DISCOVER THE TIFFIN MOTORHOME
In 1972 Bob Tiffin founded Tiffin Motorhomes with a notion of how to build a luxury motorhome that would be all about the customer’s needs. Bob had a strong foundation gained from working for his father Alex’s family owned Tiffin Supply Company. It was from his father that he learned that putting the customer first in every aspect of the business would lead to success. Now, four decades, three generations, and 65,000 motorhomes later, this family business with a lot of heart hasn’t changed its principals or gone “corporate.” Whether you are buying the classic Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro, or the groundbreaking compact Class A Motorhome the Allegro Breeze, or going all out on a Tiffin Motorhomes Phaeton you can still pick up the phone and talk to Bob or one of his sons. Even at Tiffin Allegro Club rallies, you are just as likely to have one of the family stop by and offer to fix an issue with your Tiffin Motorhome as you are a technician. Read More Below
10 AWESOME THINGS ABOUT
THE ALLEGRO BREEZE
This luxurious and compact Class A Diesel Pusher is easy to drive and beautiful all around. We loved reviewing this RV and hope you'll love it too!
HOLY COW, TIFFIN MAKES A CLASS C
This compact Class C sits on a Mercedes-Benz chassis, and it's built with the luxury and comfort that is expected in a Tiffin Motorhome.
They say that what makes a Tiffin Motorhome is never-ending innovation. And with their SMARTSLIDESTM SEAMLESS SLIDEOUTS, POWERGLIDE CHASSIS, and EXTRAORDINAIRETM AC SYSTEM it’s no surprise. They pretty much go the extra mile in their manufacturing of Tiffin Allegro Motorhomes as well as their other models with thicker windows, better steps, and revolutionary basement storage that they pioneered. Because they put so much into their products, they can offer the best of warranties, making your experience as a Tiffin Motorhome owner as worry free as possible. And you are always welcome to tour the Red Bay, Alabama plant and see in person what kind of craftsmanship their valued employees put into each Tiffin Allegro. With production limited to just 12 Coaches a day, it is no wonder that they stand behind their product and are proud to put their name on each one.