Jayco's New Destiny
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1st May, 2006
Jayco ─ Australia’s leading RV manufacturer ─ has again set industry benchmarks in design and quality with the recent launching of its new Destiny series of pop-top caravans.
The new models replace the popular Freedom range as Jayco continues a comprehensive upgrade of its entire fleet of RV product.
The Destiny name-change reflects the biggest make-over to the full range of Jayco pop-tops since Freedoms were first introduced six years ago.
Jayco drew upon on the best of international RV design to develop its latest luxury pop-top model ─ the Destiny ST ─ while the standard Destiny model is set to replace the Freedom as the country’s No. 1 “value for money” touring brand.
The Destiny series’ sleek new look includes front moulding which complements the sheer-skinned, fibreglass walls. Stylish rear tail-light housing, a powder coated bumper bar, and new automotive-styled exterior graphics add to the neat contemporary finish.
The models also feature Jayco’s acclaimed “out-of-sight” engineering technologies including its galvanised, extra-strength Millennium chassis and Tough-frame construction system, and its smooth ride leaf-spring suspension and electric brake systems.
The Destiny ST model has the same luxurious interior as the newly released top-of-the-range Sterling series.
Stylish new features in the standard Destiny model include:
The décor is also new. A range of new wall, curtain, cushion and laminex colours has been introduced, as well as curved edging to the bench tops, and newly designed floor vinyl.
The latest in advanced manufacturing systems and engineering technologies, combined with the sourcing of high quality components and materials, and craftsman-like dedication to quality, continue to set Jayco product apart and ensure they retain their unmatched resale value.
Jayco has also achieved significant cost-savings through its ongoing efficiency drive, and these have been passed on to customers via minimum price increases for its entire 2006 product range.
As a result, the new Destiny series represents real value for money, with the standard model being a great magnet for first-time buyers of pop-tops.
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