Coleman, OK (August 21, 2017) – Each year, the excitement builds over the new Sundowner products being offered at the NATDA Trade Show & Convention. After eight years of exhibiting and the second year as a Diamond Sponsor, dealers have come to expect to see innovative trailers and new features in the Sundowner Trailer lineup. This year will be no exception. Since February 2017, multiple new models have been developed in Coleman, Oklahoma where Sundowner Trailers has been based for over 40 years.
The introduction of the motorsports line was a natural progression for the already popular commercial cargo line. Judson Pigg, the National Sales Director, gives credit to the buying public, the dealer body and the talented team of in-house engineers at Sundowner.
“We listened to what the customers wanted and to what our dealers needed. Then, we sat down with our engineers and created a very nice set of Motorsports trailers. We believe the secret to the success of these new models has been our ability to offer customization so personal that every trailer can feel like it was created just for that customer,” said Pigg.
Every stage of the manufacturing process takes place in Coleman and that allows for changes to be made easily and updates and add-ons to be possible. Sundowner remains flexible and, with each customization, they learn what is important to consumers and this knowledge further spurs innovations.
At the 2017 NATDA Trade Show & Convention in Indianapolis, Sundowner Trailers will be displaying the entire Motorsports line in Booth #900. Their dealers will be able to see the Enclosed Race Series, Stacker Series, Enclosed Motorcycle Series, Ultra Car Hauler, Mini-Go and the auto transport series, the XTRA Series Transporter Gooseneck and Bumper Pull.
Along with the Motorsports line, the Pro-Grade Toy Hauler will be on display. Consumer demand for a lower profile and load height, quality aluminum construction, as well as customization, numerous floor plans and high-quality interiors has helped contribute to the Sundowner Toy Hauler’s popularity.
“High-end finishes are important to our customers, and we strive to enrich the interiors with options not widely offered by other RV manufacturers, such as vessel sinks, soft touch walls, backsplashes and more,” says Stephanie Griffin, Director of Living Quarter Design and Development.
Another benefit of being manufactured under one roof is being able to offer a single source warranty on all trailers including living quarters. This is a huge benefit when trailers have so many components, whether accommodating individuals, their toys, their work equipment, horses or livestock.