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2019 Newmar New Aire - What's New - with John Sammut, Newmar VP of Sales
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If you saw our previous video about the Newmar New Aire, you know how much we like it. Today we’re on board a brand new 2019 model at Newmar headquarters in Nappanee, Indiana. We’re joined by Vice-President of Sales, John Sammut for a discussion about what’s been updated for the model’s second year in production.

For those of you wondering…. No, we are not getting a New Aire! Like many of our fellow RVers, we’re just interested in knowing about new products from our favorite manufacturers.

And we know there’s another installment of our Lithium/AGM Battery & Electrical Upgrade project still to come. But it’s not quite ready yet, so we hope you’ll enjoy hearing about the New Aire in the meantime.

See all of the details about the Newmar New Aire here:  https://www.newmarcorp.com/diesel-motor-coaches/new-aire/


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