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Old 08-05-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:55 PM   #2
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I have been looking closely at this ingenious class B, the video is pretty complete... that said, I wondered how long it would take the B manufacturers to put a slide on a Sprinter.
All in all, I could live in it / with it, but with the 4 dogs, and the wife... not so much. imagine 2 rainy days in a row inside... not sure about that.
I like the use of space but they get that space by using the slide as all 3 living areas, eat, sleep and lounge. A lot of re-configuring every day. That's the trade off I guess for 20 MPG.
Lastly on the new diesels, you have to keep in mind two things, the urea additive for the new Bluetec engines, and no Mexico trips, you HAVE to feed them ULSD or Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel.

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Yes that B with the slide and storage at the rear as shown in the video is cool plus the great sliding screen door. Have not seen a "B" with that feature factory built-in before although I understand some expensive after market screen products are available.

Will see it at the Hershey PA Rv show in September.
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