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Old 06-04-2020, 09:02 PM   #1
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I am new to the RV world. I am shopping for a class B RV. Looking at a new American Coach Patriot or a new American Coachman Galleria. What opinions are out there?
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Old 06-04-2020, 09:45 PM   #2
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Hi welcome to the forums


Suggest you look at some models at the dealers, also watch youtube demos by salespeople ( who are often large men, watch if they can move with ease in the van)- you could also check out used models from private sellers


That may help you define which aspects are important for you, which are not


for instance; a sideways sleeper may require a climb over to get to the can in the middle of the night


gas or diesel is a big question if you plan on ever working on it ( a diesel may require dealer only service and a long supply line for parts)







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I am new to the RV world. I am shopping for a class B RV. Looking at a new American Coach Patriot or a new American Coachman Galleria. What opinions are out there?
Welcome to the forum campmorenow!

Mike has already offered some starting questions/advice for you to consider. Keep us informed on how things eventually work out.
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I am new to the RV world. I am shopping for a class B RV. Looking at a new American Coach Patriot or a new American Coachman Galleria. What opinions are out there?
Welcome to the forum.
You should look at Panoramicrv.com a class b very high quality European style now available in the USA.
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Old 06-12-2020, 06:52 PM   #5
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if i were buying again-which because of health issues unlikely-


the one thing i hated about my former van is how warm it mostly seemed inside.


the only thing i would consider buying is a large lithium battery system that could run air conditioner for an extended times.

I would buy-at this time a Travato KL National Park model.
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