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Old 08-30-2015, 03:45 PM   #15
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Here is a good choice for you.

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Nice coach, but way too much black for me. Be a job to keep clean and very hot in sunny locations.

OP might want to check out American Coach, they have most items on the wish list as standard equipment: American Coach - Luxury RVs.
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Old 08-30-2015, 05:24 PM   #16
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Thor has upped their game in '16. I recommend at least looking at a new Tuscany. They are very nice.


One of these days we will upgrade our '13 to a newer one.
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I agree with Cat320-take a look at American Coach. They have some great floor plans and it's a VERY well made coach with fantastic customer service!
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Old 08-30-2015, 10:24 PM   #18
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Agaveguy -

We looked at a 2015 Tuscany XTE 40AX and really liked it. However, the ACs were noisy and no tag on it (40-footer). The Tuscany 40DX has a similar floor plan but with WhisperQuiet AC. Have you had any issues with your XTE? I like that they include a lot of stuff in the base price, so all you have to pick is colors and fabrics (for the most part).
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First and foremost is to find the floor plan that both of you like. The power train is going to be very similar between all of the comparably priced coaches, Cummins engine and Allison transmission. If your budget is in the $325,000 to $450,00 (net cost after discounts) The Newmar and Entegra models will provide the quietest and most comfortable living experience. If your budget fits and you find the floor plan you like in either of these brands, don't look any further. I don't have either one, but if I had to replace what we have now, it would be either the DutchStar and Mountain Aire, or the Anthem and Cornerstone. I haven't seen any other brand in their price range built as well as they are.
That amount would also get a nice used Country Coach like ours. However, if I were ordering new I'd be looking at an Essex or London Aire since you can do a lot more custom items with a Newmar.
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First and foremost is to find the floor plan that both of you like. The power train is going to be very similar between all of the comparably priced coaches, Cummins engine and Allison transmission. If your budget is in the $325,000 to $450,00 (net cost after discounts) The Newmar and Entegra models will provide the quietest and most comfortable living experience. If your budget fits and you find the floor plan you like in either of these brands, don't look any further. I don't have either one, but if I had to replace what we have now, it would be either the DutchStar and Mountain Aire, or the Anthem and Cornerstone. I haven't seen any other brand in their price range built as well as they are.
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