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Old 06-12-2011, 11:17 AM   #1
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2011 Chevrolet Class C Motor Home

I picked up this 1 page brochure last December at the 2011 RVIA Exposition and I wanted to get this type of information posted for you guys. Been busy ...

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Thanks ! I just bought a new Ford. Ford still has more torque, and the cab is better looking with the massive chrome grill.
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Been A chevy man all my life. Since the gov't got involved, Ive changed over. My class C is ford powered (460) and I love it.
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It also says the ford's trans is a 4 speed when it is really a 5, some say 6!
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If you guys ever have the opportunity, have your right seat passenger sit in the Chevrolet Class C (right seat) and ask the person what they thought about the foot well. You will be amazed at the responses you will get.
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If you guys ever have the opportunity, have your right seat passenger sit in the Chevrolet Class C (right seat) and ask the person what they thought about the foot well. You will be amazed at the responses you will get.
That was a draw back from buying a used Ford class C. The passenger foot room. The New 2010 & 2011 have more foot room. The seat is back and the doghouse is smaller. Still not great but better. I just like the V-10 and the tow haul trans.
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I prefer Chevy but I can learn to like a Ford I guess being that that is what our newRV is based on, I hear good things about the newer V10 engines.
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I know I have mentioned this before, I had an 08, 2500 HD Silverado with the 6.0 engine, it was rated at 353 HP, and I think also a higher torque rateing than is in this Class C chassis, I wonder why?
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I know I have mentioned this before, I had an 08, 2500 HD Silverado with the 6.0 engine, it was rated at 353 HP, and I think also a higher torque rateing than is in this Class C chassis, I wonder why?
This does not suprise me although one might think that the GM V-8 doesn't change size very much. Ford does the same thing in their Class C, the 30 valve is not available and its de-rated.
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