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You’ve never seen a kitchen like this in an RV

by DaleAnn Shellborn
The 2013 Challenger 37GT model offers consumers a ground-breaking island kitchen with massive countertop spaces. — Contributed photo

Motorhome manufacturer Thor Motor Coach recently announced the launch of the revolutionary 37GT to its Challenger line of premium gas-powered Class A motorhomes.

With the most innovative kitchen design ever for a motorhome, the 2013 Challenger 37GT model offers consumers a ground-breaking island kitchen with massive countertop spaces.

“The size of the kitchen sets this floorplan apart,” said Joel Grimm, national sales manager for gas motorhomes. “It feels big—and if you like to entertain, this is the class-A RV for you.”
Continuing the trend of modern and intelligent design, the overhead storage throughout the kitchen is multifunctional, with a wine rack that includes hanging glass storage.

The luxurious 38 foot Challenger 37GT has an elongated sofa with kick-up footrest, which provides the perfect place to just sit back and relax. Additional seating is provided by the swiveling captain’s chairs, and everyone gets a great view of the hide-away retractable 32-inch  LCD TV. The free standing buffet dinette provides a grand view of the campsite under the patio awning, while keeping that open concept throughout the coach.

Storage space is the primary focus in the bath and bedroom areas, but the little things are what set the 37GT apart from the pack. His and hers vanities, a full length dressing mirror and stackable washer/dryer prep all come standard.

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