Single slides, double sinks, three burner galleys, forward queen beds and angle showers with private toilets are features available on some of the 2009 Fleetwood Terry travel trailers. The 2009 model year was the last year that any Fleetwood travel trailers were built, because the company discontinued the product line.
The last model year of Fleetwood Terry travel trailers included many standard features built into all of the travel trailer and fifth wheel trailer models. Standard plumbing, heating and cooling units included a 13,500 BTU air conditioner, a 6-gallon propane direct spark ignition water heater, a Hydro Flame forced air, direct spark ignition furnace with thermostat and a whole house water purification system.
All of the galleys included double-door propane refrigerators, 22-inch ovens, a microwave with electronic touch pad, a flip-up galley extension table and a pantry with fixed or removable shelves. The bedrooms all had aluminum framed beds, built-in bedroom television viewing areas, lift up under-bed storage and wardrobes that could accommodate standard-size closet hangers.
Fleetwood Terry travel trailers had extensive safety features, including carbon monoxide, propane and smoke detectors as well as ground fault circuit protectors for the galley, bath and patio receptacles, a fire extinguisher, tinted safety glass windows, and a breakaway emergency disconnect brake.