Providence 42M Length: 43' 6"
Floor Plan Options
Front 32" LED TV
King Bed W/Air 72" x 80"
Weights and Measurements
|Front GAWR (lbs)2||14,700|
|Tag Axle GAWR (lbs)2||10,000|
|Rear GAWR (lbs)2||20,000|
|Hitch Rating Weight (lbs)4||15,000|
|Tongue Weight (lbs)4||1,500|
Dimensions and Capacities
|Overall Length (feet and inches)5||43' 6"|
|Overall Height (with A/C) (feet and inches)||12' 10"|
|Overall Width (maximum) (inches)6,7||102"|
|Interior Height (maximum) (inches)||84"|
|Interior Width (maximum) (inches)||96"|
|Interior Storage (cu. ft.)||207|
|Exterior Storage (cu. ft.)||189|
|Fresh Water Holding Tank (gal)||100|
|Grey Water Holding Tank (gal)||60|
|Black Water Holding Tank (gal)||40|
Model: Freightliner® XCM Series
Engine: Cummins® ISL9 8.9L
Transmission: Allison® 3000 MH 6-Speed
Alternator: 170 Amp Leece-Neville
Torque: 1,250 lb-ft @ 1,400 RPM
Fuel Capacity: 150 gal.
Footnotes and Disclaimers
1 GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) is the maximum permissible weight of this fully loaded motorhome. The GVWR is equal to or greater than the sum of the (UVW) unloaded vehicle weight plus the (OCCC) occupant cargo carrying capacity. UVW and OCCC are found on the label containing the federal certification tag in each RV.
2 GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) is the maximum permissible loaded weight a specific axle is designed to carry.
3 GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating) is the value specified by the motorhome manufacturer as the maximum allowable loaded weight of this motor home with its towed vehicle. Towing and braking capacities may be different. Refer to Fleetwood and chassis manufacturer's manuals for complete information.
4 The chassis manufacturer recommends the installation of a supplemental brake control system to activate the brakes on the vehicle or trailer you are towing. Hitch receiver ratings expressed are maximum for the hitch receiver installed and may require the purchase of additional equipment that is dependent on the weight of the towed load. Consult with hitch receiver manufacturer for further information.
5 Length measured from front bumper to rear bumper (excludes accessories).
6 Excludes safety equipment and awnings.
7 Motorhomes feature a body-width over 96" which will restrict your access to certain roads. Before purchasing, you should research any state and/or province road laws which may affect your usage.