The Forester has a one piece fiberglass roof, padded ceiling, integrated fiberglass running boards, flat LED ceiling lights, LED front marker and tail/brake/backup lights, padded ceiling (really cuts down on the rain noise) hidden cabinet hinges, cedar lined closets and Firestone Airbags.
Forester also uses the Progressive Dynamics converter instead of the inferior WFCO and an Atwood water heater which has a quicker recovery than the Suburban and has the electric switch in the coach instead of outside at the heater and no Anode rod to replace annually which the Coachmen also has. It also comes with a battery powered Dyson vacuum cleaner and a King digital antenna instead of a crank up. Also, dual batteries are standard and not an option.
Looking at the Leprechaun features I noticed the black and grey tanks are a little smaller on the 32' and the transfer switch for the generator is manual instead of automatic like the Forester. Also, a power drivers seat appears to not be available which is on the Forester in the E450
I do see the leprechaun has available a fireplace and dual pane tinted windows which I believe are still not available on the Forester.
One factor to consider is how good your dealer is which can make a big difference in your happiness when you need warranty service as I am sure you will at some point. I don't think you can go wrong with either product. Pick the floor plan you like.
Feel free to pm me if you have any questions. We are camping in it right now so any questions should be really easy.
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