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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-03-2017, 10:06
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Sorry, don't like it. You'd be far better off buying a 2nd hand better quality van imo.


Far too much rear overhang, they should put it on a longer wheelbase.


Those two rear seats look like naughty chairs, wouldn't fancy travelling any distance in them.


Habitation side windows look like they have been pinched from another van.


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I don't care for these new fangled shaped windows, must cost a fortune to replace anything on them.
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I like the travel seats. Its a good way to allow 2 couches up front. I think the 2 lounge idea is not for me. Id rater have a rear fixed bed, which I can lounge on if required.
Personally I think all new vans are not entry level price wise. These days only some second hand vans are entry level.
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Sorry Jezport, but do you mean they are overpriced on the new vans.

Don't be silly all the time ask your question.
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Sorry Jezport, but do you mean they are overpriced on the new vans.
I mean calling a 50K price entry level really isn't entry level for a lot of people.
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I have to agree with you on that.for 50k I would want gold taps on mine. The trouble is that these motorhome forums have made it so enticing that everyone wants the experience that we chat about.However many of us are hanging onto our vans for that bit extra which pushes buyers into the new van market. We need a guide to steer people towards a sensible priced used vehicle, much better value.
Maybe we should make our classified section more prominent.

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