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Old 12-15-2012, 06:29 PM   #1
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Question Question about 2007 Freelander 2230RK

Is this motorhome a good brand? 2007 Freelander 2230RK, only has 11440 miles on it. Price is 32,999 and this is from a RV dealer.

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Old 12-20-2012, 11:51 AM   #2
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The Freelander is pretty much an entry level coach. In our area they seem to be one of the choices used by the rental companies. That being said; my son had one for several years and was very happy with it. As far as I know the only real problem he encountered was that the springs all broke in the fold out couch. If you like it I would think you should start out at $26 to $28K.
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Old 12-20-2012, 01:07 PM   #3
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I'm going on to my fourth year with my Freelander. As some may say its entry level.
But it has everything that I want from a queen bed in the back, to ducted A/C, its own genny and one slide.
It also has Lino throughout because its an entry level. ( which is what DW wanted. )
I've had no major problems with it. It's easy to drive and maintain if you are handy with tools.
Best of luck in your choice.
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Old 12-20-2012, 03:51 PM   #4
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I hate that term "Entry level" what does that really mean? I think it means beneath me or it is a piece of ****. Compared to what? A class A, a DP. That RV will probably cost you less and be easier to maintain than most! In the long run, your wallet may thank you and that could add up to more travel, adventures and fun. I drive a Corolla, is that "Entry level"? Compared to what, a Jag, Mercedes. I can tell you over the last 200k miles only gas, oil, tires and brakes were bought for that car. The same analogy could be applied to that entry level class c.
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I hate that term "Entry level" what does that really mean? I think it means beneath me or it is a piece of ****.
No; it means that in an overall grouping of rv's it is in the lower price range and was built to appeal to people wanting to enter into the world of rv'ing. Usually these units are not built to withstand the rigors of full time living.
The OP asked for opinions on the coach, no attempt was made to degrade it.

The post had been up for 4 days and no one had even attempted to answer his question.

How would you have described it in the pecking order of class c coaches?
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Why not just say it is in a lower price range as compared to other class c's then?
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Why not just say it is in a lower price range as compared to other class c's then?
OK:

The Freelander is in a lower price range as compared to other class c's.

Personally I think that sounds worse but to each his own and I apologize if I offended anyone.
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From the pics, it looks very nice.
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