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2007 Monaco Diplomat 40SKQ

" Front kitchen livin' "

The 2007 Diplomat -  starting at $217,000 - is available in a wide selection of livable floorplans from 36 to 40 feet, with triple or quad slide-outs. For 2007, Monaco are offering the new 40SFT with PanaSuite™ full-wall slide, which provides maximum uninterrupted living space on the driver’s side of the coach.

The Diplomat featured here is the 40SKQ.  This floorplan has a front kitchen.  A 32” flatscreen LCD TV in a "living area hutch" replaces the usual front cockpit TV.

2007 Monaco Diplomat exterior

2007 Monaco Diplomat 40SKQ interior

2007 Monaco Diplomat 40SKQ

2007 Monaco Diplomat 40 SKQ floorplan

Some of the features of the 2007 Monaco Diplomat:
  • 84" interior ceiling height
  • Alumaframe® Superstructure with Steel Cage Cockpit Construction
  • Cummins® 400 HP ISL Engine withTorque: (@ 1,300 RPM) 1,200 lbs./ft. Max Net
  • Panaview™ 1-Piece Front Windshield
  • Deluxe Full-Body Paint
  • Automatic Hydraulic Leveling Jacks
  • New Vintage Oak Cabinetry 
  • Optional GPS System and Sirius Radio Satellite System
2007 Monaco Diplomat Panaview front 2007 Monaco Diplomat bedroom

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Front kitchen livin' ?

What do you think? 

Readers comments:

Sy Rogers :   Another added comment. Put a back entry into the living room in the rear............If you like my ideas, give me a break on a new motorhome made like this.........

Sy Rogers :   Added comment. For the murphy bed in the fromt when driving. Have seats behind driver and front passenger that come up from the floor like the mini vans have if you need it when taking the family.

Sy Rogers :   I like the concept. How about a nice murphy bed in the front as the two drivers chairs are unused space. and have the living room in the back. Just a thought . Make the decor country.

Terri :   Glad that the designers are pushing the envelope. The fridge, right behind the passenger is useful. The many times I got up to get something to munch or drink, while on a long straight drive, would have been a little less hazardous. Also, the one piece windshield is a step forward. Now - if it is also not vulnerable to chips and cracks it would be very practical. Hate to think what it will cost to replace. it. The two sofa's are not in good alignment with each other for eye contact for conversation. I like the TV out of the cockpit. It should never have been there. The bedroom is very nice, particularly the wardrobe. The continuous tile flooring from the entry and through the kitchen is very practical. Not particularly relevant to this unit - but to all units: where is there a place for books? where can you place shoes while waiting to be cleaned so that they can go into the closet with the clothes?(we walk in from sandy, muddy ground at times), where can you hang a wall clock that will not fall down? Designers-keep thinking, it is getting better all the time.

Tony K :   I like the floorplan very much. I think it makes sense to bring the kitchen forward and have the TV in the middle of the coach. I think it's a good safety feature too - I had a bad experience with a big TV (not flatscreen, the old big one) starting to move and almost falling down onto the driver and passenger while driving. I also like the one piece front windshield.


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