2014 Fleetwood Storm 32H


It’s getting closer to Spring, which means it’s time to make your RV dream come true. Part of the fun of buying an RV is looking at all of the floor plans to find the perfect RV. If you are in the market for something that sleeps at least six or eight people, consider test driving the 2014 Fleetwood Storm 32H.

Sleeping Quarters

The Storm 32H, available at Jim’s RV, sleeps eight people as it’s a bunkhouse model. The 42-inch by 70-inch dinette — located behind the driver’s seat — folds down into a bed. Directly across from the dinette and behind the passenger’s seat, is a 42-inch by 74-inch sofa bed. Both fold-downs sleep two people. The bunk beds are 33 inches by 73 inches – each bunk sleeps one. Alternatively, you can order the Storm 32H with another folding dinette under the upper bunk.

The rear bedroom features a 60-inch by 74-inch queen bed, two nightstands, a wardrobe over the top of a dresser and plenty of room to move around.

Living Area

The lavatory is all in one room and features a stand-up shower, toilet and sink. The galley area features a three-burner stove, microwave, refrigerator and a double sink. A 32-inch LCD television is included over the cab area.

The Storm 32H is built on a Ford chassis that features a 6.8-liter Triton V-10 engine which is backed by a five-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. The engine puts out 362 horsepower and 457 pound-feet of torque at 3,250 rpm. It holds 80 gallons of fuel.

Dimensions and Quantities


The 2014 Fleetwood Storm is 31 feet long. You can choose from several options, including an extra queen bed, entertainment center and televisions for the bunks and rear bedroom. Ask your Jim’s RV salesperson about additional options and information about each option.

The interior height is 82 inches and the exterior height is 12 feet including the air conditioning unity. The Storm 32H features plenty of storage: 116 cubic feet inside and 104 cubic feet outside. The fresh water tank holds 60 gallons, and the gray and black water tanks each hold 35 gallons. The RV holds 14 gallons of propane and features a 6-gallon hot water tank.

Stop by Jim’ RV today to tour the Storm 32H and take it for a test drive. This RV is large enough for a larger family, but not so long that it’s difficult to drive.


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