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Old 07-06-2016, 02:40 PM   #15
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In regards the Entegra cornerstone 2016 and 2017 what's the actually deffirent also they fixed the problem which mentioned before by some of the users

Also if the Entegra brought by Thor is this will be a benifit to the user's for such as cost effect for the new and old models or it will increase

As the luxury models provide by Thor like Tuscany for the models 2016 2017
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Old 07-06-2016, 02:45 PM   #16
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In regards Entegra Athem 2016 some of the owners post advantage and disadvantages

The Good

Huge wrap-round windscreen
Front & rear end-caps – eye-catching design
Keyless entry system
Bay-locker central locking
Electric blinds
Electric fireplace
Integral LED awning lighting
Under slide-out lighting
Excellent exterior paintwork (98%)
Rear en suite bathroom
Tempurpedic mattress
Excellent floorpan (44B)
Electric flushing toilets
Dishwasher
Underfloor heating
4K TV and sound-bar
LED lighting throughout
Pull-out racks in kitchen cupboards
Pull-out kitchen extension
Central vac point in bay-locker
Basement slide-out tray
Air-line points
Auto-seal front door mechanism
Air-controlled retainer for internal sliding bathroom door
Fantastic after-sales service (probably best in the industry)

The Bad

Dimmable countertop LED lighting (updated)
Incorrectly specified Bose AV System
Badly positioned smoke detector
Poor ventilation in living area
Very uncomfortable sofa (updated)
GPS system
Orange peeling on all edges of exterior paintwork
Dashboard fan
No GSM/WiFi antena
No auto-stow satellite
Small size double bed in sofa-bed
The bed is very heavy to lift up
Certain lights not dimmable
Only 2-ring hob and cannot use both rings on full power at the same time
Maccerator fixings
Slide-out remote receiver positioned in the wrong place

Wish List

Bulky and heavy footstool very difficult to move
Driver and passenger seat heaters
No roof ladder provided
No GSM/WiFi anten
No auto-stow satellite (updated)
No internal break retainer on bedroom door
No tire pressure monitoring
No pressurised water system
Central locking from bed
Only 2-ring hob and cannot use both rings on full power at the same time
Rear accent lights unsealed allowing dirt to become trapped


The Ugly

Exposed electric and water pipes when slide-outs are in
View of the unfinished underside of the kitchen wall units when sitting on sofa

Is this true or just because he is Entegra owner

I hope I could found a good answer from the ladies and gentlemen
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Old 07-06-2016, 02:54 PM   #17
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Dear Gentlemen

I would like to buy a new motorhome class A and to let you know this is my first motorhome in my life as far am not an expert i need you gentlemen to help me in order to decide what is the actual brand with zero maintenance with no problem at all

To give you an idea am leaving in middle east area and the RV market is zero we don't have any company here in this area weather for sale or after sale also the maintenance as well

Am traveling between GCC countries which the weather in the summer in between 52 C - 60 C degree

I prefer class A and the luxury as well

1) The AC in the couch should be perfect for this weather
2) The solar system as well prefer to be installed
3) Four side slide will be perfect
4) Monitoring systems as well
5) entertainment and satellite

As you gentlemen as an expert users for many motorhome brands so please support me with this issue in order to decide

I will be in USA within the next three month

What is your budget? You should only look at coaches which have three (3) air conditioner units for this type of heat.

You may want to look at Newell at the following link.
http://newellcoach.com
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Old 07-06-2016, 02:59 PM   #18
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Appreciate your kind reply. However depending on the price and future the Entegra came with lower prices and more future than Newwellcoach

This as per the review between the both coach
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Old 07-06-2016, 03:19 PM   #19
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Not sure what your budget is, but perhaps looking at Prevost or Newell.
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Old 07-06-2016, 03:36 PM   #20
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If you are serious, you will need a serious budget. No standard coach will please you in 50-60 degree Celsius temperature.
If it were me, I would first find out the maximum speca allowed by the countries in which you plan to operate (length, width, height, weight) and then contact Newell and see what they can build. If Mercedes operates buses in these countries, contact them about possible coach conversions.
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Old 07-06-2016, 03:39 PM   #21
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Dear Gentlemen

I would like to buy a new motorhome class A and to let you know this is my first motorhome in my life as far am not an expert i need you gentlemen to help me in order to decide what is the actual brand with zero maintenance with no problem at all

To give you an idea am leaving in middle east area and the RV market is zero we don't have any company here in this area weather for sale or after sale also the maintenance as well

Am traveling between GCC countries which the weather in the summer in between 52 C - 60 C degree

I prefer class A and the luxury as well

lol

1) The AC in the couch should be perfect for this weather
2) The solar system as well prefer to be installed
3) Four side slide will be perfect
4) Monitoring systems as well
5) entertainment and satellite

As you gentlemen as an expert users for many motorhome brands so please support me with this issue in order to decide

I will be in USA within the next three month
lol are you a prince from the sudan that keeps e-mailing
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Old 07-06-2016, 05:40 PM   #22
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lol are you a prince from the sudan that keeps e-mailing
No I am not a prince I am normal man
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Old 07-06-2016, 05:41 PM   #23
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If you are serious, you will need a serious budget. No standard coach will please you in 50-60 degree Celsius temperature.
If it were me, I would first find out the maximum speca allowed by the countries in which you plan to operate (length, width, height, weight) and then contact Newell and see what they can build. If Mercedes operates buses in these countries, contact them about possible coach conversions.
Good luck!
Dear many thanks for your kind support I will provide the information required and I will contact them to see if they could support me with my requirements
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Old 07-06-2016, 10:57 PM   #24
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I'd hate to be in any coach where the outside temperature is 140 degrees F.....
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Sure but this is the temperature we can't do anything
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Old 07-07-2016, 06:50 AM   #26
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None of these coaches are either sealed or insulated as well as homes, and I'd have to speculate that none of them have been engineered with enough A/C capacity to handle that much heat.

Heck for that matter, my house A/C capacity was never engineered for that much heat and wouldn't be able to handle it either. However for the house with plenty of 240v power and condensor/evaporator space, I could always add additional cooling by doubling or tripling the BTU capacity.

As long as your expectations aren't that you'd have 80 degree inside temps......

And as a side note......you're going to have one heck of a shipping bill.
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I've read the best you can expect is the temp will be 20 degrees cooler inside the coach with a/c vs outside. I'd seriously check into that.
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Old 07-07-2016, 08:56 PM   #28
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After long search i found the best choice is entegra 2017 models

If any of the ladies or gentlemen could support to provide me a feedback if it's a correct choice
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