16625 Meridian Ave. E
Puyallup, WA 98375
Used 2004 Safari Trek 28RB
Dear Jessica, It’s been a year since our accident with our Pleasureway RV. It’s so nice to have everything back in good working condition and looking great. We want to thank you and your staff for all the work you did to accomplish this. There were many obstacles along the way, including the delay and frustration in getting parts from the Pleasureway factory in Canada. We appreciate your perseverance ... More » - Ted
Exterior Color: TANS
Interior Color: BROWNS
|Length||27 ft 5 in|
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Safari Motor Coach started in a quiet western Oregon town in 1986. The goal was simple: Build a great performing motorhome with a long list of comfort features at an exceptional value. From its humble beginnings as a small upstart company, Safari began to win over RV enthusiasts with this straightforward approach.Meanwhile, in a neighboring Oregon town, Monaco Coach Corporation was establishing itself as the premier manufacturer of highline luxury motorhomes and became well known for outstanding diesel coaches. Monaco purchased Holiday Rambler in 1996, providing the company with an outstanding lineup of gasoline and diesel motorhomes as well as towable RVs. In the latter half of the 1990’s, Monaco began to emerge as a major force in the RV industry.In 2001, these two story lines converged as Safari (along with the luxurious Beaver brand) became a part of Monaco Coach Corporation. The result is a stronger organization with vast resources, all dedicated to bringing you the very best range of recreational vehicles. The next chapter in Safari’s rich history will build upon the foundation formed in 1986 – offer the most motorhome for the money; listen to the customer to determine what they want in a new coach; and back it up with industry-leading customer support.Safari motorcoaches are as unique and innovative as the people who drive them, live in them, and love them. True in 1986, and still true today. Here’s to a great tomorrow.