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Old 02-21-2014, 09:01 PM   #1
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Looking ... Forza/Solei 34T or Breeze 32BR?

We're thinking ... so which do you think is the better of the two?

Winnebago Forza/Itasca Solei 34T or Tiffin Breeze 32BR ...

Appreciate your perspective. Would appreciate your thoughts and rationale.

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Maybe I posted this in the wrong section ... sure thought there would be some response!

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We looked at both of those when we were shopping. Ended up with the new Forest River Legacy Dp which is a hair over 36 feet.

Of the two you mentioned the Forza/solei we thought was nicer than the breeze. The breeze was nice but didn't seem a whole lot roomier than our class c and the bedroom seemed tiny. I think the freightliner chassis and cummins engine of the forza are a step up from the tiffin power glide chassis and max force engine. Just my opinion.

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We looked at both of those when we were shopping. Ended up with the new Forest River Legacy Dp which is a hair over 36 feet.
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Hadn't even looked at those! Nice floorplan. Okay, more to consider . . .
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I think you are trying to compare Apples to Oranges here. The Forza should probably be compared to the Tiffin Allegro RED - which has essentially the same chassis and engine combo but many more floorplans.
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I think you are trying to compare Apples to Oranges here. The Forza should probably be compared to the Tiffin Allegro RED - which has essentially the same chassis and engine combo but many more floorplans.
Nice! Thanks. Lotsa $$'s however (at least for the 33-34 foot range).
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These are the coaches we looked at in the 34-38 foot size and within the same price point plus or minus 15-20k.

Allegro Red
Breeze 32br
Sportscoach 361bh
Thor Palazzo
Forza 34 and 38r
Forest River Berkshire and Legacy
Fleetwood Excursion

All have pluses and minuses, I don't think there is a such thing as a perfect coach.
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