Step inside and take a look back at all of the convenient features that would make any journey enjoyable. The kitchen area features everything you need to prepare great meals on the go including a sink, a two burner range with microwave oven, and a refrigerator/freezer. There is also plenty of storage for all of your dry and canned goods. Have a seat at the comfortable dinette, where you can enjoy meals with your family.
The living area includes a sofa so you can relax during the daytime, and even take in a little television with surround sound. At night the sofa can transform into sleeping space.
This coach features a bathroom complete with shower, toilet, and a sink with a medicine cabinet above for your convenience.
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The History of Chinook Motorhomes:
Self-described as “The Sports Car of Motorhomes,” Chinook is one of the oldest names in the North American RV industry. For decades, the highly acclaimed Chinook name has been synonymous with luxurious interior craftsmanship and sleek, streamlined exterior design.
Founded in the late 1930s, recreational vehicle company Chinook produced Class A, Class B and Class C motorhomes. Assembling motorhomes ranging in lengths from 17 to 27 feet, Chinook were designed as reasonably compact vehicles capable of being driven easily from home to campground. Discontinued in 2006, Chinook motorhomes continue to retain a sizable resale value compared to other equal competitors.