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Old 09-04-2016, 11:15 PM   #1
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Any 2016 Pace Arrow LXE 38k review?

We have been looking at buying a 2016 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 38k LXE
is there anyone who owns one that can tell me if they are happy with this unit and the performance? Tow anything with it?

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Old 09-05-2016, 06:09 PM   #2
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I got a 2016 Pace Lxe 38K. Love it. More than satisfied with ISB 340 XCS....pulls hills well. About 3,000 miles and really nice. If gotta have more power ( I sure don't) you have to open the wallet more. The new plans/mix/options pretty well cover it all, the 38K is awesome. I'm seeing right around 9 mpg on the new engine with the generator on for ac most of the time. Ordinary geography has been NY- Georgia on I81, it ain't the Rockies but it has plenty of up/downs. The factory sticker declares the vehicle OCCC to be 5,338 pounds. The GVWR is 32,400. I know the GCWR is 33,000 as limited by the Allison 2500. I had it weighed and got a certified weight of 30,340 which was full fuel, full propane, full water, very little in Black/Grey, 2 adult, 4 kids, Storage in coach and basement virtually full including some weighty things (12 cases water,soda,beer). All in all probably more weight than it will commonly see. In this weight did Conn., Mass., NY including up to Mount Washington. Tow a jeep wrangler and it doesn't seem noticeable. It won't put you into a hill burner but it's decent.

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Old 09-05-2016, 08:49 PM   #3
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Thank you for the information. It was really helpful. Helps in our buying decision.
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