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Old 03-09-2014, 08:34 AM   #1
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Which is the best class a for as quality and price?

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Old 03-09-2014, 08:38 AM   #2
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Which is the best class a for as quality and price?

What's your budget?

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Old 03-09-2014, 08:40 AM   #3
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Which is the best class a for as quality and price?
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The one you can afford!
X2 Glad to see "afford" opposed to what you can "buy". Many people confuse the issue. Usually there's a BIG difference.
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Hi and welcome to the forum.

You'll have to be more specific about your needs and budget to get any sort of useful answer.

Many might argue that at $1.5 million, a Marathon or Newell is the best value on the market while others will argue that a 32' Winnebago gasser is the best value. Depending on the requirements, they could both very well be right.

How much do you want to spend and how will you be using this coach?

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I've had four Class A coaches, made by four different manufacturers, all of them were "the best" coach and represented the "best value" for the use it was purchased for. That's my answer and I'm sticking by it.
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The best class A is the one that fits your needs and budget. No bigger, no smaller. You don't need to buy a rig to impress others. That is where we often go wrong. Be aware of what you need as opposed to what you want, they are two entirely different things. Pick the rig that you like and don't worry about others opinions.
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The one with no payments and maintenance costs well within you budget .
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A broad question but look for used Holiday Ramblers or Fleetwoods as affordable choices. Think of how much money youll save cooking your own meals and sleeping in your own bed! Ah the good life!

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