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Old 03-28-2015, 09:19 PM   #1
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Friends are looking at this coach, any input would be appreciated.
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Old 03-28-2015, 10:06 PM   #2
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Nice coach. Tried to buy one but the dealer was unable to put together the right deal with the extras we wanted like Bigfoot levlers, on demand hot water and in motion satelite. We had a buy price without those items of 67,200. . But that was the Winnie. We moved on and bought Jayco Greyhawk. Better MH, better Class A like features, drove better and almost same money for bigger vehicle. IMHO. Winne rather make and sell class A vehicles. The brought this mini winnie line back but have not excelled in design and features. Go drive the Jayco and I'll bet you will like it.


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Old 03-29-2015, 10:05 PM   #3
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I have a 2012.

1. Long wheel base for its size. Nicer to drive.
2. E45O chassis which is nice for the smaller size coach.
3. Fiberglass roof and dual pane windows nice.
4. Full gel coat smooth fiberglass exterior.

The coach drives very nice with not many raddles.


Overall a very nice smaller MH that drives nice and has plenty of storage.

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You'll likely not run into any weight considerations either w/ that Winnie vs. the Jayco. Greyhawks are heavy vehicles, period. That 27QP Winnie even w/ the premier package on it would probably ring up with 4000+ pounds of OCCC. Which is nice.

Jayco wins on inside build quality/components though. Easily a more comfortable coach. That comfort comes with a weight consideration however.
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Also if they do buy it, require the dealer to have it taken to a truck shop capable of doing a alignment. Winnie will pay for it. I know from experience. There is a 14 at a Buffalo dealer -- it's the one we refused delivery on. Nothing wrong with it - it was about the upgrades in the deal. I know it can be had for great price. It's been on the lot for a year.
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The Itasca 26q is a short motorhome with a walk around bed in the rear. For its size plenty of room. I sold my last Class A motorhome because it did not drive nice and it had rattles everywhere. This one drives much more like a car and does not wonder all over the road because of a long wheel base and not a huge overhang in the rear. I do miss the a full coach but then I would have to go longer.
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