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Old 02-09-2019, 06:44 PM   #1
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American Dream in cold weather

L'm considering purchase of a 2019 American Dream. I need a comfortable warm coach that can withstand Colorado Sky area temperatures without freeze up. Does anyone have first hand experience in below zero temps the Dream, Revolution, or the Eagle?
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L'm considering purchase of a 2019 American Dream. I need a comfortable warm coach that can withstand Colorado Sky area temperatures without freeze up. Does anyone have first hand experience in below zero temps the Dream, Revolution, or the Eagle?

I have a "classic" 1997 American Eagle and full time in Central Oregon where it is in the single digits to negative temps at night and than below freezing for days on end during daylight hours and I have no problem keeping warm ... I would think a new American Dream would be allot more efficient and better than my classic at staying warm and toasty.

(Fyi, my coach does not have skirting ... previous 2000 38" Holiday Rambler Endeavor was not nearly as comfortable in cold weather as my Eagle and I had it fully skirted.



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All American Coaches are very well insulated. With an Aqua Hot and heated floors, you'll be fine. We use a couple of electric heaters to make it even more comfortable...especially when the CG is not charging extra for electricity.
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