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RVER

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Posted: 07/14/20 04:50pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CLASS B People looking for Class B, C is too big they say. I know about the Coach House but what others would you suggest new and used. I personally do not want them to buy ANYTHING made by THOR so that includes Airstream and about 20 other companies like Keystone and Jayco. We want them to have a good experience and solid well built rig, USED or maybe new not sure about that. THOUGHTS FROM EXPERIENCE PLEASE


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we have a LTV liesure travel van very small C liesurevans.com has been good to us a very well built rv.

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What type of camping will they do? RV Park, dry, boondocking? Short term, long?


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Thank you for your experience

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I had a Pleasure Way. Great little Classs B. My fantastic 20/20 hindsight.. should have kept it.

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Leisure Travel RVs seem to be well built. Have you looked at the class C models made by Winnebago and Tiffin built on Sprinter Chassis? Good luck in your search.





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LadyRVer wrote:

I had a Pleasure Way. Great little Classs B. My fantastic 20/20 hindsight.. should have kept it.


Same here. We looked at a number of other brands before our purchase (several years ago), and nothing came close to the quality and fit & finish of the Pleasure-Way, not even the top sellers that so many people swear by -- I guess those are the folks that never put Pleasure-Way on their short list.


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I've had two PleasureWays, a class B and now a Class C. They are very well built and I rank them up there with best. Not that they are absolutely flawless but just the best for the money. What makes them stand out from the rest is the factory support which you just won't find elsewhere. Even if you bought a really old PW, you can access valuable information and parts by calling the company.

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Try Sportsmobile - build your own from a variety of options.


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