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Old 02-17-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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Tiffin allego breeze 28 foot mileage

Can I get some feedback about this unit as I seem to be looking more and more at this unit as the best for us!


Mileage?

Driving comfort?

Ease of moving around in most urban settings?

Other comments both positive and negative?


Thanks in advance,


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Cliff I can say this. When I test drove the 28 FT Breeze. I thought the wheel base was too short. I ended up buying the 32 FT Tiffin Breeze. I just came back from a trip doing about 500 miles. I got about 9.5. Running the genny about 5 hours. She has still less than 7000 miles on her after 14 months of ownership. This was the longest trip in a year. Handling to me was better and I had no issues. I had hoped for better mileage, but she's still not broke in.

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Old 02-17-2013, 05:31 PM   #3
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Appreciated

This is the kind of info I was hoping for.We are planning a few years - say 4 or 5 - of perhaps as much as 16 to 20 thousand miles a year doing some long distance touring across North America.


Do you find that there are roads and parking and the like in everyday places as you travel?


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