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Old 02-20-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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2003 R-Vision 211 - Any issues?

I'm looking to buy a 'spare' motorhome for my sons to use on some of their weekend camping trips and one cross country trip this summer. A have a 40-foot DP but the boys seemed too intimidated to drive that one!

I found a 2003 R-Vision 211 B+ with only 15k miles. Pics on the web show it is a pristine unit.

Any issues to look out for? I understand it is an orphan coach but can handle most of the component fix-it's myself.

Thanks!
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Tom, a B+ is a class C. There is no such animal as a B+. It's a marketing term..
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Class C's have a bed overhead and B+'s don't . That's what makes them different from each other.
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Class C's have a bed overhead and B+'s don't . That's what makes them different from each other.
Again, there is no such animal as a B+. It's a marketing term only. They are either C's or B's
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Again, when you search around there appears a category for them and they are listed separate from Class B's. I guess you can say they are all Motorhomes and all the different classes are nothing more than names for Marketing. But that's not the case.
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