Spending time with your family members – away from daily routines and the familiarity of home – is invaluable. In fact, most of us wouldn’t trade our family vacations for anything. We make time to travel because it is an opportunity to refresh, renew and reconnect with the ones we love.
Newmar is known among RVers and throughout the recreational vehicle industry for the number of features and advances we’ve debuted over the years. While many more game-changing innovations are on the way, one legendary breakthrough that continues to be a Newmar staple is our awe-inspiring Full-Paint Masterpiece™ Finish.
At Newmar, we have a passion for the RV lifestyle. So whether you’re looking to hit the road for the first time or have hundreds of thousands of travel miles under your belt, Newmar is committed to improving your overall experience – and that includes answering your questions.
A large part of The Newmar Difference comes from our unrivaled commitment to quality and superior customer service. We look for these same qualities when we select the RV dealers with which we would like to do business.
At Newmar, we love what we do because we love the recreational vehicle lifestyle, and we take pride in building motorhomes that are some of the very best on the road today. Our success comes from a strong commitment to craftsmanship, innovation and doing right by those who make our success possible.
Whether you have just bought your first motor coach or if you are a veteran, questions pop up about weighing in. It’s a critical step that extends the life and your enjoyment of the coach. Here are answers to the questions we hear most frequently:
What's the difference between a gas and diesel motorhome? Besides the obvious answer, the type of fuel that it uses, you may be wondering what advantages and disadvantages each type of motorhome offers. The showdown begins: gas vs diesel RV.
The Canyon Star is the flagship of the Newmar gas motorhome line. It matches the luxury look, feel, and features of a diesel motor coach with the versatility of a gas motorhome that can be used as a weekender, vacationer, or full-time RV.
As the temperature drops, it becomes more and more important to winterize your motorhome. Although your motorhome is insulated, as soon as the temperature chills below freezing, the water system of your motorhome can freeze.