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2008 Newmar London Aire

"A symbol of your love for the finer things in life"

The London Aire is the top of the Newmar line of luxury motorcoaches. Prices start at about $895,000.  Newmar says: "With its commanding exterior and top-of-the-line amenities, London Aire is a sparkling symbol of your love for the finer things in life."

2008 Newmar London Aire exterior

The 2008 London Aire is 45' long and comes in 3 floorplans.  We show all 3 of these floorplans below. 


2008 London Aire LABD 4541
This is a beautiful arrangement with a rear bathroom and mid-length powder room. 
The free standing dinette can be replaced by a "villa dinette" with a 30"x51" adjustable oval table.

2008 Newmar London Aire floorplan 4541

2008 London Aire LABD 4542
This brings the bathroom forward of the bedroom and provides a walk-in closet in the bedroom.  Once again, there is the option to replace the dinette as with the 4541.

2008 Newmar London Aire floorplan 4542

2008 London Aire LABD 4545
Another very beautiful arrangement with the free standing dinette next to the sofa.  There is an option to change out this whole dinette/sofa arrangement into a combination with the "villa dinette and adjustable oval table" mentioned above.

2008 Newmar London Aire floorplan 4543

The fabulous London Aire interior:

2008 Newmar London Aire interior

  

2008 Newmar London Aire dining 2008 Newmar London Aire kitchen
 
2008 Newmar London Aire bedroom 2008 Newmar London Aire cockpit
Just some of the features of the 2008 Newmar London Aire:
  • Spartan® K3 Chassis with IFS
  • Power TRW Comfort Drive™ Steering - see RoTi article
  • Cummins® ISX 600 hp
  • Full-Paint Masterpiece Finish™ with Super Clear Coat and Diamond Shield Front Protective Film
  • One-Piece Molded Fiberglass Roof with 9mm Decking
  • Sculptured Padded Ceiling

  • Natural Cherry Hardwood Unitized Cabinets with Residential Styling

  • Three 15M Penguin™ Heat Pump Air Conditioners with Remote Control Thermostat

  • Wastemaster Sewer Hose with Shut-Off Nozzle option - see RoTi section

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2008 Newmar London Aire

"A symbol of your love for the finer things in life"

The base MSRP for the London Aire starts at about $895,000

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Readers comments:
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Gaator :   We bought a 1999 Newmar London Aire in 2004. We fulltimed for three years now live it only for the winters. We LOVE this coach - which is our fourth. Quality, quality, quality. Still finding features six years later - 1/30/2011

Brian :   I'm back. after rving in our 40' Mountan Aire , I love it no issues my next one will be a 40' like the one I have , 2 slides is good enough , with a tag, I would like 500 hp I'll move up to a 2004 to 2006

Terry :   My brother-in-law recently passed away and my sister wants me to sell their 2008 London Aire. It is so nice, I hate to see it be let go at such a low price. I have it out on rvt dot com for sale.

Wes :   @ 2micro4u regarding putting a Smart car in the garage of a Newmar Canyon Star Toyhauler: A Newmar dealer told me that the Smart is too heavy for the Canyon Star. Any opinions on a Smart in the garage?

Hans R :   I ahve a 2008 Essex. If money is not a problem for you this is the coach. I wish I could afford to trade in for the latest model. Love the full wall slide. Thanks.

Brian :   I'm back I found a 40' 2000 Mountain Aire low miles like new we love it . spent all summer on the road.

P. Mercer :   I have an '07 Essex. It is my 3rd Newmar. They are just the best and have the best factory service in the business.

Cooney :   I'm looking at buying a used Dutch Aire - 2007. Looks good and enjoyed reading the review. I think I'm better with a used Newmar than a new coach at the same money. Also think with any new coach there are some initial problems and I think the 2007 has got these finished.

Jim :   I traded in a Newmar for a 5th wheel thinking this would be a good move and I would not have to tow a car to get around with when we stopped. Worst mistake I have ever made. Newmar's quality in their Class A's is great. I really miss that. Instead of having quality drawers, cabinets, doors, walls I have paper thin drawers, cabinets, doors and walls. We were going to take it South for the winter but not sure if it will go that far without stopping to have a dealer tighten it up. I wish I had my Newmar back.

Rolf :   We have the 2009 Dutch Aire 4304 and we love it. 4 slides and a great layout. This is our second Newmar, we had a 2002 Essex. Newmar is the best. No problems so far. We visited the factory in Nappenee, Indiana in 2005 and they were so friendly and helpful. Previously we'd had a Fleetwood and a Foretravel. OK and good respectively but if you want the best its got to be Newmar.

Joel :   I've owned a 2001 Mountain Aire and it was the best coach (3rd one at the time)i then owned a 43PBQ Navigator the worst coach i ever owned (225 items about a third kept reoccuring they could never fix them one example 5 radiator assemblies) i traded that coach in for a 2007 Newmar Essex this is now the best coach i've ever owned. i got service from Newmar in Elkart and the experience was great (they are the nicest folks you could meet) By all means purchasing a Newmar is one of the best coach buys.

2micro4u :   Like Newmar very much. I am an owner of a 2008 Smart Fortwo Cabrio...I am looking to buy a 08-09 Class A Rv possibly a Newmar Cayon Star Toyhauler to live in instead of an apartment. It has a garage I can drive the Smart in..plus I can fit my motorcycle and it is the 1st RV that has a Full size Bedroom with a Garage on a class a. Price is around $130K

Brian :   I am looking at the 2002 Mountain Aire 40' I like the style the shape and so on would you recomend the mountain aire ?

Brian :   I'm going to buy one soon, but it's going to be a 1999 , 60,000 mil, what do you think what would be a deal ? no trade , cash , Brian

Catherine P :   We have a 2003 Newmar Dutch Star Diesel. Wonderful RV and a pleasure to drive. Easy in living in it and caring for it. Have no dislikes and enjoy all the interior since we added the extras we wanted. Company very good to deal with on warranty issues which mine have only been minor. Based upon your experiences, would you buy one of this manufacturer's RVs again?: Yes. Rating: 5/5.

Gene and Gail Y :   We have a 2001 Newmar London Aire. Literally, EVERYTHING is good about Newmar. This coach is our second, if I hadn't lost most of my money in the market crash, I'd buy the latest London Aire, it's the best looking coach I've ever seen and has everything updated the way I would have done them from our 2001. We have always had "likes" and NO dislikes about our coach. It would have been nice to have more slide outs, but they were not available when we bought it. Our whole Newmar experience has been wonderful, both the Mountain Aire and the London Aire. Any Warranty issues were handled very satisfactorily by Newmar; I give them the highest possible grade. And I enjoy visiting the Factory in Nappenee, Indiana. The Newmar people are very friendly and always helpful with any questions I've had. I just cannot imagine an RV company doing more for its customers than Newmar. Based upon your experiences, would you buy one of this manufacturer's RVs again?: Yes. Rating: 5/5

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