1995 Newmar Motorhome Specificationsby Brooke Ashley
For over forty years, Newmar has been manufacturing a luxurious line of Motorhomes and fifth wheels. In 1995, three Newmar models were produced: Mountain Aire, Kountry Aire and London Aire. Each Motorhome is offered with diesel or gas fueling options, and all belong under the Class A classification. All models feature floor plans that include sectioned living areas, kitchens and bedroom space.
This Newmar model is 40 feet in length and sleeps up to six people. It features a 300 horsepower engine, seven kilowatt diesel generator, and 32 gallon gas tank. Factory features include central air and heat, a stereo system including cassette player and CD changer, a washer and dryer, a heated basement area and leather seating. In addition to front driver and passenger bucket seats, a leather couch was initially included in the living area, as well as two televisions. As of 2010, the 1995 Mountain Aire is priced between $62,000 and $70,000.
The 1995 Kountry Aire is 37.5 feet in length and sleeps up to four people. It was factory installed with a Ford 460 engine capable of reaching up to 500 horsepower and a Cummins Onan generator. The floor plan features a kitchen with a convection oven, a three-burner range and an ice maker. The bedroom comes with a dual comfort control mattress. Other features include awnings throughout, leveling jacks and a stereo system. The Kountry Aire is priced between $38,000 and $58,000 in today's market.
The 1995 London Aire is 40 feet in length and sleeps up to four people. A factory-installed Cummings engine is capable of reaching up to 300 horsepower. Standard features include a 7.5 kilowatt generator, double-glazed windows and automatic six speed transmission. Partitioned living areas feature cloth seating, washer and dryer and kitchen appliances. The 1995 London Aire Motorhome is currently listed between $50,000 and $90,000.
A copywriter and publicist, Brooke Ashley has been writing professionally since 1998. Her poetic work has been published in "Maverick Magazine" and her Web content is featured on Autogeek.net. Ashley earned her Bachelor of Arts in creative writing from the State University of New York at New Paltz.