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Old 10-24-2019, 08:03 AM   #15
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Thanks for the info re:Leprechaun

Thank you RogueWIng, very helpful info. Yes, had the impression Leprechaun was entry level when I went to check one out at local new RV dealer. But I was kind of "wowed" by all the amenities you could have on the road, since I'd never really been in ANY RV. I can also vouch for the V10 as I have a F250 Super Duty with that motor and it is a very capable and strong engine. I'll most likely buy used whatever I decide on. I'm on the east coast, and a lot of low-mileage RVs in very good condition come up for sale on a pretty regular basis. Thanks again for the advice, I appreciate it...Gerrit
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We have a coachmen 21RS with the chevy platform. Have really enjoyed it for over a year and 20k miles. We Tow a Sonic and get about 8.5 MPG. If we had a longer rig or a bigger toad, I suggest the Ford platform for the extra torque and climbing power. Also the ford platform usually doesn’t have the step up in the back area but you will give up basement storage room without that step up.
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