Motorhomes get old and worn down. It’s a fact of life. Nothing stays new. After many years of traveling around the country, chances are, your beloved investment is in need of some TLC. Replacing parts, engine maintenance, maybe even having to replace an engine or a transmission are all necessary evils of owning a house on wheels. When you’re ready to step into a new motorhome and enjoy well-built hardware, furniture and safety features, the Coachmen Leprechaun needs to be at the top of your list. Coachmen has taken a great amount of pride in their ability to manufacture a safer, higher quality product while still providing owners with the features they want to see.
Motorhomes are huge vehicles. I’m sure you already know that, but you never really know just how big they are until you try to back one up. The Leprechaun has mandatory back-up cameras and sensors to make sure you aren’t close to hitting that telephone pole, parked car, or even a kid playing. With the width and length of a Motorhome, you could be the best driver in the world, but once you’re behind the wheel of a 33.5″ vehicle, that all changes. Knowing what’s behind you without having to guess is a luxury everyone needs to have, even in small cars.
Another important safety feature that is standard in every Leprechaun motorhome is a child safety net. Most motorhomes designate the space above the cab as a bed. That’s a long drop to the floor, if you you make the mistake of rolling over in the wrong direction. Eliminate that possibility with the use of this child safety net!
I don’t know about you, but I like cooking out on the grill and spending the time outside. You ought to see the outdoor kitchen area that’s available as an option on the Leprechaun. It has a sink, running water, table space and a free-standing grill. Add that to the optional outdoor refrigerator and I’ve got everything I need to cook dinner without having to go back in and out of the motorhome to get what I need. Bonus!
The Leprechaun uses state-of-the-art advances in RV manufacturing to ensure the highest quality product for your money. The superior Azdel sidewall building material is a tough, lightweight, wood alternative that last for years without the treat of rotting. The installation of slide awnings prevents debris from collecting on your awning’s tracks and making it tougher to pull them in. The pull-through, seamless storage compartments are made of anti-corrosive polymer plastic, and are built to last with dual/triple access doors. You’ll never have to unload and reload your storage to get what you’re looking for.
When you’re ready to step into another class of motorhomes, give the Leprechaun a look and let us know if you’d like to see one in person!