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Trying to decide on class A brand for quality.
Pro and cons on these or another may not know of.

Allegro
Winnebago
Four winns
Damon
Holiday Rambler
Fleetwood
Coachman

Thanks !

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Looking for new or used?

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Price range?


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jf44 wrote:

Trying to decide on class A brand for quality.
Pro and cons on these or another may not know of.

Allegro
Winnebago
Four winns
Damon
Holiday Rambler
Fleetwood

Thanks !



"Allegro" is a model name from Tiffin. The others are manufacturers with many models each.

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I really have always liked Winnebago fro quality.


4 whopping cylinders on Toyota RV's. Talk about great getting good MPG. Also I have a very light foot on the pedal. I followed some MPG advice on Livingpress.com and I now get 22 MPG! Not bad for a home on wheels.


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jf44 wrote:

Trying to decide on class A brand for quality.
Pro and cons on these or another may not know of.

Allegro
Winnebago
Four winns
Damon
Holiday Rambler
Fleetwood

Thanks !


Your price point will be the deciding factor. Diesel or gas?

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Mine is a 2011 Tiffin Allegro, quite happy with the quality, would buy another Tiffin

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Almost as important is your dealer, google 'Em.

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We and many other friends we know have been vey happy with Forest River Georgetown motor homes.
It was the best selling brand of gas motorhomes for a few years.


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Looking for used gas because they are a little more
reasonable. But would consider a diesel. Those brands I listed
are kind of middle of road ones and less pricey. Can't
afford top of the line. Price range $20 to 30k.

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