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Old 07-14-2015, 11:40 PM   #29
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Of course Bill has hit the nail squarely on the head. That is the point I have reached. Thank God for the internet to make all the research and reaffirming possible.
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Old 07-22-2015, 01:15 PM   #30
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I'll throw in my biased two bits, as Thor sometimes doesn't get good reviews. I compared a lot of units, and realized I couldn't afford a Coach House or that league, but wanted a good quality (not high end), low miles and diesel for towing/mountains (and I like the sound. The fit and finish is actually upper mid-end I would say, compared to say a Winnibago build. Instead of the cab bunk I wanted an entertainment unit for storage and better visibility. Its all fibreglass at the front cap and has a nicely molded full rear glass cap as well - including a window that I can see out of in my rear-view. Other nice touches are the fender flares with running boards and how they rounded the front edges of the 'house' rather than just build a box. The other criteria was an always-made-up queen bed. With 2 slides, there is ample room and the floor plan is pretty similar to the newest Coach House, except my vanity is 'across the hall' from the John, which I like. For just over 40 G's, in my estimation, I have a nice package for a reasonable price (albeit a gasser would have been cheaper). Odd thing is though, this seems to be a rare bird.
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Old 07-23-2015, 08:46 AM   #31
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I'm surprised you found a diesel. All the ones I looked at were gas.
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Like I said, not very common. I think most folks want their diesel in the rear as in the big 'A's, and in C class don't want to pay the extra. They have their pros and cons, but I'm happy with mine so far. The Sprinter class of Mercedes diesels seem pretty slick, but for the floor plan I wanted it was more than double the money for a used unit.
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Old 07-24-2015, 08:43 AM   #33
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Not to mention tiny size.
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