Last Updated on June 16, 2023 by Christina
Known for high-quality fifth wheels and toy haulers, Alliance RV is expanding its towable offerings with the new Delta line of laminated travel trailers. The Delta travel trailers are designed to be easily towed by a half-ton pick-up truck or larger SUVs. Alliance RV has crafted three unique floor plans for the Delta travel trailer, all hosting the same luxury features. Each Delta travel trailer features a large slide for added interior space, a private bedroom, complete kitchen and bath amenities, plus plenty of seating for everyone. Two of the floor plans (251BH and 281BH) even feature bunk houses. No matter the size of your family, Alliance RV has a new Delta travel trailer that you are sure to love.
Travel trailer floor plans for every family
The Delta 281BH is a 31-foot, 11-inch bunk house with a maximum weight of 8,850 pounds. The rear features a three-piece bathroom and 46-inch by 75-inch bunk beds. The private bedroom with queen bed at the front also features overhead storage above the bed and wardrobe storage on each side, as well as a dedicated exterior entry/exit with solid steps.
In between is a tri-fold sofa, U-shaped dinette, an entertainment center with 40-inch TV and the kitchen with residential appliances and an abundance of cabinet storage. There’s also plenty of counterspace to prepare your meals, so multiple cooks can use the kitchen area at the same time.
The Delta 251BH is a 29-foot, 3-inch bunk house with a similar layout to the Delta 281BH for the rear bunks, the bathroom and the front bedroom.
However, compared to the Delta 281BH, this floor plan manages to save space by having the refrigerator and dinette on the off-door side while keeping the kitchen and entertainment center on the campsite side. These travel trailers also feature 45-gallon fresh and black water tanks with a 90-gallon gray water tank.
The Delta 262RB, is a 29-foot, 7-inch travel trailer that is largely identical to the Delta 281BH.
The differences with this floor plan include that it does not have the split bunk and bath area that the 281BH has at the rear. Instead, the bathroom of the Delta 262RB makes up the rear of the RV instead. Also, the private bedroom of the Delta 262RB does not have its own entry/exit.
Luxury comes standard on all Delta travel trailers
Each model of Delta travel trailers features a large pass-through storage providing 62 cubic feet of space for all kinds of gear. Three-way controls for the oversized awning and the slide-out can be found in the pass-through storage, as well as a six-foot folding table incorporated into the top of the storage compartment. Every floor plan also features a 200-watt solar package expandable up to 550 watts, a combination outdoor grill/griddle and a full Bluetooth sound system with indoor and outdoor speakers.
All Delta travel trailers have a straight roof line. Most brands use curved roof lines, but Delta’s straight roof line gives you more overhead storage space and maximized use of cabinetry. You’ll also find a dedicated pull-out drawer for a full-size (13 gallon) trash can under the kitchen sink of every Delta model, as well as a flip-up countertop extension. Vinyl and ventless floors with zero carpet make cleaning up easy. Dual A/C units, with one in the bedroom, ensure you will sleep comfortably. Additionally, Delta travel trailers have an incredible ceiling height of 6-feet, 9-inches, a whole three inches taller than industry standard travel trailers!
Alliance RV Delta travel trailers available soon
Currently, Delta travel trailers are still in development and are available for pre-order. Customers can expect to see MSRP for Delta models starting in the low $50,000 range. Finally, Alliance RV offers a one-year limited warranty and a three-year structural warranty, which is the best you’ll find on a new travel trailer.
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