2018 Monaco RV's

Originally known as the Caribou Coach company, Monaco is based in Coburg, Ore., with manufacturing plants in Indiana. After acquiring the Roadmaster chassis from Chrysler in 1984, Monaco became the first RV maker to develop its own chassis. Monaco takes credit for many industry firsts including the Panaview one-piece windshield, flat-floor slide-outs and rear-loading class A diesel toy haulers.

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2018 Monaco Signature 44M

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2018 Monaco Signature 44M
MSRP $495,605.00
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2018 Monaco Marquis 38K

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2018 Monaco Marquis 38K
MSRP $TBD
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2018 Monaco Marquis 40J

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2018 Monaco Marquis 40J
MSRP $362,700.00
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2018 Monaco Marquis 40L

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2018 Monaco Marquis 40L
MSRP $370,200.00
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2018 Monaco Signature 40L

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2018 Monaco Signature 40L
MSRP $471,138.00
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2018 Monaco Marquis 44M

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2018 Monaco Marquis 44M
MSRP $402,900.00
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2018 Monaco Signature 40J

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2018 Monaco Signature 40J
MSRP $464,814.00
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