Make a date with this beautiful model.

Looking to upgrade your RV?  How about wishing upon a Dutch Star?  A 2019 Newmar Dutch Star 4369 to be exact, with only 7,800 miles on the odometer and priced to move at $349,900.

The details:

2019 Newmar Dutch Star 4369 on a Freightliner Chassis, with Cummins 450HP ISL Diesel engine. The exterior is resplendent in Seapearl graphics with Seapearl interior decor and Sable Maple cabinetry inside.

This popular Dutch Star model comes with the full wall slide and 2 passenger side slide outs with a large master bath and half bath. Captain chairs include a buddy size passenger chair are power adjustable and heated with folding footrests. The digital instrument panel features 2 wireless charging pads. The living room has 2 recliners and a foldout couch with air mattress, 2 Sony LED TVs, a 43” in front and a 49” 4K model on a Televator behind the sofa with Sony Blu-ray player.

The coach currently has a Winegard SK300 Dish satellite setup. The kitchen has a euro dinette with 2 leaves and extra folding chairs. There is a pull-out cabinet for additional counter space, a recessed 2 burner induction cooktop, kitchen window, appliance garage and Fisher & Paykel dishwasher. Cabinets above and below the sinks have pull out shelves. The residential Whirlpool French door refrigerator with bottom door freezer has an ice maker and water in the door. All the pantry shelves pull out and are LED lighted. The master bedroom has a King Sleep Number Premier Mattress, Sony TV and lots of storage, both hanging and drawers. The master bath has the large shower with seat and assist handles, 2 sinks with medicine cabinets, and stacked Whirlpool washer and dryer. A full closet with shelving and a safe across the back of the coach. Both toilets are Dometic macerator style with an RV Sanicon system. The master bath also contains the full-size emergency escape door.

The coach has heated tile floors (3 zones) throughout, central vac, and an Oasis heating system for furnace and hot water. Hot Water Line to Generator.  There are 3 Penguin heat pump AC units, Xite radio with Rand McNally nav and Sirius/XM capability. This is an all-electric coach with a 2800W inverter, a 10K Cummins Onan generator, WIFI Skypro LTE Cell Router and is Solar Prepped with 6-gauge wire. There are MCD power shades throughout. The exterior features keyless entry and power extendable awnings over the entry door and living room and bedroom windows. The Girard Package with Nova awnings with wind sensors and LED lighting provides full shade on the passenger side and over the exterior entertainment center with a 43” Sony TV. The passenger slide outs have LED lighting underneath.

The basement contains a large storage tray and a pass-through storage tray, a Domestic 2.8 Freezer on slides, power locking doors with stainless steel trim and recessed docking lights. This coach is a dream to drive with Comfort Steer and the passive steer tag axle. The PV 360 camera setup provides outstanding visibility when changing lanes or backing up. The HWH auto hydraulic leveling makes setting up or preparing to leave one touch simple! GREAT BUY!!

Features at a glance:

450hp Cummins

Freightliner

Allison MH3000

10kW Onan Diesel

2800 watt

Seapearl

Seapearl

Sable Maple

(3) 15M BTU AC’s w/heat pumps

Oasis Diesel Hydronic Heat

Sleeps 4

Tows 15,000 lbs.

3 full wall slides

Options

Freightliner Chassis

Sable Maple Cabinetry

Electric Heat below Tile Floors

All Electric

Induction Cooktop

2800-watt Inverter

Central VAC w/tool kit

Dishwasher-Dish Drawer

Dometic 2.8 cu Refrigerator/Freezer

Omniview NS360 Camera System

Prep Ground Tripod SAT Dish

Sirius SAT Radio

Wi-Fi Skypro LTE Cell Router

Wingard SK300 SAT

Xite Radio w/Rand McNally GPS

Whirlpool Stack Washer/Dryer

43” LED TV in Side Wall

43” LED TV Overhead

DS F-N-T, (2) Recliners

Euro Booth Dinette

Heated Captain Chairs

Sleep # Premier King Mattress

Storage Shelves in Rear Cap

Recessed Docking Lights

Solar prep w/6 gauge wire

Transfer Switch w/surge protector

Power MCD Shades

Safe in Bedroom

Assist Handle in Shower

Hot Water Line to Generator

RV SaniCon

Flag Pole Bracket

Large Storage Tray

Pass thru Storage Tray

Stainless Steel Ext. Trim

Girard pkg. Nova Awnings

Kitchen Window

 

To see her in her full glory, visit https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2019-newmar-dutch-star-4369/.

 

Motor Home Refresher Course

There is nothing quite like taking to the open road and anticipating all the adventures that await you. Sometimes in our haste to “get out there,” we might forget some of the simplest tasks that make RV’ing easier and more enjoyable. Whether you’re new to RV’ing or a seasoned pro, here are five tips you should always have top of mind when using your vacation home on wheels.

Tip #1: Look before you park.

Whether you were able to choose your campsite or had one assigned to you, it’s important to take a moment BEFORE you pull in to get a lay of the land. Look for uneven areas that could make stabilizing your rig a challenge. Also, consider the size and make sure there’s ample room for your RV and anything you might want to set up on your “patio.” Look for low-handing branches or dead wood that could fall on your RV and damage the roof. Make sure that the site fits your expectations. If you’re looking for peace and quiet and are assigned a slot in the busiest part of the park, you might not enjoy the experience as much as you thought.

Tip #2: Do a “walk-around” before you leave.

Before pulling away, take time to do a thorough check of the area and your RV. Consider creating to-do lists for both settling in and packing up, and follow that list to the letter. Make sure all the slideouts, awnings, and antennas are back to their locked in positions and ready for the motion of the road.

Tip #3: Pack light.

Despite how much room your camper may have, you still won’t be able to pack everything. If you’ve already started packing, you’ve probably realized how quickly your stuff takes up space. You only have so much storage room and trying to fit all the things you might use is probably going to be very difficult. Not to mention, it’ll get very cramped, very fast.

Start by packing only the most essential items without including those “just in case” supplies. You should also try to consolidate in every way you can. For example, instead of packing clothes for every single day you’ll be camping, consider packing fewer clothes and taking advantage of onsite or local laundromats. Only after you’ve packed the essentials should you consider if you have room for luxury items.

Some important issues you’ll want to keep in mind includes weight. There are legal limits to how much your motorhome can weigh overall, including the rig itself, any towed vehicles, passengers, and cargo. Not only can overloading your RV be unsafe, but it can lead to hefty fines, so be careful about how much you pack. Also keep in mind that just because you have extra storage space, doesn’t mean you have to fill every inch of it.

Tip #4: Keep a repair kit on hand.

Keep a toolbox in your RV that contains the basic essentials for a quick fix while on the road. It should include jumper cables, a lug wrench, a tire gauge, spare tire, extra fuses, nuts and bolts, connectors, screwdrivers, hammer, and even spare phone and tablet chargers. It might save you the expense of calling a mobile mechanic or tow truck.

Tip #5: Make reservations.

Campgrounds, especially the most popular ones in desirable locations, can fill up in a hurry. Don’t ever assume that a place will be waiting for you. Instead, plan your journey well in advance and make reservations to ensure a spot will be waiting for you, and that it will be in the part of the park you want to be in.