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Fifth-wheel trailers offer many advantages. Cavernous interior height, increased storage room, and towing stability are just a few. But their size and weight are such that most require a one-ton (at least) pickup truck to haul them. Holiday Rambler has applied the same engineering expertise used in its larger, upscale fifth-wheel trailers to an all-new and much-smaller line of fifth-wheel trailers, with the same high level of quality.
Holiday Rambler's Savoy are lightweight fifth-wheel trailers that offer eight floorplans of different exterior lengths. And while there is a variety of layouts and equipment to choose from, all models have a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of just 9950 pounds. Now you can enjoy all the good things about a fifth-wheel travel trailer, without having to get a semi-truck to move it.
The construction processes employed in creating the easy-towing Savoy are identical to those used in the larger, high-end towables that Holiday Rambler builds. Walls use welded aluminum-frame construction featuring C-channel and H-channel, aircraft-grade structural members. Smooth, 0.04-inch metal siding and residential fiberglass insulation is used, and a continuous sheet of plastic covers the insulation on the interior side, with a 3/8-inch sheet of bead foam covering the plastic sheet. The bead foam is …