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American Coach Showcases American Eagle 45K at Hershey RV Show

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The top of the line in the category of American Coach, with 44 feet of luxury, style, and performance from diesel, comes the 2022 American Eagle 45K.

The 45K is listed at $898,726, with the Hershey discounted cost of $629,995, a report said.

This is a class A diesel equipped with a Cummins 605-horsepower engine and 20,000 pounds of towing capacity. It can sleep six people and has the luxury of a king master suite and a complete and partial bath, two-sink vanity, and an outside entertainment center.

American Coach is one of over 30 brands in the 52nd Hershey America’s Largest RV Show, held from Sept. 15-19 at Giant Center.

More than 45,000 guests are expected to stroll through over 33 soccer fields filled with motorhomes, recreational vehicles campers, and the latest camping gear services and RV locations at America’s Largest RV Show that runs until Saturday at Giant Center Hershey.

The annual event, hosted by the Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Association, is a mixed trade and retail show, the number one show of its kind in the United States.

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