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Old 07-09-2016, 09:31 PM   #15
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We currently have a Navion and are happy with it.When we are done with this we will be looking for a high quality Coach in the 30-35 ft range.I agree with those of you that feel that there is a market for a quality, comfortable, well appointed coach. Hope that Winnebago doesn't miss the boat! Lynn

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For sure, one size does not fit all! (Pun intended...)

Today? We are in a 40', but I feel a 42 - 43' would have also served us well. (A bit more basement storage, to offset the space for the tag. And we did target 40 - 43' coaches.) Why not 45'? Well my wife would not be comfortable obtaining a Class B Non Commercial Drivers License. And for our current domicile, under 45' regular DL's is all that is required.)

Future? Well we've talked about at the end of our 10 year plan, now in the second half of year 3, we would look into a smaller rig for closer to home and shorter get aways. Who knows what that will look like when we get to that phase. Currently we kick around a 34-36' Class A higher end coach. Probably DP vs Gas, but that could change. And we occasionally look at the Lazy Daze's, Born Frees, and even the Class B's Unity.

While their seems to be a glut at the top of the 45' food chain for higher end coaches, very few higher end mid size Class A's DP's are available.

I understand that within the Winnie Family, they would probably want to make the CC their premier higher end Class A. Sure hope in the future, they really do some marketing analysis on the mid size higher end coaches too. They might be pleasantly surprised at what that market could be!

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Well, I really could care less on what the do or don't build. I would like to see WGO service centers around the U.S. that would be highly qualified to work on Country Coach. I love the people that work on them now and even driving to Junction City. Just want more of them.

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