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Old 07-26-2013, 08:35 AM   #1
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The new 2014 models are coming out

So, the new 2014's are coming out and I would like to know what people think of them. Either still shopping or purchased. Let's get some feedback on price, size, floorplan etc.etc.

I have done alot of internet searching and also in person to many So. Cal. Dealerships. In doing so, I (we) have have purchased a 2014 H R Vacationer SE 32wbd. We have found that for the price, floorplan and the time available for us to use, this was the best model we found.
We are part-timers and moving up from 32' C. Although the Vacationer is a entry level A, yhe jump is enourmous. There is only a couple feet difference but the usable space is no comparision.

Our price range was about 80k and although some changes have been made between the 13's and 14's the drop in MSRP was huge. About 35k difference, allowing us and I am sure many others in our situation to be able to get into a Class A. In comparision the changes were minimal as apposed to price. We now have a great looking, running and usable coach for many years to come.

The exterior with the full body paint and unbelievable storage space is awesome. There is a one box in back under the bedroom slide so big, I think I could rent it out to a family of 5. although the outside entertainment center does not include a tv, there are connctions for one in a center box. (On the bucket list). 13's do offer the option.

The inside has the same features as the 13's but I think a few things like the kitchen faucet are a step lower. The drivers cockpit is a little more generic but nothing that would push me to have to have for the price difference. All and all the performance, fit and finish and price have made us happy with our choice. Good safe travels to all.

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Old 07-26-2013, 08:45 AM   #2
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Congrats folks, now get out and enjoy that new MH. We feel Entegra is the manufacture to watch. They are making a great MH, at a great price, with a two year warranty. I think we are going to see there sales soar.

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Old 07-27-2013, 08:07 AM   #3
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:31 PM   #4
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We toured the Entegra Factory in Middlebury and was impressed. I was not impressed with some of the problems that they are encountering with the hot water system in the Aspire and not excited about the Fridge placement next to the couch so that you had to lean forward to actually see the TV. We then toured the Tiffin factory and was extremely excited at all of the upgrades made to the Phaeton and ordered a 2014 40 QBH Phaeton. Should be deliveed next week.
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