EverGreen RV has announced two new floor plans for their Ever-Lite line of travel trailers. The lightweight, easy-to-tow Ever-Lite is the first product EverGreen RV produced when the company began manufacturing RVs in 2008 and has remained their flagship brand ever since. There are currently 10 travel trailer floor plans in the Ever-Lite line. Eight of these designs are deep slide travel trailers. EverGreen also produces Ever-Lite Select, Element and Ascend travel trailers. Another EverGreen product line is the i-Go travel trailers and fifth wheels.
The New 2013 Ever-Lite Floor Plans
- The Model 30RLW-DS Ever-Lite travel trailer is a deep slide model with two entry doors and a slide-out lounge and dinette. It features captain-style lounge chair seating in the rear of the coach and a mid dry bath. The sleeping area is separated from the rest of the coach by the bathroom and has its own entry door.
- The Model 30KIS-DIS Ever-Lite travel trailer is also a deep slide model, and features EverGreen’s new kitchen island. A slide-out dinette and couch on one side with a slide-out kitchen on the opposite side leave room for groups to mingle around the kitchen island, making it ideal for entertaining. This floor plan also comes with a rear dry bath.
Ever-Lite is Built with the “EverGreen Difference”
The “EverGreen Difference” starts with quality construction. Instead of using wood like so many other RV manufacturers, EverGreen utilizes composites throughout the structure of each Ever-Lite coach to create a more durable and lightweight camper. The use of composites creates an RV that resists the occurrence of rot, mold and mildew that destroys other campers as they age. EverGreen’s specially engineered Compositek™ construction is vacuum laminated to a fully welded aluminum frame in a seamless, one-piece system. Ever-Lite composite campers are simply “built tougher to outlast the competition.”
Better Fuel Efficiency
To help RV owners with the continually rising cost of gasoline, Ever-Lite is built lighter for better fuel efficiency. This lightweight construction also enables the Ever-Lite to be towed with smaller, more fuel efficient tow vehicles such as mid-sized SUVs. In fact, ComposiTek construction yields a camper that is 15 to 20 percent lighter than other brands.