Coachmen’s Concord Gets Auto Flex Air Ride Suspension
THUNDER BAY, Ontario – Auto Flex Air Ride Suspension has partnered with Coachmen, a leading RV company, to bring its revolutionary new air ride system to Coachmen’s Concord motorhomes, according to a press release from Auto Flex.
This new technology promises to improve braking, provide better gas mileage, maintain vehicle ride height, improve road handling, and provide a more comfortable ride, the release stated.
“The Concord is our top-of-the-line Class C which offers a lot of premium features only found in Class A, diesel pushers. Up until partnering with Auto Flex, the air ride suspension was the only major feature missing from the Concord. The fact that we can now offer a true air ride suspension puts us in a category all our own which is why the new Concord 321DS was largely designed around the Auto Flex system.” said Luke Handyside, General Manager of Coachmen’s Class C Division.
Dereck & Paul Legros, the owners of Auto Flex Air Ride Suspension, said they are proud to offer this innovative product to RV enthusiasts. “We’re excited to be a part of the evolution of air ride technology, and we’re thrilled to see our products enhancing the driving experience for Coachmen owners all over the country,” he said.
Built on the Ford E-450 chassis, this industry-first true air ride rear suspension creates a ride that is unparalleled in terms of comfort and performance. RV enthusiasts can now enjoy a smoother and more enjoyable driving experience.
In addition to finding these products on the Concord RV, Auto Flex Air Ride Suspension offers bolt-on air ride suspension systems for a wide variety of personal trucks and commercial use vehicles including ambulances, buses and RV.
The bolt-on feature is unique because it doesn’t void an owner’s warranty whereas competing products require an installer to alter the frame of a vehicle, the release stated, adding these products are unique and game-changing air ride technology is far more superior to the previous generation systems that earned a bad reputation.