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Old 03-13-2021, 03:07 PM   #1
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2021 Dutchmen Rv Voltage 4195 opinions?

Still searching for our retirement toy hauler. We found this one for sale locally: 2021 Dutchmen Rv Voltage 4195. It's at Bish's RV and they want $85k which seems to be the going street price. Seems OK quality wise. We like the floor plan, not our first choice but we can make it work. Does anyone have any experience with Dutchman? Thanks in advance.
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Still searching for our retirement toy hauler. We found this one for sale locally: 2021 Dutchmen Rv Voltage 4195. It's at Bish's RV and they want $85k which seems to be the going street price. Seems OK quality wise. We like the floor plan, not our first choice but we can make it work. Does anyone have any experience with Dutchman? Thanks in advance.

I have a 2013 voltage 3905, bought it for a good deal used so I couldn't pass it up, but for the price you're paying I'd look elsewhere. I'm not impressed with the quality of my build. If I was spending that much I would get something a little older and more quality built lie Luxe, DRV, ATC etc.
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Still searching for our retirement toy hauler. We found this one for sale locally: 2021 Dutchmen Rv Voltage 4195. It's at Bish's RV and they want $85k which seems to be the going street price. Seems OK quality wise. We like the floor plan, not our first choice but we can make it work. Does anyone have any experience with Dutchman? Thanks in advance.
When we were looking for a toy hauler we looked at the Voltage line. There was a dealer in Ohio who carried it and we seen it on their website. We went and looked at it and started comparing it to about 3 other brands they carried.
We looked some other dealers and compared the Voltage, Momentum, Cyclone, Road Warrior, Fuzion and a couple of others. We finally ruled each out and decided on the Road Warrior 427RW for us. By looking on what we wanted and what each would do for us. Like the Momentum would not add a residential fridge, Voltage did not have a tub in the main bath, and so items like these is what made our final decision for us on the Road Warrior. It took us about 10 months of looking before deciding on our unit.
I think what made us decided against the Voltage line was the sales was dropping because of a stagnate design and they were trying to redesign at the time. Plus some dealers were closing their doors that sold the Voltage line that were close to where we used to live.
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I looked at the same unit and a Dutchman Sales person talked me out of it.
He flat out said the Dutchman line isn't as good as it used to be.


Check out the Heartland Cyclone 4005
It's a similar layout but has a nice long couch to lay on
Quality is WAY better although no trailers are "great"
I have a 2020 that I may decide to sell if I buy the land I found, but not yet.
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When we began our search several months ago we discarded a Voltage due to the experiences of some close friends. They had either a 2011 or 2012 model they purchased new and had tons of issues the first few years, including all the leather furniture flaking apart. Zero help from manufacturer.

We ended up with a Heartland Cyclone. Hit me up with a private message and I can give you additional details about our purchase. It wasn't even close to MSRP.
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I looked at the same unit and a Dutchman Sales person talked me out of it.
He flat out said the Dutchman line isn't as good as it used to be.


Check out the Heartland Cyclone 4005
It's a similar layout but has a nice long couch to lay on
Quality is WAY better although no trailers are "great"
I have a 2020 that I may decide to sell if I buy the land I found, but not yet.
If Dutchman isn't as good as it used to be it must really be junk now. They used to be a lower end so I'd avoid it. I bought a Keystone Raptor based on a previous ownership of one and features vs pricing. For $85K you can do much better than Dutchman.
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