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Old 08-26-2016, 08:49 PM   #1
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Looking for a reliable Class C Review site

Is there a consumer review site that rates Class C motor homes? I have not been able to locate anything other than manufacture sites. I did find rvguide.com, however there really isn't any informative data contained on this site that I could locate. I really like the Minnie Winnie 27Q, however I would really like to hear what owners have to say!
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Are you buying new or used?

In the used market the market takes care of resale value to some extent. Most if not all Class C's are on the Ford chassis. Some have steering problems.

Most of the stuff in the MH are pretty common.

Are you more after class C or gasser?

Some gasser class A's have the drop down bed up front. Like the Georgetown XL
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Are you buying new or used?

In the used market the market takes care of resale value to some extent. Most if not all Class C's are on the Ford chassis. Some have steering problems.

Most of the stuff in the MH are pretty common.

Are you more after class C or gasser?

Some gasser class A's have the drop down bed up front. Like the Georgetown XL
We are looking for a 2014 - New. I like the fit and finish of the minnie Winnie. Any other suggestions for a good quality MH?
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The Jayco Seneca is still 140k for a 2013...... I bet they're really nice!
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Old 08-27-2016, 07:21 PM   #5
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Yes, the Jayco Seneca is nice! I used to have a 2006, bought it in 2007. Of course there is Dynamax - some models are more than some Class A models.
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https://www.rv.org

I used this when I initially entered the market in 2012 for a different RV. It is spendy, not sure if you'd find it helpful. Some of their info is good, some too vague to be useful. I learned that safety was very important, I went with a brand with a low profile for safety reasons. It handles well and is less likely to roll. Also use the owner forums which teach you a lot.
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