1997 Xplorer Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1997 Xplorer Series

Xplorer Note

MOTORHOMES - No further information available after 2004.
(2004 - 1969)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-197 S (B2500) 17' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
M-197 S (B3500) 17' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
MUR Van-HT 17' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
MUR Van-LT 17' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
M-197 M (B3500) 19' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
MUR Van-HT-Maxi 19' Van Motor Home (Class B) Rear Lounge Yes
MUR Van-LT-Maxi 19' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
Xtra Van-4 Captain Chair 19' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
Xtra Van-Side Bath 19' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
Xtra Van-Twin Bed 19' Van Motor Home (Class B) Twin Beds Yes
M-230 TB 20' Van Motor Home (Class B) Twin Beds Yes
M-230 XL 20' Van Motor Home (Class B) Double Beds Yes
M-236 XL 21' Van Motor Home (Class B) Twin Beds Yes
Originally an architect to the Dodge chassis based motorhome that dominated the high-end recreational vehicle product during the 1960s and 1970s, Ray Frank founded Xplorer in 1967. Developing Class A, Class B and Class C design motorhomes, Xplorer products cater to a wide array of vacationers ranging from van conversions to the four-wheel drive Xcursion model. In 2005, Xplorer corporate assets were sold to Bob Helvie of Startracks.