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Old 02-01-2010, 04:56 PM   #1
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We saw our first mh built by this company last weekend Siena 35V. Its on the Workhorse W22 chassis and has a very nice floorplan with 2 slides. Interested in hearing about any experiances.
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Most of the dealers are in the Western US states one in my state Marty's RV.
Marty's use to carry Monaco,Travel Supreme and Newmar but completely closed them out because of the down turn in industry.
Maybe he see's a new horizon.
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I am not sure CT is still operating. When I toured the factory, the age of the chassis was a major concern. CT had purchased chassis from another manufacture, and they were several years old. I and others have expressed reservation that CT used a W22 chassis on a 39' coach, just too much house for the chassis.

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I have a 35V and love it. We were drawn to it by two things: The residential appliances including refrigerator, range and oven, garbage disposal, etc. And the fact that they all come with all the equipment, there are no options. It came with satellite tracker antenna, 42 inch flat panel tv, 2000 watt inverter, 7000 watt genny, etc, etc.
The 8.1 GM motor and Allison transmission combination has plenty power to haul the coach. It came with Bilstien shocks and drives like a dream, one finger on the wheel. The Allison has a double overdrive and grade brake so it is very flexible going up and down grades.
The company is privately owned and still in business, but just barely. They have not produced new coaches for a while but they still service the ones on the road. They and we all are hoping for new production soon.
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We were sure impressed when we saw the appliances and overall quality. It was the 2009 Siena V35 on a 2008 W22. Went back three times to check things out and made the the decision to purchase. We should be picking it up Friday. Dont understand why a coach with all these appointments is not getting more attention From us gasser fans. May be that the company is just getting started in this uncertain economy. Thanks for the replies
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