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Old 07-06-2016, 04:04 AM   #1
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My first Motorhome in my life

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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
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Zero maintenance and no problem doesn't exist.
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Old 07-06-2016, 06:21 AM   #3
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Zero maintenance and No problems.......I suggest the Hilton.
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Old 07-06-2016, 06:27 AM   #4
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Forget about it! The perfect motorhome hasn't been designed or built yet!
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Old 07-06-2016, 06:35 AM   #5
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What you seek I don't believe exists at any price point.

This is not like buying a car, where we have come to expect zero problems from day 1, and with simple annual oil changes can last years.

Class A's are all complex devices, requiring a considerable amount of maintenance from knowledgeable people who work on them on a regular basis. The most reliable service typically means driving it back to the plant of manufacturer, where there are skilled individuals who know exactly how it was built and how to fix each area of the RV, with access to an onsite spare parts system.

You undoubtedly would end up stuck some where, sitting for months trying to get parts shipped in, and trying to find people who can come and work on it.
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Zero maintenance is achievable, if you have the money, there will still be maintenance but you can pay others to do it for you.

Whether it's a 30 year old coach or a brand new Prevost, they all need oil changes, filters, lube, tires, wash, wax, polish, clean, etc..

All brands have problems, read through the forums there is not a brand out there that doesn't have issues. Although, I rarely see the Prevost or Newell guys complaining. I suspect they do they just don't do it front of others.
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Many thanks for kind support. However the zero maintanance mean as said in earlier post such as changing oil filters .....etc. as not a major problem in the engine also in regards the coach it self such as the slide ....etc is there is any problems in the models 2016 2017 this is what am asking for

In regards the maintanance for the engine as far this is a bus as we already used in the middle east market like Mercedes or volvo ...etc. so we have the knowledge with the maintanance for this kind of bus

Please let me know if this motorhome class A is similar to the Mercedes bus which used for the trip between the countries

Please guide me to choose the best motorhome

I like entegra the models 2016 2017 as it's luxury and everything is electric so if there is any of the owner user of this couch could provide me more information about the major problem they found

Appreciate again your kind support
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as others have stated, you need to do as much researching the forums as you can, you are the only one who can decided what is no maintenance or trouble free. since you are abroad, you cant compare US vehicles or RV's or trucks to what you are use too.... BIG difference..

but wait you can have what you want, it is all about the Dollar...

for 2.5 million and up

by the way, 95% of us on this forum cant afford those....

the Entegra models,, I have a friend with an Aspire with 10k miles and has a ton of issues.....
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Appreciate your support

In regards the motorhome with USD 2.5 million is so far from my budget

Just a quick question what's the best motorhome sale brands in 2016 2017
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Hilton which model
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Hilton which model
Hilton was humor, it's a hotel chain. Meaning no maintenance
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