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Old 07-17-2010, 05:00 PM   #1
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Has anyone been inside of or driven the new Breeze yet? anyone figure out where to put clothes?
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Has anyone been inside of or driven the new Breeze yet? anyone figure out where to put clothes?
Craig, I believe that we are going to see these type of challenges with this entire class of coach regardless of manufacturer. There are a lot of rigs with half closets and relatively few drawers and other storage spaces.

Our 38G on the other hand has always had too much room to store stuff and it would be very easy to overload our coach.
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We are here at the Allegro Campground getting a few of the new coach gremlins worked out of our new Phaeton. Yesterday my wife and I sauntered on over to the main plant facility and there for anyone to peruse was a brand new 28' Breeze. We were told that where have only been three built as of yet and we were in #3. Number 1 is located as a display coach by the old gas station at the entrance to the plant. No prices have been announced as of yet and they are not yet taking orders for the Breeze. I was told "maybe" in early August, but then who knows. . . our plans are always made in jello. The coach we viewed was built on the proprietary Powerglide chassis and sported a Navistar Maxxforce power plant. Inside, the first thing one sees is a lot of light colored plastic on the dash and ceramic tile on the floor. The cabinets are a real surprise. . . all painted bright white. The available storage is severely limited. There is only about a foot of hanging closet space on either side. The greatest drawer space is under the bed. The drawer space in the rest of the bedroom is significantly limited. The dining area has a solid wood table that is round. It is built to be lowered so that the coaches on either side may be used for sleeping. In closing, my wife and I each feel that this motorhome would be a great tail-gating, weekender or short vacation coach. This is just my never to be humble opinion, your's may differ. As always, oRV
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