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Old 04-14-2020, 12:08 AM   #1
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New Product - Cross Trek Class C

Anyone check out the new Cross Trek Class C RV Product Line by Coachman?

They're offering some very interesting innovations.

- No Generators, all House Battery with some solar recharging capability

- HUGE Cavernous Exterior Storage Bay (up to 130 CF)
With built in tie downs, hooks, shelving and nets
Spacious enough to store Bikes inside.

- Removable inside TV with quick hook-up for outside viewing

- Wi-Fi Ranger for greater internet connectivity

- Also, 3-way Refrigerator is standard I believe

Coachman's customary XL Propane and Fresh Water capacity too.

Models available on Ford 350, Ford Transit or Chevy chassis.

If they only offered a Fiberglass Roof I'd be very tempted, but they still only offer
the TPO which I'm not a fan of. Just watching the Coachman Video for TPO maintenance
is enough to turn me off.

Overall, an exciting product line that 'Active' RVers that like to tote a lot of Outdoor Gear,
will likely enjoy.

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Old 04-15-2020, 09:00 AM   #2
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Transit and E-350 chassis will likely have an overloaded rear axle if you load up that large rear cargo area. Maybe OK for weekend warriors, but I would go for the Leprichan on an E-450. TPO roof does not bother me. The fiberglass roofs have blown off a number of Winnebago products including our previous Itasca. All roofs need to be inspected and maintained regularly.
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