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Old 07-16-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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Coachmen Concord

Recently sold my class A and am looking for a smaller unit. Am really interested in the Coachmen Concord 300TS. Anyone out there have any pros or cons on Coachmen and the Concord? Thanks

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Old 07-18-2012, 06:21 AM   #2
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Concord 300TS was our first choice when we were planning on purchasing a Class C. We rented a Class C before we made the purchase to try out floor plans/options etc. Upon our return we decided against the Concord for 3 reasons. Due to the 3 slides you have very little basement storage compared to other similar Class C models. We needed a full queen bed in the over head cab for overnight guests and we did not like the kitchen layout with stove right next to the couch and only one person can function in the L shaped kitchen at a time. We opted for a model with a long kitchen counter similar to that found in most Class A. People can stand at the sink, stove, counter top work area, refrig without bumping into other people. Since you are coming from a Class A to a Class C you will be sacrificing basement storage so make sure whatever you pick works for you. I am 6'1" and on some Class C with driver side slides would prevent me from putting the driver seat back all the way for me to drive comfortable when the slide was retracted. Good Luck! Have fun shopping.
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