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Old 10-11-2013, 06:17 AM   #1
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Winnebago Forza 34T - First impressions?

Winnebago began shipping the Forza 34T (Itasca Solei) to dealers early in September (2013). Just wondering if anyone has purchased one yet and what are your first impressions. I realize that the engine will not be broken in but would love to know mpg for this coach.
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The roll out table is what stopped us (felt like a butler) from investigating further.

Driver seats not that nice.

I expect 10 mpg with that engine
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We just walked around in one yesterday at a huge RV show. Both Thom and I were not impressed at all.
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Looked at their web site. 5000 lb towing is a killer for me. Need 10,000 lbs. Only one window in the bedroom would impact air circulation. Residential refrigerator is a killer. We don't plug in very often. There are some positives. Like the mid door entry. Like the couch facing the TV. Guess we will have our Alpine for a while more.
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