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Old 12-20-2015, 07:54 PM   #1
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2014 Lacrosse 318 bhs for sale like new

Hi I currently have a lacrosse 318 bhs for sale asking 25k I have had it since new title in hand looking to upgrade to a fifth wheel just want more room awesome camper the camper is like new just a small tear in awning. Camper has every option.
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Old 01-04-2016, 05:21 PM   #2
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Bump.
Still for sale 24500
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Old 01-04-2016, 05:54 PM   #3
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You might want to post specs such as weights, etc. Might scare some off, but might pull some in. List any options, mods, etc.

You also didn't say what year it is.
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Okay thank you
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Old 01-04-2016, 05:58 PM   #5
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Sleeps 8
Slides 2
Length 35 ft 7 in
Ext Width 8 ft
Ext Height 11 ft 5 in
Interior Color Cappuccino
Hitch Weight 840 lbs
Dry Weight 7948 lbs
Fresh Water Capacity 48 gals
Grey Water Capacity 60 gals
Black Water Capacity 30 gals
Tire Size ST225/75R15/D
Furnace BTU 30000 btu
Has in the outdoor kitchen to gas grills one for steaks chicken ect also one with two burners for pot and pan use with a sink and refrigerator with lots of storage with above cabinets best feature on campers these days also with the spread out axels like this model has towing it is a breeze
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Even though the OP is upgrading to a larger 5er, the Lacrosse 318 BHS is a very roomy 2-slide TT still under 8,000 empty. Our PT Tracer 3150 has nearly the same floor plan, we also bought it used, and have had 2 years of trouble-free camping. In comparison friends who bought new (various other RVs) spent their first year having warranty work done...

I know there are other models with the same floor plan, but the cheaper ones always leave something out. For instance, ours has 4 skylights so we have installed Deluxe MaxxAir fans in 2 and will install a 2nd A/C (& separate A/C line) over the master bed. In comparison, a non-Primetime unit I looked at recently has the same floor plan, but no skylight over the master, cheaper cabinets, no power stabilizers, etc. Also, folks are now claiming their new brown-colored RVs are fading, so I'm glad mine, like this one, is white! (Also stays cooler w/direct sunlight & why most small aircraft are all-white...)

My favorite feature is the outdoor kitchen... Now that I have one, I would never buy an RV without - allows me to make a quick meal when we first setup... I always get compliments of how nice the simulated stone countertop base looks. Also, my Tracer is nearly 5 years old now & still looks new... Again, Tracer/Lacrosse are very similar but the Lacrosse has a higher ceiling & extra pantry beside the fridge...
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I couldn't agree with you more on the kitchen its the best thing ever my wife said every camper we owned had to have one after this one and the warranty is correct buying used the almost new you get the perks of trouble free all the bugs are worked out we purchased a 371 mbrb coachmen chaparral Thursday will take delivery this week this ad will stay up until then love the camper just need more room inside and the three bedrooms on the new one will help alot
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