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Old 06-06-2015, 08:59 PM   #1
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What is this motorhome?

While in Jackson, WY the DW and I saw this motorhome driving through town. Can anyone tell us the make/model... It looks very interesting
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Old 06-06-2015, 09:09 PM   #2
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Looks like some of the European brands.
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I don't know , but I think it looks pretty sleek. Thanks for posting!
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I never could understand why they didn't expand and continue with that design. It was only produced a short time ...01 and 02?

Here's an iRV2 discussion back in 2007:

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I never could understand why they didn't expand and continue with that design. It was only produced a short time ...01 and 02?

Here's an iRV2 discussion back in 2007:

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No sliders and as far as I could tell no way to fit on with that design. Both the driver and passenger have standard truck doors as well as a side door. No LPG? A bathtub? and talk bout cramped.

It's a sleek looking design, but not very practical IMHO. The cost to own one was insane.
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No sliders and as far as I could tell no way to fit on with that design. Both the driver and passenger enter through standard truck doors. My rig has a drivers side truck door and a side entry as well.That and a large dining room/ living room slider.

It's a sleek looking design, but not very practical IMHO.
Very true. However, I still think that many would welcome such a compact design. I think a lot of folks like that concept ...it's almost like a huge Class B but in a diesel pusher format. Good fuel mileage in a compact design and pusher configuration would seem to me to appeal to a lot of folks.

It's not for the traditional Class A clientele but more for those who do not necessarily want to live full time in a large pusher with slides.
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Regarding a compact design Diesel Pusher, what do you all think of the Tiffin Breeze? I camped next to one last week. They are very small.
It was a 28 foot. Actual 29.
They are currently manufactured.
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