Stepping inside the Ventana 3436 class A diesel motor home by Newmar, you will be wowed by the space and beauty. You will immediately notice two of the three slides.
The first slide is to the left and has a booth dinette and LCD TV with overhead cabinet. The opposite side of the motor home offers a full wall slide with a 74" hide-a-bed sofa, double kitchen sink on an angled countertop, three burner range, refrigerator, pantry, and in the bedroom, a dresser and TV. The two captain's chairs can swivel around to face the living/kitchen space and include overhead cabinets above for additional storage.
The rear bedroom has a wardrobe with sliding mirror doors and small wardrobe or washer and dryer space along the rear wall, and a queen bed slide on the curb side. In the bathroom, you will find a shower, linen cabinet, toilet, and a sink, plus much more!
|Length||34 ft 10 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft 6 in|
|Ext Height||12 ft 10 in|
|Int Height||7 ft|
|Gross Weight||35000 lbs|
|Dry Weight||27800 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||7100 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||105 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||65 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||45 gals|
|Furnace BTU||35000 btu|
|Engine||Cummins ISB 360 HP|
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Newmar began by building high-quality travel trailers. In 1971, the company introduced the Kountry Aire fifth wheel, making Newmar one of the first and largest fifth wheel builders in the industry.
Newmar continued to grow at a rapid pace through the 1970s. In 1984, Mahlon Miller, who at the time was president of the Holiday Rambler Corporation, left his position and purchased a 51% stake in the Newmar Corporation.
In the 1980s, Newmar entered the Class A market, building premium-quality motor coaches in small numbers. In 1990, the company introduced two iconic motor coaches that still exist today: Dutch Star and Mountain Aire. At the same time, Newmar began pioneering concepts and features that would change the industry, including the first traditional slideouts and flush floor slideouts ever featured in a Class A coach.
In 1991, Mahlon Miller purchased the remaining 49% of Newmar Corporation, becoming sole owner. Just one year later, the company built a new, 116,000 square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Nappanee, helping to further centralize production.
By the late 1990s, Newmar became the first to offer full body paint on both its towable and motor coach products. To support the growth of this innovative practice and ensure superior quality, Newmar added a 45,000 square foot paint facility. Then, in 2004, a 150,000 square foot chassis prep and welding facility was added to accommodate the growing complexities that come with manufacturing top-quality motor coaches.
In 2006, Mahlon Miller’s son Matt became Newmar’s new president. When the economic recession arrived soon thereafter, Matt Miller insisted Newmar stay the course by maintaining its commitments to dealers and customers. In 2012, Newmar exited the fifth wheel segment that helped shape the company decades earlier, choosing to focus entirely on crafting the finest Class A motorhomes the industry had ever seen.
Today, Newmar is stronger than ever thanks to an unwavering commitment to service, quality and innovation that remains unmatched.