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By: On: Tuesday January 5 2016

Aliner LE

Aliner has started production of its new Limited Edition A-frame camping trailer.

“We like to stay on top of what our customers are looking for in a camping trailer and we believe we have done so with the Aliner Limited Edition as it has a retro graphics package, new exterior porch light, tires with chrome moon hub, tire cover and a certificate of authenticity.” says Brett Randall, President & CEO of Aliner.

By: On: Thursday November 26 2015

Aliner Logo

Columbia Northwest, Inc. plans to introduce several new folding trailers for its Somerset line.

For 2016, the Aliner factory is introducing a new line of folding trailers with a narrow body, low-profile, light weight design. The 11-foot box Chesapeake sleeps six people and is the lightest hard top folding trailer in the industry for its size. With a closed height of 47 inches and a 125-pound tongue weight, this trailer can be hauled by a variety of smaller tow vehicles.

By: On: Thursday November 19 2015

2016 Aliner LE

Aliner has announced a new retro-inspired 2016 Limited Edition model that will be ready for consumers in January 2016.

The Aliner Limited Edition features a retro graphics package, new exterior porch light, tires with chrome moon hub, tire cover, and a certificate of authenticity.




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