Phaeton 40 QBH

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by Bob Livingston
March 25, 2014

  Tiffin Motorhomes has Added All the Elements to Make this Coach Live Well in the Lap of Luxury at a Surprising Price Point   Forty feet seems to be the magical number when it comes to sizing motorhomes. There’s plenty of length to satisfy those who want maximum livability without going... Read more »

WINNEBAGO TREND 23L

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by Chris Hemer
February 26, 2014

  European Styling and a New Platform Provide Economical RVing for the Whole Family   OK, I’ll admit it. I didn’t want to like the new Winnebago Trend Class C. It’s certainly not because I have anything against Winnebago, as the company has one of the broadest, high-quality product lines... Read more »

A Bumper Crop of New MotorHomes for 2014

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by Chris Hemer
February 24, 2014

  At the RV Industry’s Premier Trade Show, There Were Hundreds of Reasons Why The Future Looks Bright   In every industry, there is an event that is recognized as “the one” — a happening that has become so famous, naming it in its entirety is no longer necessary. The Caanes International... Read more »

VILLAGIO 25QBS

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by Chris Hemer
January 27, 2014

  Renegade’s Latest Floorplan Packs Upscale, Big Coach Features in a Sprinter-Based Class C   Living on the road, regardless of the size of the coach, always requires some degree of compromise. Whether it’s a trade off between power and fuel economy, features and price, or size and maneuverability,... Read more »

The 2014 Coach Scene

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by Bruce Hampson
December 23, 2013

  Manufacturers are Filling Dealers’ Lots with Exciting Motorhomes Featuring Fresh Ideas and Forward Thinking   There was a time — OK, let’s be frank: it was about four yours ago — when the concept of a well-equipped, sub-$100,000, 25-foot-long Class A motorhome was about as foreign... Read more »

AXIS 24.1

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by Bruce Hampson
December 19, 2013

  Bigger than an SUV, Smaller Than a Traditional Class A, Thor Motor Coach Introduces a Totally New Genre: The RUV   Introducing a new model, or even a new brand to the RV industry would seem a pretty simple undertaking from the consumer’s point of view. After all, if you visit a local RV dealership,... Read more »

FIRST-CLASS B’s

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by Bob Ashley
November 26, 2013

  In a Market Dominated by the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Chassis, Several New Players Emerge for 2014   Change is coming to the Class B motorhome market in 2014 with two new European-based platforms on which RV manufacturers are expected to build: The new ProMaster van, already available from Chrysler’s... Read more »

CHARLESTON 430FK

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by Chris Hemer
November 25, 2013

This New Quad-Slide Diesel Pusher from Forest River Offers High-End Amenities and Room for Entertaining For many of us, the end goal in a lifetime of RV experience is a diesel pusher. When it comes to long-distance travel, the appeal of one of these coaches is hard to ignore; rolling effortlessly down... Read more »

Vista 31KE

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October 30, 2013

  Winnebago adds a new floor plan for 2014 that 
emphasizes sleeping, storage and an entry-level price   When a potential buyer of a Class A motorhome hears or reads about an entry-level product, the message conjures an image of a coach that’s going to be missing a number of creature comforts.... Read more »

New for 2014: Pre-show units now available to consumers

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by Kristopher Bunker
October 4, 2013

  As the calendar flips to the latter part of the year, many motorhome owners have an ear to the ground to hear about the newest models. Oftentimes, new model-year coaches are introduced exclusively at industry shows — with public unveiling at a later date. However, many new-for-2014 motorhomes... Read more »

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