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Old 07-25-2014, 09:50 AM   #21
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Not being nosey, but just wondering why a 2013 when 2015's are due out anytime. A check of NADA will show valves of 2013's once used, ouch leaving the lot.

I am getting the 2013 for over 50,000 of MSRP which puts it in line with depreciation.
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Old 07-25-2014, 04:59 PM   #22
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Not being nosey, but just wondering why a 2013 when 2015's are due out anytime. A check of NADA will show valves of 2013's once used, ouch leaving the lot.

I am getting the 2013 for over 50,000 of MSRP which puts it in line with depreciation.
Understand "new" to you, now a much better deal.
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Old 07-25-2014, 07:37 PM   #23
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The RV is new 1900 miles never been registered, not a repo "New"
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Old 07-26-2014, 10:48 AM   #24
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Not being nosey, but just wondering why a 2013 when 2015's are due out anytime. A check of NADA will show valves of 2013's once used, ouch leaving the lot.

Bet he got a good deal on the 2013. I know I did when the 14's were already out!


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Old 07-27-2014, 01:56 PM   #25
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Just returned from a 1500 mile trip to the Bay of Fundy. No issues with my 2012 360 XL, towing a Chevy Equinox. Averaged 7.2 MPG.

Having this unit for 2+ years have had very few issues, of course like anything, ALL companies have an OOPS, and those are generally the ones you hear about. Very rare to hear about the units without issues.

By the way this is my second Forest River product and would buy a third.
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:32 PM   #26
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I would agree with Bill, we own a 2012 378 XL very minor problems. This is also our second Georgetown and we also would buy another. Forest River has always been excellent when it comes to service issues.


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Old 07-29-2014, 07:10 PM   #27
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Yesterday I got into Stevenson, WA, from Willington, CT. 3070 miles in 4 days. The coach performed wonderfully; i sure am glad I did the koni FSD shocks and the roadmaster front and rear sway bars. Hit some hellacious winds in ND and eastern MT; blowing north westerly at 20 with gusts to 35. I got moved around pretty good; without the improvements I think I would have had to pull over rather than just slow down to 50-55.

I was pulling the jeep with bikes on the back of it and windsurfing gear on the roof. Hit the scales at 29745 pds. I averaged 6.35 based on how much fuel I bought. I was hoping for better but I only got 5 for that stretch of ND and MT and it killed my average.

The V10 and 5 speed torque shift impressed me. I have an F350 with the 6.7; I love that engine and that truck. But I am happy with the V10.

A picture of leaving the house and then set up on the Columbia river gorge in skamania.


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Old 07-30-2014, 12:00 AM   #28
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If I may ask, what campgound was your 2nd picture taken? Looks very nice, and I'm always looking for new places!
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Bought my 2014 329DS from Mike Thompson's in Fountain Valley. There was some dancing around during the negotiations but we ended up getting a pretty good deal. We took it in for a few minor repairs after we took it out a couple of times. I've heard the horror stories about their service department but I've had a good experience with them both times I've taken the motorhome in. You just have to realize you're not going to be able to drop off a motorhome for repairs in the morning and pick it up in the afternoon (which is one of the complaints I've read). They even called Forest River for me when I had problems with my Lippert steps and worked out the deal to replace them with Kwikee steps at no charge.


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If I may ask, what campgound was your 2nd picture taken? Looks very nice, and I'm always looking for new places!
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I was wondering the same thing, beautiful scenery.
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