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Old 11-19-2010, 06:57 AM   #1
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Crossroads RV announced today that a new luxury 5th wheel RV will be introduced at the Louisville show starting 11/30/10. The Rushmore contains all type of high end RV features. No pictures yet. The press release is featured on Greg Gerber's RV D@ily Report...www.rvdailyreport.com.

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Old 11-19-2010, 09:36 AM   #2
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is it replacing the seville or kingston?
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Old 11-19-2010, 09:47 AM   #3
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Read about it on RV Business web site. Sounds like it will be above the Seville in luxury and price. Probably meant to compete with high end Carriages, etc. There have been rumors for a long time that Crossroads wanted to get into the Luxury market.
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Old 11-19-2010, 10:28 PM   #4
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interesting. when others are down sizing, crossroads is expanding. sounds good.

heres a link to the article. the above link was to the website.



http://rvdailyreport.com/News/tabid/...fth-wheel.aspxEdited by: spinella
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Old 11-20-2010, 01:10 PM   #5
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We were at Crossroads on the 16th and got to see the Rushmore. We were told that is between the Kingston and the Seville but would replace the Seville in the product line. From what we were told is that some features/options are different to keep the cost below that of the Seville so as to not hurt the value of the Seville's on the road.



We saw the 38' and the 35CK floorplans. There are some differences but as a Seville owner, I would still buy the Seville.



I don't have pictures as those won't be out till Louisville where it will be unveiled.

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Old 11-21-2010, 10:52 AM   #6
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I am not sure I like all the name changes and I think that CR will have so many models they will be just like everyone else. I think they should stick with the names they have and just make improvements. Not that I have had frame problems but they are still using Lippert frames. Each year they have a new model with a new name the only one that stands the test of time is the cruiser. just add the names behind it as to options they have added.

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Old 11-23-2010, 04:07 AM   #7
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The Kingston and Seville are being replaced by a product called the Rushmore. Its the panache and look of the Seville, but the aggressive pricing of the Kingston. Its difficult to understand as a consumer, but when competitors chop up the market with products, you have to essentially be 2 steps ahead or willing to walk at the same speed. CrossRoads is trying harder than ever to be in the race.

CrossRoads has a new entity called Redwood, which is a luxury fifth wheel brand that replaces the previous Seville with an autonomous division that will only build, market, and warranty luxury fifth wheels. If you like Carriage and DRV fifth wheels, look out... they're likely to "one up" the market this year.

http://www.southernrv.com/2011-redwo...6rl-GA-i231165



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I am thinking I wish I had not bought a Seville in August. This looks awesome!
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The Redwood is not the Rushmore. Redwood is a separate division of Thor and not Crossroads RV.
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Old 11-23-2010, 06:52 AM   #10
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From today's RV D@ily Report by Greg Gerber:



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<H1>Redwood RV is open for business</H1>

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SYRACUSE, Ind. -- Don Emahiser, president of Redwood RV, announced today that Redwood RV is open for business.



After forming in July, Redwood has a full production lineand fivefloor plans already designed.



“This has been nothing short of a gargantuan effort by everyone involved with Redwood,? Emahiser stated. “There are about 30 heroes of mine who pulled this off, and it has been incredible to watch them work together for this common goal."



He singled out the efforts of Ray Patterson and Dan Kreider, engineer andvice presidentof manufacturing, respectively, noting how they “dove right in and made it happen.?



Tom Montague, Redwood national sales manager, noted that they originally hoped to take one prototype to the Louisville Show and now will have three floor plans in the display, including one with what he calls the most head-turning full body paint job seen in a long time.



“We are open for business, happy to be here, and hope that our dealer partners have as much fun as we have thus far," said Emahiser.



Redwood RV will be located in Booth 1101 at National RVTrade Show Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in Louisville, Ky.



Headquartered in Syracuse, Ind., Redwood RV products are distributed through dealers throughout the United States and Canada. Redwood RV is a division of Thor Industries Inc. Thor Industries Inc. is the world’s largest manufacturer of recreational vehicles.



SOURCE:Redwood RV press release
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