RV News | News article: Pleasure-Way Introduces New Pursuit B Plus Motorhome

Pleasure-Way Introduces New Pursuit B Plus Motorhome

By: On: Thursday September 27 2012

Pleasure-Way Pursuit ExteriorPleasure-Way Industries Ltd. as announced announces the launch of its first B Plus motorhome – the Pleasure-Way Pursuit.

Built on the Ford E-350 dual rear wheel cutaway chassic, Pleasure-Way says its Pursuit B Plus is unique in the market due to many of its special features, but primarily because it is 22 feet long.

Pleasure-Way Pursuit Kitchen“Building a B plus was the next natural progression for us,” says Dean Rumpel CEO of Pleasure-Way, “We received a lot of feedback from customers who love what we do but wished the Class B motorhome was just a little larger. The Pursuit is going to meet the needs of the consumer who doesn’t want to go up to a 24’ motorhome but wants a little more than a traditional Class B.

“Aside from spaciousness and efficiency, one of our focuses in building the Pursuit was to produce a stunning interior with extraordinary features that you don’t normally see in a B Plus motorhome.”

The Pursuit starts with a full steel cage that is welded together and a one-piece seamless fibreglass roof. All fibreglass is bonded directly to the steel. eliminating the need for additional screws and moldings. Full body paint completes the exterior of the Pursuit.

Pleasure-Way Pursuit LoungeInside the coach you’ll find hard-wood maple finishes. “From the rich fluted molding and custom solid maple cabinet doors to the hand-fitted crown moldings, you feel as if you have entered into a high end Class A motorhome,” Pleasure-Way says in a release.

Rich ultra-leather covers the rear lounge and is lined with three inches of memory. The bathroom features a Corian and glass curved corner shower. The bathroom also features a skylight, maple cabinetry with crown moldings, Corian vanity with matching Corian backsplash, porcelain toilet, and stainless steel sink complete with a waterfall single-lever faucet.

Pleasure-Way Pursuit BathroomOne feature designed to make life on the road easier is multiplex wiring, which simplifies the electrical switches to three panels. Other features include an Onan 4kw generator, 13,500 BTU roof air conditioner, 32” LED LCD TV, Blu-Ray player with built in Wi-Fi, Clarion in-dash navigation with Bluetooth, iPod and USB connections, back-up camera, six-cubic-foot double-door fridge with stainless steel front, LED lighting, unique computer work station, multi-position opening skylights with screen and shade, power day and night roller shades, and 12-foot power awning.

Pleasure-Way Pursuit Work StationThanks to an estimated 13 -15 miles per gallon on the highway, you can spend more time exploring the open road and less time and money filling up the tank.

Fully loaded, the Pleasure-Way Pursuit retails for $103,870 in both the United States and Canada.

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