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Does anyone know of a approximately 25' RV that is built on a Chevy diesel chassis. I would like your input if you have seen or heard of such an RV.

 

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Lee (IYQ)<p>Moving from Campground to Campground so the Grim Reaper can't find me.http://www.flickr.com/photos/iyq/2013 Chevy 2500 HD Diesel pulling a 2008 Hornet TT with Hensley Arrow Hitch. Plus a 2015 Itasca Navion iQ 24v to run around in.

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Does anyone know of a approximately 25' RV that is built on a Chevy diesel chassis. I would like your input if you have seen or heard of such an RV.

 

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If you're specifically looking for a Duramax powered unit, you can find used units in Jayco Seneca and similar models. I don't know if they are Chevy or Workhorse or something else, but I remember seeing many of them. There are also other similar built units by other manufacturers. I'm not sure you can find anything new though.

 

Go to http://www.rvtrader.com/ and do a search for them and you can see what's available. I don't remember ever seeing anything quite that small, buy maybe.

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Thanks for the replys. I have a 2015 Navion on the Mercedes Diesel sprinter chassis. It seems like every time I though a switch, I wonder if something is going to break, blow a fuse or burn out a relay somewhere. The little 3.3 engine gets pretty good mileage on flat road but falls way off on a slight grade or even a slight breeze for a head wind. My Chevy truck with an engine twice as big gets nearly as good and it takes a pretty good grade or wind to make the mileage drop off. A search on the internet reveled a bunch of recalls on that engine and a lot of transmission failures. I used to think German engineering was top of the line. But this has shook my faith in them but good. The Mercedes gets about 17 mpg on open road my chevy gets 23 to 25 not pulling and 12 to 16 pulling my travel trailer that is much larger, higher and heavier than the Navion. I've been full timing since 1972 and have owned several makes of rigs. The Mercedes is the first one that makes me think I may have goofed in buying it.

Lee (IYQ)<p>Moving from Campground to Campground so the Grim Reaper can't find me.http://www.flickr.com/photos/iyq/2013 Chevy 2500 HD Diesel pulling a 2008 Hornet TT with Hensley Arrow Hitch. Plus a 2015 Itasca Navion iQ 24v to run around in.

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