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.