TCM: Any updates to the Palomino RV fabrics, carpeting, counter tops, and cabinetry for 2014?
Pat: Across the board, the fabrics were changed for 2014. All of our truck camper interiors get the same fabric and Palomino Maple wood color. The Palomino Maple is a maple cabinet door with a darker glaze. We also changed the vinyl on the seat cushions.
TCM: What is the warranty for 2014 Palomino campers?
Pat: We have our standard one year warranty on the camper itself. The new Rieco-Titan roof lift system has five year pro-rated warranty. The first three years are a 100% warranty and the last two are parts only. The vinyl soft sides have a five year warranty. And the appliances like the refrigerator, microwave, and stove top have their own individual warranties.
TCM: When will 2014 Palomino truck campers be available?
Pat: The 2014s are available right now.
TCM: How have all these changes affected your pricing?
Pat: The extensive list of upgrades to our pop-up models has increased our costs, but the end price to the consumer hasn’t gone up tremendously. With the new roof, new side walls, and electric lift system, the MSRP has increased about $1,200. The prices really haven’t gone up much on the hard sides. Even with the increases, Palomino still offers the most affordable truck campers in the industry.
TCM: Is there anything else about the 2014 Palomino RV updates?
Pat: Year-over-year, we have had a significant increase in production. That drives the train. The more product we are selling the more excited we get about it.
We want to be the market leader. We want people to stand up and take notice of Palomino truck campers. We are still value driven, but we also offer a feature-loaded camper that can compete with anything on the market for quality and features.
Take a fresh look at Palomino and compare apples-to-apples. Palomino is much more than the most affordable camper. Whether it’s features, quality, or value, Palomino offers much more, for far less.