Appealing floor plans and interiors are certainly
priorities when purchasing a new coach. However equally important is how it
handles down the road in the real world environment.
We believe a new motorhome should not "rattle and rock" as you
travel down the highway. Nor should you have to hold on to the steering wheel
for "dear life" when high winds prevail. When driving all day, you
shouldn't arrive at your destination "fatigued" due to poor coach
Lazy Daze coaches are engineered to maximize handling. A low profile design
has been incorporated which yields a lower center of gravity. The lower the
center of gravity, the better the handling will be. Our coaches average just
over ten feet in height measured from the ground to the top of the roof air
The motorhome body has been designed to cheat the wind which not only helps
improve handling but fuel economy as well. The sharply angled exterior cab over
nose cap has been designed to slice though the wind. The bottom side of the cab
over has been cleanly integrated into the chassis cab roof to eliminate the
open "pick-up camper" gap. All the exterior body corners have been
rounded over and the lower body panels have a radius corner integrated into its
bottom edge. Rear wheels skirts have been added to help transition the airflow
past the normally open rear wheel wells. Even a sleek awning with legs that
store inside an enclosed case is included.
Conservative wheelbase to length ratios have also been incorporated into our
various models. Good wheelbase to length ratios eliminate excessive rear
overhang that can create poor handling characteristics.
This combination of a low profile silhouette, sleek aerodynamics, efficient
weight distribution and proper wheelbase to length ratios all come together to
create a motorhome with superb road manners.
Whether traveling on curvy mountain roads or in windy conditions a new Lazy
Daze motorhome is designed to meet the challenge!