It seems we always hear about things that happen to our Georgetowns and problems but I'm here to say after the bugs are worked out in any new rig everything is working great.
Well, I have been on the road travelling since January 19th and have driven almost 4,000 miles and have setup at 13 camp sites and my 2012 Georgetown has operated flawlessly.
I have been driving the good and bad highways between Arizona and Florida and now heading back to Arizona. My mpg is in the mid 7 range but have also been running 65 - 70 mph as the highways permit.
The Ford chassis and drive train is a great setup and really like it. Plenty of of power and torque whne i need it. We have used the electric fire place for heat and has worked great.
The only thing I have have done is added water to all the cells of my two house batteries and checked my engine and transmission fluids. Tires have monitors on them and have not lost any psi. I'm running 100 psi cold and hot on the road they run 103 psi front and 107 psi rears. I still need to get this weighed at a CAT scale just for the knowing what my true weight is.
When I get home next week I will give my Georgetown a good bath and shapoo. I will change oil, filter and lube the front end. Inspect all around and get ready for my next adventure.
Here are a few shots from Key west Florida campsite.
Yes it was amazing on the Florida Keys.