399 Legends Bay Drive
Sparks, NV 89433
Used 2014 Renegade Villagio 25TBS
Enjoy traveling in this Villagio class B+ coach by Renegade. Model 25TBS features rear twin beds, and a single slide, plus sleeping for four.
Step inside and notice the jackknife sofa slide with overhead storage. It provides added floor space when fully extended and plenty of seating and sleeping space when needed at night. There is also an over cab storage that is perfect for all of your things.
Cook all of your meals easily with the two burner cook top, refrigerator, microwave oven, and round kitchen sink. There is a pantry for dry good storage and overhead cabinet space for dishes and things. A 26" LED TV is mounted above the sink for easy viewing from the sofa.
The bath offers a vanity with sink, toilet, and skylight over the tub/shower.
The rear features multiple sleeping arrangements with two twin beds that are 32" x 73" or they can be combined to create a king size 89" x 76" bed. There are overhead storage cabinet the entire width of the rear, and a small wardrobe off the foot of one twin bed. You can also choose an optional 26" LED bedroom TV if you like, and so much more!
An optional hide-a-bed sofa is available in place of the jackknife sofa too.
You Save: $10,000
Sale Price: $89,995
Chassis: MB Sprinter 3500
|Ext Width||7 ft 9 in|
|Ext Height||11 ft|
|Int Height||6 ft 8 in|
|Hitch Weight||3500 lbs|
|Gross Weight||11030 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||34 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||29 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||29 gals|
|Furnace BTU||18000 btu|
|Engine||Blue Tec 3.0L Turbo|
|Chassis||MB Sprinter 3500|
Renegade/Kibbi LLC has since grown to 105 employees, and has eclipsed production milestones with the 2,000th motorhome and the 1,500th trailer rolling off the assembly line.
Chuck McKibbin saw a need in the marketplace for trailers that could haul racing cars. Although the company did make a few trailers for Nascar drivers like Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Stewart and Mark Martin, the primary customers are drag racers. The company has also branched into other markets creating trailers to haul horses or those outfitted for dogs.
In 2004 the principals of Shoreview Industries partnered with Chuck McKibbin in an effort to continue the growth of the Renegade. Chuck retired from the business in 2007 and now currently Shoreview Industries and the employees at Renegade continue the work that Chuck created making a quality unbeatable product.