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Old 02-17-2012, 12:14 PM   #51
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I am intersted in the Wildcat Sterling with the Touring Edition. Can someone tell us what will the Touring Edition have and when is it availble?
Also is the second year warranty available on these units?
The Wildcat Sterling Edition and the Touring Edition upgrade are two separate packages. Sterling is our highest trim line while the Touring Edition offers some a great exterior enhancement at lower cost. Both are available now and currently in production! Here's more info:

Sterling Edition Upgrades (standards built into the package -- some are available as upgrade in the Wildcat line) include:
• "Sterling Silver" High-Gloss Gel Coat Fiberglass Exterior
• New Aerodynamic Gel-coated Fiberglass Front Cap with Built-In LED Docking Lights (dual mode, blue and white)
• Custom Automotive-grade Exterior Graphics Package
• Color-matched Decorative Hitch Cover
• Serta® Trump™ Home Luxury Mattress (Residential Queen, 60" x 80")
• Design Collection™ Corian® Solid Surface Countertop (Kitchen) with Upgraded Pull-out Sprayer Faucet and Undermounted Sink
• Electric Fireplace (not Available in 32QB)
• Hardwood Free Standing Table (with Pull-out Leaf) and 4 Chairs (with Under Seat Storage)
• 15K BTU Ducted Roof Air Conditioner
• 2nd Air Conditioner Bedroom Prep (Wired)
• 50 AMP Service with Detachable Cord
• Propane Quick Connect

The Touring Edition is offered as an option on all Wildcats and eXtraLite fifth wheels and includes:
• Touring Edition Gunmetal Gel-Coat Fiberglass Cap with Integrated Docking Lights
• Touring Edition Automotive-Grade Graphics Package Upgrade
• Touring Edition Decorative Hitch Cover
• Touring Edition Charcoal Aluminum Skirt and Fender
• LED Interior Lighting Upgrade (see this thread for more info: LED lighting questions...?)
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Old 02-17-2012, 01:51 PM   #52
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Wildcat Sterling Edition

Where are the Wildcat Sterling Edition made? Are there factory tours available? I am retiring this fall and looking at ordering a 2013 Sterling Edition. When can I order one and how long to get it after I place a order. Oh yeah will the interior led lights be available on this unit?
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Old 02-17-2012, 02:05 PM   #53
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Where are the Wildcat Sterling Edition made? Are there factory tours available? I am retiring this fall and looking at ordering a 2013 Sterling Edition. When can I order one and how long to get it after I place a order. Oh yeah will the interior led lights be available on this unit?
Wildcat Sterling Edition models are built in our Elkhart, IN, and our Dallas, OR, facilities.

We do indeed offer factory tours! See this thread for more on that: Wildcat Factory Tours

Normal order build times typically range from 8-10 weeks. Please check with your local Wildcat dealer for more up to date information on lead times.

Interior LEDs are not part of the Sterling package (halogens are used) at this current time, but we're able to add them on for retail orders. Please have your dealer inquire about that when ordering!
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Old 02-26-2012, 11:33 AM   #54
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Has anyone had a chance to look over the new Wildcat Sterling 5th wheel trailers? I’m currently have a 2008 Rockwood 8313 and looking to possibly upgrade to a 5th wheel and this one caught my eye. From the colored exterior wall colors to the hydraulic leveling system, looks like it will be a nice mid-grade 5ther. We are looking at the 32RL with rear entertainment center/fireplace.
Thanks guys

Just picked up our Wildcat Sterling 30RL. It is absolutely beautiful inside and out. Everything on it works flawlessly, with the exception of the ventahood external vent cover. I can't get the thing to open...Maybe it's me, but the thing is higher than my head and I can't get the releases to work. If anyone has a suggestion, I'd appreciate it. The 30% larger bedroom is what sold us on the unit, but the interior is beautiful also. It has all the bells and whistles of a much higher priced unit. It is more aerodynamically designed so the extra 1000 pounds is pretty much cancelled out.
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From all 128 workers in the factory Team Wildcat thanks you for your business!

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Old 04-22-2012, 04:18 PM   #56
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Sterling 32QB

We bought the Sterling 32QB last August. We searched for a camper for literally 15 months and probably physically looked at hundreds. With very young children, we wanted a bunk model. Of all the 5th wheels we looked at, the Wildcat had the best layouts. We upgraded to the Sterling edition for a handful of reasons. I would recommend the Wildcat brand to anyone looking to buy a camper!
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Old 04-22-2012, 10:57 PM   #57
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We bought the Sterling 32QB last August. We searched for a camper for literally 15 months and probably physically looked at hundreds. With very young children, we wanted a bunk model. Of all the 5th wheels we looked at, the Wildcat had the best layouts. We upgraded to the Sterling edition for a handful of reasons. I would recommend the Wildcat brand to anyone looking to buy a camper!
Thank you for your kind words!
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Old 05-23-2012, 03:54 PM   #58
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Obviously, the most striking difference in the Sterling Edition upgrade is the high-gloss exterior in the "Sterling Silver" color. It also affects the weight the most (although the standard Corian® countertop, Serta® mattress, and free-standing table and chairs also add some weight).


Here's a list of the Sterling Edition Upgrades (standards built into the package):
  • "Sterling Silver" High-Gloss Gel Coat Fiberglass Exterior
  • New Aerodynamic Gel-coated Fiberglass Front Cap with Built-In LED Docking Lights (dual mode, blue and white)
  • Custom Automotive-grade Exterior Graphics Package
  • Color-matched Decorative Hitch Cover
  • Serta® Trump™ Home Luxury Mattress (Residential Queen, 60" x 80")
  • Design Collection™ Corian® Solid Surface Countertop (Kitchen) with Upgraded Pull-out Sprayer Faucet and Undermounted Sink
  • Electric Fireplace (not Available in 32QB)
  • Hardwood Free Standing Table (with Pull-out Leaf) and 4 Chairs (with Under Seat Storage)
  • 15K BTU Ducted Roof Air Conditioner
  • 2nd Air Conditioner Bedroom Prep (Wired)
  • 50 AMP Service with Detachable Cord
  • Propane Quick Connect
Hope this helps!
I've been getting a lot of questions about this, so I'm reposting!
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