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Old 09-08-2019, 08:32 PM   #1
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Can someone give me the 2007 Holiday Rambler Motorhome trim levels?
I maybe looking at a Neptune and wonder where it falls. TIA

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Old 09-08-2019, 08:43 PM   #2
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Hi Rivrman2; To get a feeling of the model line-up, go to the H.R. web site. Go to the bottom of the page and you will find brochures. Click on that and you will next get a selection of what years you want to look up. Click on 2007 and all the brochures for that year will appear. Sometimes the models are listed from bottom to top or reverse. Just so you know the Neptune is considered an entry level coach. Go though all the brochures for 2007 and within a short time you will figure out the ranking from entry level to the real nice stuff. Hope this info gets you going and have a great week!

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Can someone give me the 2007 Holiday Rambler Motorhome trim levels?
I maybe looking at a Neptune and wonder where it falls. TIA
I have an 07 Neptune. It's one step up the diesel line. The vacationer is the only lower model. The Cayman/Neptune are on the rr4r chassis. It's a 4 air bag chassis. There's a safety issue with the rear trailing arms. Make sure they have been changed out to the Source Engineering versions. If so it's perfectly safe then. Obviously it's not as smooth riding and driving as the 8 air bag chassis that cost more and are higher up the chain. IMO it's much better than any gas chassis. It's a good transition coach if the money's right on it. Hope this helps and doesn't confuse you.

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