream Classic Travel Trailer might be for you.
Related: 5 Reasons You Should Buy an Airstream Travel Trailer
Airstream made a lot of changes to the 2015 Classic model, making it more friendly for longer-term living.
Bob Wheeler, Airstream’s CEO said,
We don’t update the Airstream Classic very often. But when the world’s most passionate customers come to you with great ideas, you listen. Our R&D team searched the world for partners and innovators to bring these improvements to life.
Many customers complained that they wanted an ‘at-home’ feel. So Airstream changed the layout to more closely resemble a (expensive) sticks-and-bricks house.
Some of the improvements include:
- cherry-wood cabintery
- Corian countertops
- Ultraleather seating
- LED lighting
- Polk stereo system
- powered stabilizer jacks
- redesigned hidden air-duct system to provide more even cooling under all camping conditions
- power-adjustable Queen-size bed
You can also splurge for accessories, like a premium stainless steel oven from Smev, a range-hood for cooking your filets in a pile of burning butter, and the largest refrigerator that Airstream offers.
Take the quick photo tour below.
Watch this in-depth video walk-through of the all-new 2015 Airstream Classic.
More info on the Airstream Classic
Download the 2015 Airstream Classic Brochure
Via: Vogel Talks RVing
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2 thoughts on “Airstream Redesigns Their ‘Classic’ Travel Trailer for 2015. Full-Timers and Most-Timers Take Note.”
Thanks for your comment Comet, yeah definitely the price is on the high end for a lot of folks.
Yeah and? It looks just exactly like every OTHER RV that has been built in a factory for the last oh 35 years. Boring and bland and much more expensive than most people can afford. You could buy one WITH an engine for this–in order to USE this you need a truck that costs–what???–$40,000 MORE?
Stricly for show.
I’ll pass thanks
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