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Old 03-30-2008, 04:09 AM   #1
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My wife and I are ready to but our first toy hauler. We really like the New Vision Sportster 40P. One of the main reasons is the separate bathroom. Interior fit and finish seems real nice. Anyone have any experience with these for any issues good or bad. Looking for anything befor we jump in

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My wife and I are ready to but our first toy hauler. We really like the New Vision Sportster 40P. One of the main reasons is the separate bathroom. Interior fit and finish seems real nice. Anyone have any experience with these for any issues good or bad. Looking for anything befor we jump in

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Old 03-31-2008, 03:13 PM   #3
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Don't worry about KZ. This is our second KZ product. They are an excellent company and have a great product and very good customer service.
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I also think KZ's seem pretty well constructed. I also like the seperate bathroom.

The built in keg-o-rator on their new one is kind of a cute feature, too.

If this is your first RV, it might not be a bad idea to start out used, unless money is not an object.
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Thanks guys, money is always an issue which is why we are buying in the US versus Canada. Our local dealer has a list of $71,000 for the 40p. He will drop no more than 10 off of that price. I have found the exact model in the states with the Aspen interior which my wife prefers for low 40's. That is an incredible price and worth the drive. My local dealer laughed and said no way could he sell that cheap, warned me about warranty and service issues when buying south of the border. Quite frankly I told him that an extra 20k is worth the drive to bring it back for warranty issues, and he as a dealer should get a new sales pitch because when I first looked at them he was saying how reliable they were with no issues. So what has changed now?

We are trading up from a 30' Damon Escaper 5th wheel. We really love our Damon but would like to be able to bring our bike along. I figure in the toybox we can easily put our bike and a yet to be purchased inflatable boat. This saves the worry of putting another trailer behind our existing trailer. Which is allowed here but not in alot of places we like to visit.


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Good luck with your new KZ! By the way, I see you are kind of new here, welcome!
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Thanks, I have been reading and learning for awhile now. Glad to be aboard.Hopefully my next post will be in "show off your new rig" forum

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