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Old 03-13-2017, 08:42 PM   #1
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OK, am I a unique HR owner? I read a lot of the posts here on iRV2 about owners with problems or gripes, but I, as a HR owner, have have very few and usually minor problems with my 2013 Ambassador. I consider it a luxury RV in the mid-price and size market and for the most part, I am very happy with my "home on wheels". We are F-T retirees that work-kamp and are very happy with our life style. The rig has satisfied all our needs for F-T and being able to fit into the work-kamping environment. We have two small rescue dogs that fit into our lifestyle with no problems (after a bit of patient training). The rig has had a few (fixable) problems that I consider as minor over the past three years and has provided us with ample space and an enjoyable environment. The only change we have made is to replace the u-shape dinette with a custom dinette/computer workstation at my expense (which was well worth it!). I just wanted to post this to say we are very happy with our choice of RV and to say that I think this particular RV was designed by a camper instead of an engineer and want to thank the, then HR designers, for a great product. I just hope that the REV group keeps up this great tradition of providing a quality product that meets the need of mobile full-timers.
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OK, am I a unique HR owner? I read a lot of the posts here on iRV2 about owners with problems or gripes, but I, as a HR owner, have have very few and usually minor problems with my 2013 Ambassador. I consider it a luxury RV in the mid-price and size market and for the most part, I am very happy with my "home on wheels". We are F-T retirees that work-kamp and are very happy with our life style. The rig has satisfied all our needs for F-T and being able to fit into the work-kamping environment. We have two small rescue dogs that fit into our lifestyle with no problems (after a bit of patient training). The rig has had a few (fixable) problems that I consider as minor over the past three years and has provided us with ample space and an enjoyable environment. The only change we have made is to replace the u-shape dinette with a custom dinette/computer workstation at my expense (which was well worth it!). I just wanted to post this to say we are very happy with our choice of RV and to say that I think this particular RV was designed by a camper instead of an engineer and want to thank the, then HR designers, for a great product. I just hope that the REV group keeps up this great tradition of providing a quality product that meets the need of mobile full-timers.
My HR is way older being a 1996 Endeavor LE but I looked a about a dozen before I purchased mine. I had no prior rv experience but I could instantly tell the quality put into building this coach compared to the various others I looked at. Most if not all just looks cookie cutter camper type cheap materials. My coach is all original and 20 years old but still came with real hardwood flooring, kitchen coreaon counter tops, marble bathroom sink, a actual porcelain toilet, ceramic tile flooring in the bathroom, leather front seats, vinyl headliner, and central ac vented threwout the entire ceiling not just blowing down from the bottom of the ac units like the others. All aluminum exterior and full aluminum roof. I am very pleased. It is a very well built coach.
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We've been pretty happy with our 2013 Diplomat
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We love our 2003 HR Endeavor. It has been great with only minor repairs.
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We love ours also. Great value and proven engineering over time. Last of the RoadMaster chassis with 10 outward mounted airbags and shocks. Can't beat the stability and ride.
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We love our 2006 Navigator. We also looked at many newer coaches but did not find the quality that the Navigator had. We took a chance with it as the previous owner did not provide any records. But so far we have only had a few minor issues. In 2006 the Navigator was the top of the line and the quality certainly backs that up.
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