The 2005 Magna 630 attains an excellent balance between performance and elegant luxury. Built on Country Coach's own DynoMax chassis, it is powered by a 525-horsepower Caterpillar C13 turbodiesel engine with ACERT technology. The engine produces 1,650 pound-feet of torque at 1,200 rpm. The motorhome glides over rough roads. When parked, a six-point, computer-assisted leveling system turns the coach into a stable highway home The coach's paint scheme is captivating, and now available in no less than 12 color combinations. As one reaches the entry door, the coach can be unlocked remotely (the entry door lock is equipped with a key, a digital keypad, and a remote control). The Magna 630 features power seats with heat and massage.Let's step into the driver's seat for a moment. The Magna 630 features a completely redesigned burl-wood dash that's custom-contoured with an Ultraleather wrap. According to Country Coach officials, careful attention was paid to gauge placement and seating ergonomics in the cockpit. New instrument clusters are easy to read, and intuitive switches are clearly labeled. Adjustable throttle and brake pedals, power seats with heat and massage, a SilverLeaf digital engine monitor/travel information center, power sun visors, dual zone heating and cooling for driver and copilot, and side and rearview cameras with a concealable touch-screen monitor are all features that are intended to ease time spent behind the wheel. Lined up along the outside wall of the driver's seat, at armrest height, are several controls on a built-in ledge. The push-button shifter for the Allison six-speed automatic transmission is immediately behind a cup holder that's adjacent to the dashboard. Next is the parking brake control, then several rows of rocker switches covering such items as engine brake on-off and high-medium-low, window sun visors, etc. The Magna's 18-inch Smart Wheel telescopes in and out and tilts up and down. Buttons on this steering wheel activate the cruise control, the windshield wiper and washer, the headlights when passing (and when indicating clearance for passing 18-wheelers), and the clearance lights to use when thanking drivers in passed vehicles. The buttons are located in both arms of the wheel. The large center pad on the wheel sounds the coach's air horns. In addition to being able to relocate the wheel for more comfortable driving, the driver can move the floor pedals forward and rearward electrically. Call Cassones RV For More Info 480-357-5200
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