Originally Posted by pumper9x9
He's what I recommend. Go to rv.org , buy their product and read it all. Then go to the rating section and find the coaches that you think fit your needs and wants. Then go to oodle.com and put in what you're looking for. It searches all over the web and if you check the right boxes it will send you updates every day. Buying the rv.org product will be the best money you can spend on an rv. Good luck, happy hunting, and have fun.
I will 2nd that motion.
There are those in this thread that say rv.org has not been to the factory etc. etc. but I also belive those same people have not used the data supplied by rv.org. to form their opinion.
When we began our search, we had NO
idea what was good or bad. I bought the data base from rv.org and it did not take long to realize how much difference there are in these rigs and what to look for when I went shopping. Particularly for a used rig. Included in the reviews, you will find a brief history on the brand, where it came from and where it is today. That in itself was a big help knowing if the manufacturer was even still in business.
I'm not saying it is the only thing, but it is certainly an extremly good tool, along with your own common sense, as to what is worth looking at and what you should just plain walk away from. If you value your time at all, this data base will be money well spent to sort the steaks from the hamburger in short order. It's a $150 investment and worth every penny as far as I'm concerned.
rv.org helped me narrow my search to a Newmar. Mr. D, do you think I made the right choice?
Dennis & Carol
2003, 4006, 41' DutchStar,
Spartan, ISC 8.3L W/BanksPower - 2013 Honda CRV, BlueOx Baseplate, Aventa Bar & Patriot Brake. And the 04 Bird, Sunshine Car.