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RE: Brother in Law wants to not get in financial trouble

A V10 motorhome is (generally) less expensive than a diesel MH in almost all aspects - initial cost, maintenance, and repairs due to engine issues. The diesel will tow a larger toad, pull a grade better than a gasser. But, if something goes south with the engine - Buckle Up Betty! It is going to be expensive. Maintenance and repair cost were the deciding factors for me going to a V10 in a class A. I also got rid of a Mercedes Sprinter because required maintenance costs at the dealer was getting out of hand. With the kind of money you are talking about, you should be able to buy a quality used Class A with a V10, especially if you have cash in hand.The newer V10's do a great job and the mpg is not that much less than the diesels.
Cider 04/24/19 08:32am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Towing travel trailer with a Sprinter C?

I think you had posted this same question on another forum and I am glad to see that you are getting the same advice here - don't do it..
Cider 04/05/19 03:40pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: North CAlifornia coast

Simplest route would be 299 out of Redding to Mckinleyville and then 101 north to Crescent City. The road is fine for RV travel, just depends on the time of the year. Another route would be go up to Grants Pass, Or, then take 199 west. This does take you back into California in sort of a round about way. 299 is the most direct route for you, though.
Cider 02/17/19 11:47am Roads and Routes
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