The thing is, a brand is only as good as it's last product. Take a look at the Georgetown 364TS, don't dismiss it based on what you think you know or experienced in the past.
It's a new ball game every time a new model is released, and the 364TS is taking the RV world by storm. When was the last time you saw MHSRV have 8 of anything in stock?
Originally Posted by hydrocarbon
Thanks for the information!
...I also like that they have molded fiberglass roofs and are built on a 24k chassis instead of a 22k. However they both lack a 1/2 bath, king bed, washer/dryer, and residential fridge. Those items are very important to us--> (DW)..
Just for comparison, the Georgetown 364 TS:
- 22K chasis with 22.5" wheels
- Triple slide, two of them huge (reply should qualify as a quad)
- TWO FULL bathrooms with dedicated heaters and pumps allow simultaneous use
- Moulded fibreglass roof
- Available full body paint
- French door residential fridge with ice
- Stainless high end propane range with sealed burners
- Solid surface counters
- Available Washer dryer combo unit
- King bed
- Way better TV placement in front (usable when slides are in) and master bedroom
- Way nicer bunks with dedicated entertainment centres
- NO carpet
I realize it does not have a couple of your wish list items such as cord reels but those can be added. I almost fell into the trap of paying 20K more for upgrades worth 4K at best. This is where manufacturers get you, they bundle a few premium items yet charge exponentially more than they are worth, which your case, seems to be easy add ons.
It is also extremely well balanced. I weighed mine dry but with a full tank of gas from the dealer:
Front Left: 3,373 LBS
Front Right: 3,395 LBS
Rear Left: 5,974 LBS
Rear Right: 6,151 LBS
Total 18,894 LBS
I would also not get hung up on shopping the wheel base, many people say it is the best driving gas coach they ever had. When you consider the price of about $101K (not sure how much full body paint is) you owe it to yourself (and your wallet) to take a look and a test drive.
At least take a look at the video: