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Old 06-09-2014, 07:16 PM   #1
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Best bus on the road

Who has the best class A bus on the road? Is it a tiffin, American, integra?
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Old 06-09-2014, 07:19 PM   #2
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Old 06-09-2014, 07:20 PM   #3
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Who has the best class A bus on the road? Is it a tiffin, American, integra?
Actually its spelled Entegra... But the best production coach probably a Newmar or Foretravel.. The others you mentioned are great coaches but you said "Best"!
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Foretravel, / Newell and Prevost are way ahead of those 3
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Newell & Millennium.

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Old 06-09-2014, 10:58 PM   #6
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The only real "bus" is the Prevost. The others are called bus because of the front door entry and people want to think they have a "bus"
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The only real "bus" is the Prevost. The others are called bus because of the front door entry and people want to think they have a "bus"

Correct you are. There are real buses ... Prevost ... MCI ... Setra ... Van Hool ... Eagle ... GM ... Flxible ... Blue Bird and a few others. Then there are the "Look like a bus" RVs. Of those one really IS built like a bus ... the Newell. The rest are built up around a chassis from, Gillig, Spartan, or Freightliner.
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Correct you are. There are real buses ... Prevost ... MCI ... Setra ... Van Hool ... Eagle ... GM ... Flxible ... Blue Bird and a few others. Then there are the "Look like a bus" RVs. Of those one really IS built like a bus ... the Newell. The rest are built up around a chassis from, Gillig, Spartan, or Freightliner.

Monaco roadmaster chassis are way up there and not adapted by anyone

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Prevost conversion, Newell and Foretravel are probably top three, not necessarily in that order due to many factors. Then there is another level of about 4-5 high end units on a chassis by Spartan, Freightliner or proprietary chassis that a motorhome is built around. Then there are a couple of levels below that which are all fine units, it depends on someone wants and pocket book to determine what is the best for them in my opinion.
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