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  1. My wife and I are looking into buying a Class B and we've narrowed it down to three choices: 1. Winnebago Travato KL: Love the Pure3 system since we have a dog and expect she will be in the RV for extended periods (3 hrs?). We also live in a humid climate and expect that won't change, so need something that will allow a/c to last thru the night. Don't love the build quality or the actual layout. 2. Pleasure Way Lexor FL: Love the layout and the build quality. Not a fan of the battery system that limits a/c use. A generator would be noisy and not available at night, so that may be an issue. 3. Coachmen Beyond: Good qualit'y and a/c is estimated to last and be quiet, but it is a bit longer than we wanted (22'-2"), so won't be optimal for our kind of travel. We are more into towns/museums/history and less "out in the middle of nowhere" kind of people! Our question, and it may be unanswerable or even foolish to ask, so I apologize in advance... what is a fair deal? Dealerships seem to be all over the map when pricing these models and after much research, it seems final pricing can be difficult to pin down. It also makes it hard to find prices because few dealerships are specific regarding what options are actually included with the models (at least online). Dealerships for the RV's we are looking at never seem to have the models we want on site, or don't sell the brand at all. 1. Winnebago dealers usually offer 25% off MSRP, and it seems 28 to 32% off MSRP is considered a good deal. 2. Pleasure Way dealers usually offer 10% off MSRP, but I can't seem to find a general final offer price range anywhere. 3. Coachmen dealers have been hard to find (at least for the Beyond). The one I did find offers 28% off MSRP, but no idea what a final fair deal would be. Any thoughts, suggestions, helpful hints, anecdotes, advice, dialogue, words of encouragement? Thanks for reading this far too long post from a dazed and confused couple!
  2. https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/-122858064 Ram ProMaster 280 HP 3.6L V6 gas engine Under Warranty!! Asking $75,000 Pristine conditon with 3500 miles. Viper alarm system installed with remote start and interior temperature sensor. This 59G model offers the luxury of sleeping up to 3 people, allows seating for 4 with seat belts and a child seat anchor in the dinette seating.Includes rear removable ladder and bike rack for 2 included. Rear removable screen and sliding screen door on passenger side, privacy panels, roller shades and sun shades for front cab.Refrigerator/freezer is 3 way LP/110/12voltSolar panels 100 wattPower awningIncluded is (2) 25 foot electrical 30 amp cords, surge protector, adapter to plug in at homewater pressure regulator valve, one fresh water hose, one black waterhoseAssorted fuses and 2 leveling blocks
  3. I bought a Travato Class B motorhome last summer. I've driven almost 24,000 miles. From Cleveland to the Gulf, out I10 though the South West, up the Pacific Coast Highway and I90 from Seattle to Cleveland. I want to drive the Great River Road along the Mississippi this fall then stay in places I like and drive less. The Class B has been great for all this driving. Otherwise I'd like a bit more room and a real shower Is there a time of year that is good to buy? Are there things that will get me the best trade-in. The Travato has issues, some that I stressed myself some were never put together right in the first place and should be covered by warranty. Little stuff like cabinet latches. Do I have things fixed before trade-in? I'm wondering if I should buy a used Class C that someone else has worked the bugs out of? Any point taking a Winnebago to a Winnebago dealer and buying a Winnebago View Jonathan Smith
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