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Old 07-22-2019, 05:16 PM   #15
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Has anyone found a list of the 2020 features or improvements added to the Verona LE LTS.

Would you please post it or provide a link to that information.
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The electric cook top in the le actually works way better than the propane in the others, as for the refrigerator, in the le it is great. Having had a Dynamax DX3 (2017) and now a Verona LE 40LRB (2019), there is literally no comparison between the Renegade and the DX3. both same size, Renegade hands down better.
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We too looked at a Verona vs the LE. We opted for the LE since many of the options we wanted are standard on the LE.
Renegade, how has your LE performed on hills? Say, going through Tennessee, Kentucky, etc?
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Renegade, how has your LE performed on hills? Say, going through Tennessee, Kentucky, etc?
I can’t say that we have taken on any long steep hills as yet. But what we have encountered on our trips thus far were pretty easy to handle once I learned how to drive the coach and stay in the torque band and use the transmission by down shifting. Once I had this figured out we could hold 50 mph on he hills. Like it’s been said in an couple other threads you won’t win any races in the LE but then again, I’m looking for a slower pace when we are on the road. I set the cruise on 65 and drive for fuel economy.
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I canít say that we have taken on any long steep hills as yet. But what we have encountered on our trips thus far were pretty easy to handle once I learned how to drive the coach and stay in the torque band and use the transmission by down shifting. Once I had this figured out we could hold 50 mph on he hills. Like itís been said in an couple other threads you wonít win any races in the LE but then again, Iím looking for a slower pace when we are on the road. I set the cruise on 65 and drive for fuel economy.
Thanks Dave, always good to hear the real scoop from an owner.
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Agrees with RENEGADE RV. Having the Verona LE and pulling a 3/4 Ram Diesel with the shell over the bed full as well it weighs roughly 9,000 loaded, Pulls it just fine, not racing up the hill not creeping which is fine by me.
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Agree with Renegade RV & Wayne Clamp. Managing the RPMs and gear selection we have had no problems maintaining about 50mph on steeper slopes such as on I-40 going onto and out of Albuquerque and Flagstaff. Didn't make any difference if we were pulling the 1/2 ton Ecodiesel Ram or the Jeep Wrangler JL.
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