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Old 09-24-2014, 07:54 PM   #1
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Renegade Villagio

We are really looking at a 2014 Renegade Villago Mercedes Diesel. Anyone have any experiences? We will be downsizing from a 35ft Fleetwood Bounded. Any thoughts will be appreciated.

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I don't think this is what they specialize in, and although I did not like any of the floorplans you might find them very good for you, it's personal. When you go to sell it, ( and you will ) a Winnebago product will do a whole lot better for you..

The Mercedes chassis is great, you can't go wrong there. Make sure your bed is comfortable.. Believe it or not, my wife and I love the comfort of the air bed in the 24 M in our Navion but we do put a foam topper on it too.

There is high demand for Mercedes right now. Make sure you can trust the people selling it to you, - get a fair price. I got a great deal on mine, once I found the right salesmen - you don't have to buy local, it was worth it to fly to get mine.
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