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Old 11-04-2018, 02:29 PM   #1
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Looking at several MBS brands and unable to get opinions or any information from Qwest owners. I know they are new to the market space but someone must have bought one. The local dealer is apparently selling them and I see the so called big 3 Entegra dealers have them also.

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Not a lot of those owners hang out here yet.... gonna take a while. You might also Google to see if there is a specific forum somewhere designed specifically for that model yet....

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We just took delivery of ours (out first RV) a month ago. Took it to a local campground for a shake down, and it's now back at the dealer for warranty work. The biggest issues were a water leak somewhere in the black tank rinse line, and a probable propane hose bending and cutting off propane to the furnace when the slide was fully extended. It was a very chilly night!

So, not much to report yet. We liked the features included for the price point, and got ours at a pretty good deal (I think). Wish it had solar, and we are having the dealer add levelers. We hope to get by without a toad, so ease of setup and breakdown are important.

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We just took delivery of ours (out first RV) a month ago. Took it to a local campground for a shake down, and it's now back at the dealer for warranty work. The biggest issues were a water leak somewhere in the black tank rinse line, and a probable propane hose bending and cutting off propane to the furnace when the slide was fully extended. It was a very chilly night!

So, not much to report yet. We liked the features included for the price point, and got ours at a pretty good deal (I think). Wish it had solar, and we are having the dealer add levelers. We hope to get by without a toad, so ease of setup and breakdown are important.

Good luck with your search.
You appear to be pleased!
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Old 11-23-2018, 09:34 AM   #5
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We bought a 2019 Qwest 24L back in August. Think we got a good deal. Have been out three short 2 day trips so far. So far no significant issues. Worried about future slide issues but no problems so far. Interested in talking to other Qwest owners about storing next to house plugged in to 110v and should main 12v power switch be on or off? Concerned about charging both mercedes chassis battery and coach batteries while on shore power next to my house. Owners manual seems to indicate I have an Inverter/charger that charges coach battery then keeps chassis battery toped off. Called Entegra customer service to confirm and they had no clue. I was leaving it plugged in but 12v switch powered off. Now leaving 12v power button on to keep Inverter on.
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Old 11-30-2018, 09:07 PM   #6
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Most rvs only need the charger on to charge batteries, hopefully it is a smart 3 way charger so it does not boil off the water. Check your manual for info.
With a multimeter check your battery voltage before you turn anything on, then turn on charger only and see if you gat a higher reading. If yes it is charging!
The main shut off switch needs to be on.

Yeterday saw our first Qwests, was very impressed with build quality and layouts. Would like more owner reviews.
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Old 12-01-2018, 06:50 AM   #7
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Thanks Harry for the info. Other than the poor quality manual that does not clearly explain battery charging our Qwest has been good so far. In fact issues have not been been serious enough to bring RV back to dealer yet. Only issues so far have been roof insulation above cab-over window was loose and visible from outside which should be easy to fix....also AC vents or diffusers in ceiling were loose and not firmly attached. Finally the mini blind on window above kitchen was installed backwards so the cord and adjustment wand were between window and blind....not sure how installer could have done that. Love the look of the QWest paint scheme. RV drives very well on highways being fairly stable. Getting about 14-15mpg driving about 60mph. Finally our Qwest 24L had msrp of 142k and paid 88k

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Peter, you got a great deal!
Here in Mesa, Az they are asking around $100,000, at a show! Will try to improve that. On the surface they do look well built but you never know until you live in them for a while.
Keep us posted on your experiences.
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