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Old 07-15-2014, 08:47 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Kimberli View Post
Thank you all for the welcome greetings and advice. I had been looking for about a month at used class B, mostly RT and PW. This week I drove a Travato too.I want to travel, camp in state and national parks (an occasional private campground), visit museums or other places in the city when opportunity arises, etc. that is why class B. It is just my size (I'm 5'1" and drive a MINI), easy to park! The Travato dealer gave me a price that made me want to jump in! I think he wanted to clear the lot for the 2015s. It was hard to walk away...really hard. But I kept thinking that as a new model, it is unproven in resale value. Winnebago is well known, but not this model. For someone on a tight budget it did tic most of my boxes. Then.... I got a call from another dealer where I had looked at a PW earlier in my search. He had one in on a trade that I could not resist! So I am the proud owner of a 2010 PW Excel ts2! I pick it up Tuesday and head out on the road Thursday! So excited!
Great choice and good luck with it! The Pleasureway IMO are just such great quality and comfort. Nicer than the Travato which to me need some more upgrading, their seats are hard, and they have an industrial feel.

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Old 11-02-2014, 06:42 PM   #16
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Better late than never!

A belated thanks to all the posts! I am still trying to figure out this site.... digging for info here is fun and very helpful! I forgot my password and well..... winter is setting in here and I have lots of time to spend researching!
Love my Pleasure Way, 1st trip Milwaukee to Glacier National Park. Big old check mark on that bucket list item! Woot woot!

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