1998 Coleman Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1998 Coleman Series

Coleman Note

CAMPING TRAILERS - For 2004-2009 pricing information refer to Fleetwood Folding Trlrs. Used values are higher west of the Mississippi.
(Model years 2011 - 1969)

Camping Trailers

Length
Width
Weight
(lbs)
Sleeps
Slides

Destiny Series

Taos 17' 6'8" 995 6
Redwood 18'8" 7'3" 1364 6
Cheyenne 21'11" 7'3" 1874 8
Santa Fe 21'11" 7'3" 1615 7
Sea Pine 21'11" 7'3" 1615 8
Mesa 25'9" 7'3" 1949 9
Natchez 25'9" 7'3" 2267 8
Rio 25'9" 7'3" 2140 9
Westlake 25'9" 7'3" 2116 8

Grand Tour Series

Bayside-Glide Out 25'9" 7'3" 2632 9 1
Casa Grande 25'9" 7'3" 2400 8
Grandview SP 25'9" 7'3" 2350 8 1
Grandview-Glide Out 25'9" 7'3" 2350 8 1
Niagara 25'9" 7'3" 2425 8
Sun Ridge 25'9" 7'3" 2334 9
A business established in 1900 on a white light gas lantern, Coleman has become a popular outdoor outfitter with a huge product range. Coleman developed a trailer division in order to cater to provide a line-up of folding camping trailers in 1966. From 1989 to 2003, the Coleman name has been licensed to Fleetwood who later added a line of fifth wheel trailers. In 2008, Coleman entered into a new agreement with Thor Industries that returned to iconic outdoor brand to the folding camper marketplace.