Since its founding in 1967, Foretravel has employed innovation, style and uncompromising quality to become the leader in the luxury motorcoach industry. From the first Super Luxura to today’s custom-built IH, Foretravel has always been committed to manufacturing a motorcoach that boasts superior ride and handling as well as a beautiful fit and finish.
Foretravel’s innovation is evident in its exclusive TravelRide chassis. This superior design originated in 1987 when Foretravel engineered and manufactured a fully monocoque chassis deemed the Unihome. The newly designed chassis provided maximum storage and superior ride and handling which is one of the many characteristics that sets Foretravel apart. Any Foretravel owner will tell you, “The ride and handling is what makes a Foretravel a Foretravel.” The Unihome chassis stood the test of time for twenty years, and it was not until late 2006 that it was re-engineered and the TravelRide chassis was born. For the 2013 IH we have taken the TravelRide chassis a step forward. The IH rides on the new TravelRide II chassis, the best handling, most stable chassis we have ever produced.
Another well-known characteristic of Foretravel motorcoaches is the attention to “fit and finish”. Traditional style and beautiful craftsmanship are seen in the décor and cabinetry and the customized exterior graphics will take your breath away!
“Personalized customer service” has always been a part of Foretravel’s mission statement. Look no further than our Motorcade Club to understand that when you own a Foretravel, you’re Family. This is one of the many reasons several of our owners are on their 3rd, 4th and even 10th Foretravel!
Foretravel manufactures all of our coaches with the highest quality, beautiful finish and unsurpassed drivability. The Nimbus, like the Phenix and the IH, can be fully customized. From 36’ to 45’ there are a range of engine sizes, features, graphics and paint from which to choose. Our flagship IH is the ultimate story in customized luxury...handwritten by you.
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