Friday, June 2, 2023


Amazing 2023 Newmar King Aire 4596 Luxury Motorhome debuts new, impressive floor plan

In the video below, Andrew Steele of RVing with Andrew Steele takes us on a tour of the Newmar King Aire 2023 4596 model, featuring a new floor plan that, in Andrew’s opinion, makes it the nicest Newmar King Aire ever built!

As Andrew specializes in high-end luxury RVs, that is saying a lot.

In the video below he is just doing a quick tour to show you the new floor plan. If you want to go into more detail about Newmar’s King Aire Luxury motorhomes, he has a number of other videos on his channel that go into the minutiae. So if you are in the market for a Newmar, there’s a whole lot you can learn from them.

The tour begins in the cockpit, where you will notice beautiful detail work. For instance, the stitched door panel coordinates with the comfortable seating.

A huge slide out living room with lots of windows and lots of storage take up the front of the coach. The comfortable and stylish recliners here are also massage chairs!

The kitchen, which is outfitted with all high-end brand appliances, is a chef’s dream. It has everything a gourmet could ever want or need:

  • 22-cubic-foot Viking refrigerator/freezer
  • Built-in Wolf coffee maker
  • Built-in wine glass racks
  • Sub-Zero wine cooler

But wait, there’s more!

This coach has something I have never seen or heard of before in ANY RV and that is a walk-in pantry!

This motorhome houses 1 1/2 baths. The half-bath nearer to the kitchen and pantry area is beautifully appointed and features lots of storage. With this feature on board, there’s no need for guests to go through the bedroom to get to the master bath.

But speaking of the master bath, it is ENORMOUS! It features marble tile floors and a huge tiled shower with oversized showerheads and a teak seat. This bathroom looks like it belongs in a luxury spa, not a motorhome

The cathedral-style ceiling makes this shower accessible even for tall folks. A HUGE hammered metal trough-style sink has double faucets so two people can use it at once.

A king-sized bed is the focal point of the large slide out bedroom. Motion detector lights throughout the coach will illuminate midnight ramblings.

More about the Newmar King Aire Luxury Motorhome:

  • Whirlpool washer and dryer
  • Built-in safe in the wardrobe closet
  • Built upon a Spartan K3 chassis
  • 20,000-pound towing capacity
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Collision mitigation system
  • Solid frame that’s 50% thicker than the competition
  • Tilt function that helps empty waste tanks
  • MSRP: $1.675 million

The craftsmanship and detail in this motorhome are amazing. Then again, for the price, they should be. In fact, for that price, it should probably come with a maid, a cook, and a valet! But I digress…

Watch the video and prepare to be impressed whether you are in the market for one yourself or just want to know how the other half lives!


Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard is the author 8 published books on topics as diverse as US Citizenship to Cannabis Cooking. Cheri grew up in a circus family and has been RVing on and off her entire life.


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5 days ago

Minute and a half Brooklyn Bedding commercial in there, hmm. I just saw Liz Amazing do one of those on her youtube channel the other day…
Gotta add, that’s one beautiful bus!

Last edited 5 days ago by MattD
5 days ago

Andrew, sure wish you would STFU and let the gentleman show us this great new floor plan. Your constant interruptions ruin what could be a very interesting video

Neal Davis
5 days ago

Thanks, Cheri! We have a baby King Aire (aka, New Aire). We could not afford a real King Aire and they are all 45 feet in length (reducing the number of non-resort sites they fit). We reduced from a 43′ to 36′ to address that. Also, we have met King Aire owners with more problems (e.g., leaking shower drain rotting the subfloor) than our baby King Aire. Would I buy one if we could afford it AND afford to stay at resorts? You betcha! The ride of a tag-axle DP is wonderful. Even though it is only window-shopping, I love looking inside (and out) King Aires. Thanks again!

5 days ago
Reply to  Neal Davis

I have likely heard a lot of the same issues with King Aires. Not on my wants list either. For $1.7 mil, a used Newell would be a better choice, IMO.

I never understood the curved lid in the bedroom and bathroom either. They feel like a TT in the backend.

Tommy Molnar
5 days ago

What was that mattress commercial about? Also, I can’t imagine too many ‘kids’ buying a coach like this, so all that low bendover storage would be tough to use for us old(er) folks. The saying “Before you get down to the floor, make sure you have a plan in place for getting back up” comes to mind. You youngins may laugh at this but your time is coming – 😉

5 days ago

I can imagine needing to retain a mobile rv tech to follow you on every trip.

Real Patriot
5 days ago

You could have just posted the video. We didn’t need the same info regurgitated into this “article”.

Bill T
5 days ago
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Cheri Sicard
5 days ago
Reply to  Real Patriot

Many of our readers prefer to read over watching videos. If you don’t, skip the article. But you are not everyone. See how easy that was?

Last edited 5 days ago by Cheri Sicard
Bill Byerly
5 days ago
Reply to  Cheri Sicard

I completely agree with you Cheri !

Charlie Sullivan
5 days ago
Reply to  Cheri Sicard

I agree Cheri. Thank you for putting it so succinctly. So many people think they are the only ones that matter!

5 days ago
Reply to  Real Patriot

Seriously? That’s your takeaway?

5 days ago
Reply to  Real Patriot

Huh? Whaa? Duh?

5 days ago

Just an FYI. Every high end coach that Andrew reviews is always the best coach he’s ever seen.

Bill T
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave

Seems to be the theory.

Charlie Sullivan
5 days ago
Reply to  Dave

Just like looking for something you have lost or misplaced…it’s always in the last place you look!

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