At only 1320 dry weight, the new Ranger model is the same size as the Classic and has all the basic features. The sofa/dinette layout featured in the Ranger is the most popular since it has 2 sleeping areas, the largest being the 56" x 76" sofa bed. The A/C and furnace are options, as well as the off-road package that includes a 3,000 lb axle, electric brakes, breakaway switch and 14" tires. You can also add a fantastic roof vent or high wind kit, but that's it. The rest is standard on the Ranger... two stabilizer jacks, spare tire, carrier, 1 standard roof vent, 1 exterior baggage door, sink, 13" tires, one rear skylight, 1.9 cu. ft. refrigerator and a 2 burner stove. The best part is the price. We just received a Ranger with the a/c, furnace and off road package that has a dealer price of $11,927! Wow! If you want to move up into the Classic that we all know and love, you will gain 2 more stabilizer jacks, 1 more roof vent, 1 more baggage door, a 3.0 refrigerator, 2 floor plan options, an additional skylight, a microwave, a 60" x 76" bed (instead of a 56" x 76" bed), an outside shower and a few more available options like the ever-popular toilet and the DSI Water Heater. With most options added, you will be over $14,000. Since our new Aliners have only been here a few days, I have realized this comparison is important for the shoppers to understand. They are clearly two different models, with the Ranger being an excellent choice for those of us who want basics and a really good price. Still confused? Just call me and we can talk details!