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Old 01-15-2020, 11:39 AM   #1
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We have been researching Class B RVs for a while and have decided the Travato 59KL (the National Park Edition, in particular) is the one for us. We are very excited and plan to go full time in 2 years 9 months 27 days 18 hours lol . We have about reached the end of the available YouTube videos available to watch. Looking forward to learning as much as possible and hopefully meeting some of you on the road later on.
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Old 01-15-2020, 08:15 PM   #2
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We have been researching Class B RVs for a while and have decided the Travato 59KL (the National Park Edition, in particular) is the one for us. We are very excited and plan to go full time in 2 years 9 months 27 days 18 hours lol . We have about reached the end of the available YouTube videos available to watch. Looking forward to learning as much as possible and hopefully meeting some of you on the road later on.
Ashley

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So long as your budget can afford it, you've picked a very nice rv. The Travato is well liked and the large lithium package on the Nat'l Park edition will do a lot of good things. Just remember, every battery pack has it's limitations. If you deplete them, say running the a/c for 6-8 hours, you'll need to drive several hours or plug in to recharge them. So you'll still need to conserve in extreme circumstances. But for all others, you're way ahead of the game.

We're retired and can mitigate extreme conditions by traveling off season in mild weather. We're jealous of the flexibility you'll have in similar situations where maybe only and hour or two of a/c would be needed to cool down the rv before nighttime cooling sets in.
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"So long as your budget can afford it, you've picked a very nice rv."

Ashley, I agree with rowiebowie. And if it meets your application, needs and wants, Terrific.

How did you decide on the Travato along with Everything+ package? Hard to beat the excitement.

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