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2007 Damon Challenger

"A stylish and powerful Class A gas motorhome"
"The most motorhome for the money"

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The 2007 Damon Challenger is described by Damon as:  "A stylish and powerful Class A gas motorhome for the serious vacationer."  It comes with double or triple slides with lengths from 36'1" to 37'7".

2007 Damon Challenger exterior

2007 Damon Challenger 
The 348 floorplan is shown below.  This is a popular arrangement with 2 slides, a queen bed, a private bath and a large booth dinette (optional table and chairs arrangement is available.)

The 376 floorplan with 2 slides is shown below
 This arrangement has 2 bedrooms, a walk-through private bath and 2 sofas. This model has a length of 37'7".
(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 ..)

The 377 floorplan with three slides is shown below.
This floorplan allows 4 distinct rooms - bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and dining area, and the living room.  The kitchen slide allows for a large dining room table.

This shows a living area and the spacious feel given by the large slideout.

2007 Damon Challenger living area

Kitchen and wardrobes:

2007 Damon Challenger entry area 2007 Damon Challenger kitchen
2007 Damon Challenger bedroom 2007 Damon Challenger bathroom
Some of the features of the 2007 Damon Challenger:
  • Full-basement wide body featuring an extra-large, extra-strong pass-through storage area
  • Ford or Workhorse chassis
  • Wide range of options   


2007 Damon Challenger

"A stylish and powerful Class A motorhome"
"The most motorhome for the money"

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Brent Thompson :   Have a 2004 challenger. Best motorhome I ever had. Very dependable. Problems with some electrical aspects during the warranty period but the warranty covered it all. Would recommend Damon.

Dave :   i own a damon challenger 1997 it is by far one of the best motor homes i have ever had.............very dependable

Darrin :   I own a 2000 Challenger, has anyone else had problems with water getting in the intake while driving in heavy rain? The placement of the intake right behind the grill in front of the radiator allows rain to get into the intake and soaks the filter eventually killing the engine. I have had this problem twice, the new models have fixed this problem by adding a snorkle to the intake getting it out of the weather. Other than that I really like the Challenger.

Lees :   We own a 2000 Intruder 349. Also wouldn't go with anything else. A very classy Class A motorhome. Our unit actually has alot of upgrades and we have loved it and use it as much as we can and would purchase another in a heartbeat. Actually like the new 2007 Challenger 377. About time someone came out with an economical unit that allows separate living areas. Go Damon!!

Jud Garlock :   Have owned a 2003 Damon Intruder since new, still has very low mileage and otherwise is in perfect condition. Both front captain windows manufactured by Atwood have leaked, since the coach was new. While under warranty, my dealer attempted repair, prior to going out of business, with no success. It is clear that these windows were defective from the start, and I now face aproximately $15,000 worth of repairs including wall delamination. I have written and spoke to both Damon and Atwood Corporations, who only say the warranty was 12 months, and refused to respond to my letter. Obviously, this is not a high quality coach or organization as represented. Would like to know if other owners have experienced a similar issue ???

pops :   2007 Challenger out once in cool fall weather, all walls had condensate running down. I did no cooking. Took to dealer and they replaced wrinkled wall covering, and reported that Damon said this was normal. Still trying to get something done to correct the problem. Was only out for a week when this happened

Nigel Cronin :   I've had 3 Damons, a 2001 Challenger, a 2004 Challenger and a 2006 Ultrasport. Wouldn't go with anything else, Damon gives you the best bang for your buck.

Sandy K :   Have a 2000 Challenger Need to have the interior checked out where the ceiling seam is and the strip that hides the seam (it is coming away from the strip). And some other little items this rig was not really checked out when we purchased it. I like that it has 3 slide outs and room to move. What I don't like is the kitchen needs more cabInets for storage space and counter top to work on. I`d change the design of the kitchen in this model. And put and OUTLET towards entrance door (not at rear of 5th wheel).


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