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Old 10-05-2014, 05:12 PM   #1
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Manufacturers that offer all electric coaches??

Besides Newmar, who else offers all electric coaches please?

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Old 10-05-2014, 05:26 PM   #2
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Phaeton's are standard all electric, as are the busses I believe.
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Tiffin Phaeton, Bus and Zephyr.
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Entegra Anthem and Cornerstone can also be ordered all electric
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Old 10-05-2014, 05:50 PM   #5
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Even though we have a residential fridge and use diesel fuel to fire our hydronic heating system, we still like having our residential quality propane cooktop when we have big things to heat, like boiling pots of water for spaghetti or lobsters. Most of the time we cook on an induction burner, but a large gas flame can't be beat when you really need the power. I'm glad we still have propane available even though >90% of the time we don't need it.
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We have a Winnebago Tour all electric. Propane grill does most of the cooking.
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Thanks all.

I have an induction cooktop in my sticks and bricks and LOVE it. The option of having one on the road is one that has made Newmar tops on the list. We are however curious about who else offers electric in case we can't find what we want in Newmar.

Don't want propane now that I know I don't have to have it.
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Thanks all.

I have an induction cooktop in my sticks and bricks and LOVE it. The option of having one on the road is one that has made Newmar tops on the list. We are however curious about who else offers electric in case we can't find what we want in Newmar.

Don't want propane now that I know I don't have to have it.
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Country Coach has a number of all-electric coaches, as does Monaco, Foretravel, Newell.
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Winnebago offers all electric with induction cooktop as an option.
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Thor Tuscany too (like mine).

I imagine just about every DP manufacturer has an all-electric option by now.
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Entegra is our choice. Many nice ones out there from many manufacturers. True Newmar will build it your way.. For a price.. A steep price. I can do that too.. for far less. Modifying my way appeals to me. Typically all electric coaches become available at the mid range point in the manufacturers line.


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It took me 2 1/2 years to get Bob Tiffin to build my 43' Bus with gas heat, gas hot water, and gas range and oven. We boondock extensively and this configuration works for us. The coach is everything we hoped it would be, but everyone has their own needs and requirements. Enjoy.
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