The Ultra Lightweight Division of Gulf Stream Coach has introduced the new SVT (super value trailer) Series of travel trailers with three floor plans to satisfy the growing demand for efficient, lightweight laminated wall trailers, the company announced today.
Taking advantage of the construction technology built into the company’s well-established Gulf Breeze, and Streamlite product lines, the SVT Series uses vacuum-bonded laminated fiberglass walls and an aerodynamic laminated fiberglass front profile to create a stiff, lightweight, resilient body with great looks, extremely low overall weight, and easy upkeep, the release noted.
“RV buyers recognize the clear advantages of laminated construction, but many first-timers and value shoppers saw the price of laminated trailers as an obstacle,” said Tim Dennig, director of sales for the Ultra Lightweight Division. “Our new SVT Series breaks through this resistance with an entirely new price point between conventional construction and typical laminated products. The result: SVT buyers get the benefits of laminated construction for a breakthrough low price.”
“We didn’t hold back on quality construction with the SVT Series, unlike some of our competitors,” Dennig pointed out. “Rather than discontinued fabrics, flooring, and cabinets, we’re using designer fabrics, Congoleum non-stick flooring, and custom handcrafted wood cabinetry in our most popular new color, Roanoke Cherry, just like the interiors in our top-of-the-line products.”
“We’re offering 13,500-Btu air conditioning, not side-mounted window air,” said Dennig. “We’re using oversized exterior slam-latch baggage doors; a friction hinge entry door; large fresh, black, and grey water tanks; a maximum width Lippert awning; LED lighting throughout; and a large 5-cubic foot refrigerator, instead of an under-counter dorm-style refrigerator.”
“The new SVT Series gives Gulf Breeze and StreamLite dealers a price point that has swept thousands of new customers into the laminated trailer market with a quality-built product that bears the famous Gulf Stream Coach name and family heritage,” he added.