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Old 06-04-2017, 01:11 PM   #1
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We have rented several class A over last few years.
We like the idea and freedom of travel with our 2 German Sheperds.
Not ready to jump into class A world.

Looking at 24-28 foot B+ and C's.

I am looking for information on 2005 Vanguard Kodiak VXL 2700 set on Ford 450.
Can not find any manufacture information.

Things like;
1) price new in Canada
1A) used price with 29900 miles or 48000klm in Canadian dollar
2) is it a 4 season rv with heated tanks, 2 pane windows and extra insulation.
3) generator size
4) ease to drive
5) towablility
6) any unique features over other class b+'s

Also, any add-ons that made yours a better RV


thanks,
Grant
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Old 06-04-2017, 07:01 PM   #2
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We have rented several class A over last few years.
We like the idea and freedom of travel with our 2 German Sheperds.
Not ready to jump into class A world.

Looking at 24-28 foot B+ and C's.

I am looking for information on 2005 Vanguard Kodiak VXL 2700 set on Ford 450.
Can not find any manufacture information.

Things like;
1) price new in Canada
1A) used price with 29900 miles or 48000klm in Canadian dollar
2) is it a 4 season rv with heated tanks, 2 pane windows and extra insulation.
3) generator size
4) ease to drive
5) towablility
6) any unique features over other class b+'s

Also, any add-ons that made yours a better RV


thanks,
Grant

There is no such a thing as a B+

What you are looking at is a ClassC.

Not only a classC, but a LARGE classC.


What/how do you plan on using your RV?

Most people found it difficult to maneuver anything over 24 ft.
For driving around (sightseeing exploring), 20 ft to 22 ft is a good size.
Anything over 24 ft are basically park-and-stay RVs.
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