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Old 08-27-2016, 12:18 AM   #15
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Our 2015 Winnebago Vista has an electric one. Love it vor extra storage when in winter camp.

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Old 08-29-2016, 07:30 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by mtofell View Post
This is a great feature on some newer class A units but, unfortunately, seems to be limited to just a couple brands (Thor and Forest River). Does anyone care to guess if Newmar and/or Tiffin will follow suit in the next couple years?

One thing that has always stopped me from seriously considering a class A is they only have 2 bunks and I have 3 kids. And playing the couch/dinette conversion game every morning and night is not something I want to mess with.

With Tiffin and Newmar having such a great reputation it would sure be nice to have those brands to choose from as well.
We have a '16 Miramar 33.5. It has the overhead bunk which was a big factor in our choice. My son loves it, we aren't doing the pull out every night on the couch, we looked at but didn't get a bunkhouse. Very happy so far with the layout and the MH overall.

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