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If you haven’t heard of Alliance RV, it’s time to introduce you. This relative newcomer to the RV industry is making waves with its beautiful fifth wheels and spacious toy haulers.
Its flagship line is the Alliance Paradigm, which provides owners up to 42 feet 6 inches of living space and nine different floor plans.
Let’s look at the Paradigm lineup so you can learn more about all Alliance RV has to offer!
The Paradigm made by Alliance RV is the brand’s luxury fifth wheel lineup. These units feature amenities like Dexter 7,000-pound axles, Dexter heavy-duty 4K springs, and the MORryde CRE3000 suspension system for easier towing.
The basement compartments are insulated and heated in a drop-frame, providing 35% more storage than typical fifth wheels.
Oversize awnings and LED lighting create an enjoyable outdoor space, while the heated and enclosed underbelly and tank pads provide a comfortable indoor space.
There are numerous other luxuries and upgrades in the Alliance Paradigm lineup. They set it apart from other brands and the Alliance Avenue mid-profile fifth wheel.
About Alliance RV
Alliance RV may be new to the RV industry, but it’s not lagging behind. The company started in 2019, focusing on the luxury fifth wheel market.
It had a clear focus from the beginning with a specific target audience in mind. Because of Alliance RV’s laser focus and commitment to quality, it has emerged as one of the top brands in just a few short years.
Owned by Coley and Ryan Brady, Alliance RV has made a home in Elkhart, Ind., – the RV Capital of the World. Prominently displayed all over the manufacturing facility is the mission statement, “Do the right thing.”
The company values include relentless improvement, devotion to relationships, and customer obsession. This mission and these values have helped bring Alliance RV successfully into the RV market.
How Long Has Alliance RV Been Around?
In 2019, Alliance RV delivered the first Paradigm fifth wheel to a dealer. Since then, the company has expanded into manufacturing nine different floor plans within the Paradigm brand.
Alliance RV has also added the Valor toy hauler and the mid-profile Avenue fifth wheel to its lineup. The Valor has six fifth wheel toy hauler floor plans, three travel trailer toy hauler floor plans, and the Avenue has seven different floor plans.
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Where Are Alliance Paradigm RVs Made?
With its headquarters in Elkhart, Alliance RV has joined dozens of other RV brands in making Indiana its home.
Grand Design RV, Winnebago, Jayco, Newmar, Forest River, and other leading brands also have facilities in Elkhart and the surrounding cities. Elkhart is also home to the RV/MH Hall of Fame, which makes it a manufacturing and destination city.
The Alliance Paradigm Lineup
Among the luxury fifth wheels of the Alliance Paradigm line up are variations in floor plans. Most of them have front bedrooms, with one exception in the 385FL.
Others feature rear living spaces or rear kitchens. One, the 395DS, features two full bedrooms. Let’s take a closer look at how these models are alike and unique.
MSRP: Starting at $115,000
Length: 33 feet 3 inches
Weight: 11,666 pounds
The 295MK is the shortest luxury fifth wheel in the Alliance Paradigm lineup. It features a king bed, flip-top dresser, and a large wardrobe in the front bedroom.
The kitchen is prepped for a dishwasher and comes with a 12V refrigerator, a free-standing dinette, and a kitchen island. The living space has two sofas, an electric fireplace, and a 50-inch smart TV. The GVWR is 15,000 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $101,000
Length: 34 feet 11 inches
Weight: 12,243 pounds
The biggest difference between the 295MK and the 310RL is the kitchen layout.
This unit still has a kitchen island that’s dishwasher ready, a 12V refrigerator, and a free-standing dinette. But the stove and microwave are against the wall beside the refrigerator, while the pantry and storage hutch is to the right of the kitchen island.
Because the 310RL is 20 inches longer, there’s more space in the living/kitchen/dining area. The front bedroom is the same as the 295MK. The GVWR is 15,000 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $121,000
Length: 37 feet 10 inches
Weight: 12,782 pounds
Very similar to the 310RL, the 340RL has the same living/kitchen/dining area layout. However, the stair leading up to the front cap where the bathroom and bedroom are not at the entry door. Instead, they’re on the opposite side.
Therefore, the bathroom layout is very different from the other two models as it’s on the other side of the fifth wheel.
