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2007 Beaver Marquis Motor Coach
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"Rich wood. High gloss. Sumptuous comfort and unexpected treasures."
 "Unlike any other RV on the road today"

In 2002 Beaver - which has been making motor coaches for more than 30 years, - became a part of the Monaco group. Beaver however, continues its high luxury identity in its own facility in Coburg, Oregon.

Beaver describes the Marquis as "Unlike any other RV on the road today. We've taken the latest in technology and wrapped it in the natural splendor of exotic woods. And the results are stunning."

The Marquis comes in three lengths - nominally 40, 43 and 45 feet - and with a total of 5 floorplans.  We show 3 of these floorplans below. 

The base MSRP for the Marquis starts at $523,000.


2007 Beaver Marquis  40 Pearl IV
This is the shortest Marquis with an overall length of 41'7".
This arrangement has 4 slides with several options.  The queen bed shown can be replaced with a king, the dinette and chair arrangement can be replaced by a dinette and computer desk arrangement or a modified dinette with j-lounge arrangement.

2007 Beaver Marquis Pearl floorplan

2007 Beaver Marquis  43 Topaz IV
The Topaz has an overall length of 43'1".
The extra length gives a more spacious bedroom and living room. the living area driver's side slideout is longer with the refer. part of this.  Once again, there are options available similar to the Pearl options.
(These floorplans - to maximize the space and make them as easy as possible to look at - are not shown to the same scale of course ..)

2007 Beaver Marquis Topaz floorplan

2007 Beaver Marquis  45 Moonstone III

The Moonstone has an overall length of 44'11".
The virtually full-length drivers-side slideout gives a wonderful arrangement with even the bed as part of the one slide.  There are 3 slides in all, with a longer bedroom slide adding to the huge bedroom area, which has a fabulous walk-in wardrobe.  

2007 Beaver Marquis Topaz floorplan

Finally, we show the 2007 Beaver Marquis  45 Onyx IV floorplan - a very beautiful arrangement with a beautiful bedroom layout.  Once again this has an overall length of 44'11".
   

2007 Beaver Marquis Onyx floorplan

The fabulous Marquis interior:

2007 Beaver Marquis interior

  

2007 Beaver Marquis front area 2007 Beaver Marquis dining
 
2007 Beaver Marquis bedroom 2007 Beaver Marquis detail
Just some of the features of the 2007 Beaver Marquis:
  • Roadmaster S-Series: Semi Monocoque Chassis
  • CAT® 525 HP C-13. Torque: (@ 1,200 RPM)1650 lbs./ft. Max  (Series 60 Detroit Diesel 515 HP Engine option)
  • Heavy-Duty Steel Superstructure with Steel Cage Cockpit Construction

  • Panaview™ 1-Piece Front Windshield

  • High-Gloss Euro-Finish Cabinetry with Exotic Wood Inlays

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Beaver says

"Rich wood. High gloss. Sumptuous comfort and unexpected treasures."
  "Unlike any other RV on the road today"

The base MSRP for the Marquis starts at $523,000.


What do you think? - add your comment here
   

Readers comments:
Latest shown first 

HL Roach :   Owned 2000 Beaver Marquis......electrical nightmare.....other than that we liked the coach......it was beautiful.......2009 and we now own an American Eagle......so far it has been great.....

Thom R :   We've had motorcoaches for 30 years and I just want to say that Beaver is the best we've had. I think we've had 8. We've had this 2000 Marquis since new and I would trade it for a new one but I think I wouldn't do any better. We've done 84,000 miles and they've been effortless with the 425 hp cat. No problems other than usual maintenance. We had air leaks on the magnum air suspension but we cured that (I did it myself). Great coach, perhaps the best. Based upon your experiences, would you buy one of this manufacturer's RVs again?: Yes. Rating: 5/5.

Richard :   How about some new propulsion technology???

Ed H :   Get a Beaver, they are the Lexus of motorhomes. I have 30 years RVing experience and I know you get what you pay for.



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