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Old 11-18-2009, 06:04 AM   #1
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:23 AM   #2
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Thanks for the review Dirk and Cruzer. The Breeze is exactly what i've been looking for in a smaller motorhome. Winnebago has a 27 foot Vista model that goes for about 100k which I've been considering. In 1993, I bought a 27 1/2 foot Allegro Bay class C rig, which we kept for over ten years and replaced it with our current 32BA. The C was only made for a year or two and was certainly a rare bird. I'll be looking for Tiffin to roll out the new Breeze. We have an appointment at red bay in January so maybe we'll see one then.


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Old 11-18-2009, 09:25 AM   #3
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we are fairly happy with our Newmar BAY STAR 2901 for the RVing we do right now!?
of course we found a few little "things" that Newmar would not do, like the wrong or loose bolts, loose front mask (air under), but we could fix those things as good as possible.

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The Breeze looks like another good move from Tiffin just as the Allegro Red has proved to be. Boy is Tiffin on a roll.
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A picture of the Breeze, as introduced at RVIA in Louisville, made the front cover of MOTORHOME magazine March 2010 edition. The publisher's column (p4) also relates how Mr. Bob pulled a good natured trick on the attendees by leading them to speculate it was a huge triple axle coach. ED
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I was disappointed the Breeze prototype didn't make it to the Tampa show. Since we are full-timers, the Breeze is a little too small for us, but I was curious to see how Tiffin is planning to handle smaller Class A motorhomes and what the price range is going to be. If the Breeze had gone to Tampa, I guess people would be wanting to place orders, and Tiffin apparently isn't quite ready for that yet.
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For more information on the Tiffin Breeze ....

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Tiffin Breeze Wheel Base

The Breeze does look like a good thing but have any of you looked at the specs on Tiffin's web-site? The over 29 foot long Breeze only has a 152" Wheel Base. Imagine towing your car and making any kind of a turn and dragging the front end around instead of it following you. The Allegro 30DA is only 6" longer and has a 208" Wheel Base. I hope Tiffin is going to make a change to this when the actual sellable models come out.

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