There’s an additional storage closet in the hallway with the added length of this unit as well. In the bedroom, there’s also an extra seat with storage. The GVWR is 16,500 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $121,000
Length: 40 feet 4 inches
Weight: 13,687 pounds
The first unit on the list with a front bathroom is the 370FB. The walk-in closet is in the front cap at the back of the bathroom. The large bathroom then leads into the bedroom that still features a king bed, flip-top dresser, and one seat with storage.
The added length of this Alliance Paradigm RV means an extra half bath in the kitchen. The rest of the living/kitchen/dining space is very similar to the other models.
It has two sofas, an electric fireplace, a free-standing dinette, a kitchen island prepped for a dishwasher, and a 12V refrigerator. The GVWR is 16,500 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $127,000
Length: 40 feet 7 inches
Weight: 13,249 pounds
The Paradigm 372RK takes a detour from the traditional fifth wheel layouts. This model features a rear kitchen and center living room.
The kitchen is in a U-shape with overhead cabinets, and the living room has two sofas and a dual recliner loveseat for additional seating.
The steps leading back to the bathroom and bedroom are again on the opposite side of the entry door, like the 340RL. In the front of the unit, the bathroom and bedroom are almost identical to the 340RL. The GVWR is 16,800 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $132,000
Length: 41 feet 6 inches
Weight: 13,343 pounds
Similar to the 372RK, the 382RK has a rear kitchen and central living room. The pantry and refrigerator are in the kitchen, but it still features a U-shaped counter. In this unit, the added length comes into play in the half bath that’s behind the entertainment center.
Like the 370FB, this unit has a front bathroom with a walk-in closet. The GVWR is 16,800 pounds.
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MSRP: Starting at $132,000
Length: 41 feet 4 inches
Weight: 14,517 pounds
This one-of-a-kind Alliance Paradigm fifth wheel features a front living space with a huge entertainment center. Two sleeper sofas and a dual recliner sofa provide ample seating for entertaining guests.
In the center of the unit is the kitchen with a kitchen island prepped for a dishwasher, 12V refrigerator, a free-standing dinette, and a small half bathroom.
The kitchen area is smaller, with less counter space in this unit. That’s because of the huge storage compartment in the rear of the fifth wheel.
Also unique to the 385FL is the 48-inch by 115-inch basement pull-out tray underneath the rear bedroom. Owners can easily store outdoor gear, tools, and more. At the very back of the unit is the bathroom. The GVWR is 16,800 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $123,000
Length: 41 feet 11 inches
Weight: 13,546 pounds
The first unit that can comfortably sleep eight people is the 390MP. This layout features a multi-purpose room with a sleeper sofa and desk and a loft above in the center of the fifth wheel.
This removes quite a bit of room from the living space but adds additional sleeping space and a workspace for digital nomads or traveling families.
The living/kitchen/dining space is like the 310RL. The bathroom and bedroom are similar to the other front bedroom units in the Alliance Paradigm lineup. The GVWR is16,800 pounds.
MSRP: Starting at $137,000
Length: 42 feet 6 inches
Weight: 13,920 pounds
The second-floor plan that sleeps additional people is the 395DS. Another unique design, this unit features a rear second bedroom with a loft above. There’s a second bathroom in the rear of the unit as well.
This model’s living/kitchen/dining space is much smaller because of the added second bathroom and bedroom. There’s one sleeper sofa and one dual recliner loveseat in the living room, and the kitchen is in a U-shape.
The front bathroom and bedroom are much the same as the other models. The GVWR is 16,800 pounds.
Do Alliance Paradigm RVs Have a Full-time RVing Warranty?
Every Alliance Paradigm RV comes with a three-year limited structural and one-year limited base warranty. But the mission “Do the right thing” also comes into play with the company’s customer service.
Alliance RV wants you back on the road quickly so you can keep making memories. So it will work to find creative solutions to specific cases. While other manufacturers void the warranty for full-time living, Alliance RV doesn’t.
However, you may have to purchase specific equipment for certain weather conditions and full-time use.
Find the Alliance Paradigm for Your RV Adventures
Alliance RV may be the new kid on the block, but it’s not rolling over to the RV empires of the industry.
If you’re looking for a new fifth wheel with luxurious amenities that will make you feel at home, consider the Paradigm lineup.
Whether you need space for the kids to sleep, entertain your friends, or work while traveling, there’s a floor plan that’s right for you.
Which Alliance Paradigm will you choose?