several members on the Monacoers forum have traded for a new coach with the Maxxforce engine and are very pleased with it. Their mileage is much better than the Cummins they had and it has plenty of power.
Bob & Betsy(FishNFanatic) - USN Aviation Ret'd '78 & LEO Ret'd '03 & "Oath Keeper Forever" 2005 HR 40PRQ, '11 Silverado LT, Ex Cab 6.2L NHT 4x4, w/ 2016 Rzr 900 & 2013 Rzr 570 riding in 24' trailer in back. Where the wheels are stopped today
Don't know of anyone with the new Navistar product. Navistar bought Monaco (which is the parent company of Holiday Rambler) out of bankruptcy a year or two ago and most of the Holiday Rambler owners I know think they did that to expand their market for their engines. Navistar has taken the careful route by making the switch from Cummins to Maxxforce slowly, so I suspect the switch has been well planned out. It should be a good combination. Good luck.
Holiday Rambler Navigator DP, Hummer, and Honda VT1100C Shadow
Looking at a 36" H/D rambler with maxforce engine (2012) wondering if anyone had a comments pro or con to the unit or engine
RUN, FORREST, RUN! The new MaxxForce engines are a disaster. Proof? Ryder is not buying any more Internationals unless and until they can get them to run properly! We have ten at work (MaxxForce 11, delivered last March), and have NEVER had even nine running properly at the same time!
John and Elizabeth (Liz), with 3 nutty cats
My beloved St. Bernard, Marm, lost him 1/2/12
1992 International Genesis school bus conversion