RV News | News article: Prime Time Introduces Tracer Breeze Ultra-Lite Travel Trailer

Prime Time Introduces Tracer Breeze Ultra-Lite Travel Trailer

By: On: Tuesday May 16 2017

Prime Time Tracer Breeze

Intent on taking advantage of the robust ultra-lite towable market, Wakarusa-based Prime Time Manufacturing, a division of Forest River, Inc., is launching the all-new Tracer Breeze ultra-lite travel trailer for the summer camping season.

“We’ve struck the perfect balance of affordability for the budget-conscious family with a long list of features that will look impressive pulling into the campground. The new Tracer Breeze will create a comfortable, convenient and satisfying camping experience,” said Tracer Product Manager Shane Miller.

The extremely light weight Tracer Breeze, starting at 3,900 lb, offers a long list of upgrades such as sleek frameless windows, large LED television, seamless residential countertops with high-rise residential faucet, extra-large 87” booth dinettes, portable solar prep, backup camera prep, enclosed underbelly, walk-on roof, and ducted air conditioning.

“Many of the items we’ve included with Breeze aren’t typically found on products in this price range.  We’re certain our customers will appreciate the abundant list of standard features in this new addition to our Tracer family,” added Miller.

MSRP’s on the Tracer Breeze line will range from $19,999 to $24,449. For more information, visit www.primetimerv.com.

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