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|New Class A RV||Mitch Mohtasham||3-14-07|
|I would like to buy a new Class A RV.|
I am told to look at body and chassis manufacturers, only. I want to buy a 34 ft. What are the do's and don'ts? Should I buy from dealers, distributors or manufacturer's? How much should I spend? Over $100K but under $200K?
|Re: New Class A RV||Tom||3-19-07|
|We bought our Holiday Rambler Admiral new in Oct of 2002 (2003 model) and have nothing but praise for the beast. There is only so much that can be done with floor plans and then you have to concentrate on such things as interior quality, construction, reputation. We have over 33K on ours and really enjoy it. You'll read in many places that people will nitpic over the silliest details ad nauseum... All i can say is that you have purchased a vehicle that like anyother is subjected to the same road abuses as any other vehicle. Learn to take care of it and it will take care of you. Look at the entire Monaco family...great value. Alos, don't be afraid to look at used, most of the little bugs, if any, have been worked out.|
|Re: New Class A RV||Rich||6-20-07|
Hear is a link that rates RV's, by customer inputs, also alot of other links there for more info. Have fun