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Old 11-02-2019, 04:17 PM   #1
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Newbie here Lance 1475 vs Winnebago Micro Minnie

Hi all, this will be my first purchase. I am looking to buy a used TT. Today I looked at a 2017 Lance 1475. Overall I liked it, like the idea of CC. I am also interested in the macro minnie 1706FB, I have not found one locally yet to compare. anyone who owns either one of these I would love to hear your input.
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Old 11-02-2019, 06:16 PM   #2
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Hey ctina Check out "traveling Robert" youtube channel. He owns a micro minnie that I believe is a 1706FB model. He's posted many great videos of his travels in "Minitini," including several about the camper itself. Should provide you with lots of good information on that model.
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Old 11-02-2019, 09:41 PM   #3
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If you're going to do any cold weather camping or traveling, the heated tanks on the Lance are a plus, and if it has the all weather package, it would be the better choice. Winnebago makes a good trailer and I had a 2013 Minnie 2201DS which we liked but decided to upgrade to our Bay Star. If I were making the choice, I'd be going with the one with the best insulation and ducted heat/AC. For a small trailer, I like the floorplan of the Lance...nice rig for a solo traveler.

Just looked at the specs for the micro Minnie and didn't see any options for heated tanks or all weather package. So...I'd go with the Lance as it will be better in the cold, and more efficient to cool in the summer heat. Just my opinion!
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Old 11-03-2019, 12:06 AM   #4
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Thanks Rosebud1218 from your neighbor in RI, will look it up on YouTube.

Thanks scbwr, I did like the floor plan, like the fact I could even take out one CC. I will be traveling with 3 dogs which would allow a little more room. I’m hoping to escape the cold weather, heat not high on list but probably air condition.

There is just so much to consider when buying one. Sorry I could not respond to both of you in a separate post not sure if I can or know how just yet. I just joined the forum today.
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For long time performance, quality, resell
Value.

Lance.

Both have some quality issues.

But Lance has more quality and some nice long term qualities.
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Old 11-03-2019, 05:54 AM   #6
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I would steer you to a Escape or Casita. They don’t leak, they’re light and low rate of depreciation.

Check them out on YouTube. Find one on the Escapeforum.org
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Agree with check out 'Traveling Robert' on YouTube. I have both brochures. I see the little Winnebago has a GVWR of 7,000lbs and the little Lance has a GVWR of 3,700lbs.

What is your tow vehicle? I have a friend that has a little Winnebago and a Toyota Tacoma. He says that is as heavy as he would want to tow.

The Lance is good quality and easier to tow. The Winnebago is good quality and not as easy to tow.
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