Our 2015 Allegro came with Sumo springs. Our previous Allegro coach was slightly shorter and older and I thought the ride was satisfactory. I don't have anything of this size to compare to, but I have to assume the ride is better with them. Others also say that adding Koni shocks is the best thing you can do.
I replaced the 2 in mine with cloth LaZBoy swivel rocker/recliners . I did not want leather or any of the lookalikes because I think it is cold in winter and hot and sticky in the summer.
If you go to a LaZBoy store, you can custom order them in the color and fabric you want. They are shipped with the backs unattached so they fit through the door easily.
The smartest thing I did was get rid of the OEM recliners.
I agree with this post. The worst thing I did when I bought my new rig is take my LazyBoy recliner with me. Our new rig came with the Euro recliner. What a joke! My LB was so much better in every way and it didn't even swivel. I may end up junking the Euro **** and get and new LB.
We have a Rand McNalley 7720. Last month in Oregon it kept trying to get me off the state HiWay I was traveling on, but it didn't say why. After the last possible place I could turn I finally found out why. There was a tunnel on the road. I pulled over and said, oops. As we sat there and wondered what to do, along came a truck that was nearly our height and it went tright though. As he went in I could tell that he had plenty of room and I knew I would be fine. We went through without issue. I don't remember the height of the tunnel being posted, otherwise I would have known it was ok. The GPS thought it was an issue. Could have been the height setting in the unit.