The Vixen 21 XC grand touring
The Vixen Motor Company built 39 of these units in 1986 and 1987 with vehicle identification numbers 1001 through 1039
Despite its modest exterior proportions, Vixen XC was built using the Vixen 21 TD design criteria and concepts, delivers the comfort and accommodations you'd expect from a significantly larger motor coach.
- EXCITING LOOKS: Sleek aerodynamic shape designed in the University of Michigan wind tunnel gives the Vixen a lower drag coefficient than the Chevrolet Camaro or Ford Taurus.
- GARAGEABLE AND ACCESSIBLE: Compact 76-inch height and 21-foot length allows the Vixen to be parked in a standard garage and be ready to travel on a moment's notice.
- HANDLING AND PERFORMANCE: Self-adjusting air shocks adjust the Vixen's suspension for the road and the load. The BMW turbo-diesel engine and a 5-speed transmission give the Vixen power to spare. Combine this with the Vixen's aerodynamic fiberglass design, and you get a maximum cruising range of over 630 miles on a single 21-gallon tank of fuel.
- GRAND TOURING WITHOUT GRAND SIZE: Motor home owners will be surprised by how Vixen can pack so many features into a vehicle this size. With amenities like luxurious pile carpeting and seating fabrics, custom mini-blinds and molded ABS walls, and the list of features keeps growing.
- LUXURY SEATING FOR EIGHT with individual reading lamps for each seat. The optional Selectophonic headphone system allows as many as eight different people to listen to three different program sources at the same time. With a 100-watt stereo system and nine speakers and AM/FM cassette radio. The Mid-Body Door allows riders to enter and exit with ease.
- THE ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE TRANSPORT: If you're a businessperson or entrepreneur, owning a Vixen XC makes you look smart in more ways than one.
- PERMANENT REAR DOUBLE BED and sofas that convert to a bed at the center of coach.
- CUSTOM BATHROOM.
- BUILT-IN ICE CHEST COOLER.
The Vixen XC is one travel coach that is every bit as good as it looks
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