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Old 04-24-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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Looking for Winnebago view have questions

We are down sizing from a Mountain Aire so have question about the Sprinter is this the form that would help????
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:58 PM   #2
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Hi Zoote;
We are going the other way... We just traded our Sprinter unit for a 40ft. HR Ambassador.
We owned a 2010 Itaska Navion (same as View). We had the 24J floorplan, back corner bed. We loved it, got excellent fuel mileage, it just got too small when we travelled with friends.
Let me know if I can answer any questions for you.
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We just down sized from a 2006 40' Tiffin Phaeton to a 2012 View 24M. Took our first trip in it last weekend. Just a weekend trip. We chose the 24M because it has a larger gally/living area and a dinette. Good choice for us.
I'll be glad to answer questions, too.
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We are down sizing from a Mountain Aire so have question about the Sprinter is this the form that would help????
We have a 2011 View 24K. If we can help, let us know
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What are the insurance rates on a View we were paying around $1000 dollars a year for our Mountain Aire?
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The rate on my 2012 View is $1096 with National Interstate. My agent is Poliseek.
That's for $250,000/$500,000,$100,000 with $2500 deductible. It includes full replacement cost and diminishing deductible.
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I think our insurance was around $900 to $1000 from Progressive for our Navion.
They are hitting us a lot harder (around $1800) for the HR Ambassador. We have very few choices though, not many companies will write a MH policy in Massachusetts.
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Have any of you licensed in Montana?
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Have any of you licensed in Montana?
No, we are still fulltiming, both of our units have been licensed in MA
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Mileage

What kind of Mileage can one expect from View or other unit like that.
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I've only refueled my new View twice. Average was 18 mpg.
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Same here. we usually avg. 17-18. No jack rabbit starts or step on the brake at the last moment. safe travels
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Those suckers get better mpg than my Tacoma!
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We have a 2008 View H floor plan that we have just listed for sale. We love it, we just wanted more room. Our problem was finding a towable with the same quality built into it like Winnebago has. Ours has the gas 3.5 L mercedes engine and we got 11 to 12 mpg avg.
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