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Old 09-09-2014, 10:13 PM   #1
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I am looking to buy a new coach. I have a 2007 National Seabreeze 32ft lx. I would appreciate any feedback on this model. We have 2 grandchildren-elementary age. We do need to know width and opening sizes of compartments as we show dogs. Looking for versatility. What do you like/dislike about your coach. As the owner of an orphan coach I am really concerned about fit/finish/durability of Tiffin as I have only seen one coach at a dealership. Thanks for your help!
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Old 09-10-2014, 06:42 PM   #2
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As far as I'm concerned I have yet to see a gas coach that compares in quality and finish and we have looked at them all. I hear good things about Newmar but can't get past their decors.
Personally I would rather have the 36LA if the grand kids only come along occassionally. Get the dinette and use it for their sleeping area. Not much privacy for you with the bunks right next to bedroom. Also think 2 baths, larger fridge and W/D options are much more useful than bunks which might be used on occassion. Also like having tons of outside storage and no slides jutting out on patio side. They always find a way of hitting me in the noggin.
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Old 09-11-2014, 05:47 PM   #3
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We bought a 2013 35 QBA August of 2014, for the grandkids to use the bunks. When they don't go with us, the bottom bunk is used for the dog cages and the upper for travel bags, camera, etc.

Gas mileage is from 7.7 most of the time to 10 mpg and uses .7 gallons of gas per hour running both a/c's. (Proven after filling up, running the generator for 48 hours straight, then filling up again).

Gas tank holds 80 gallons, so you can pass a lot of stations till you find a better price.
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We've had our 35QBA since Jan. floor plan is great for us. We don't full time so we have plenty of storage space, both inside and in the basement compartments. Bunks are great for kids and/or storage. Depending on ages of kids you might want to add a curtain for the bunks. It's easy to do.

We have a furnace issue that will involve a trip to Red Bay per Tiffin's request. Other minor issues have been well taken care of by our dealer. They are really great.

Haven't had a real long trip yet, but the coach handles well on the road.

We're happy with the QBA and looking forward to many years of enjoyable trips.
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We put 34K + miles on our 2013 35 QBA before we traded for the Entegra. We made lots o memories in ours. We did have more than our fair share of issues with the coach, but that is part of the madness we call RVing...

She'll serve you well and it's a great floorplan.
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