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Old 11-01-2014, 06:10 PM   #15
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Looks like I have my answer on the 2015 HR Ambassador 38DBT. We found a dealer about an hour away from us that had 2 of them on their lot. One had the booth and no drop down bed in front, the other had a free standing dinette and the drop down loft bed.
Well, unfortunatly, we were not impressed. The bedroom wall going into the master bath was bowed out pulling all the staples loose. Where there should have been outlets on both the driver side AND passenger side, there was nothing but a gaping hole where the outlet should have been. The carpet under the slide was all bunched up on one side and cut too short on the other side. The vinyl tile floor tiles were lifting and the "grout" was cracked.
Maybe some of these things were the fault of the dealership for presenting the coach that way, but in any case, we just shook our head and said we will keep the MH we have. Our MH may be considered "entry level" but ours looked like a Prevost next to that Holiday Rambler.
It seems like in today's world, the RV manufacturers have taken the motto: "Cut corners, no one will notice". Well we noticed, No Thanks!!

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Old 11-01-2014, 08:40 PM   #16
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I'm not going to say I told you so as the one you looked at was worst than the one I seen. Of course the display at Redmond, OR had more care of being put together. My coach is almost 9 years old and is better than the new Ambassador. If we were to buy now a Country Coach 2-3 years old is a good bet for just a little more money.

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