First long trip in new Sunseeker 2500TS.
We just got back from 7 days camping in our new Sunseeker 2500TS. Trip was about 4 hours driving each way, some interstate and some two lane. The Ford 450 did well, pretty easy driving, plenty of power, not like driving a car but better than I thought it would be. We are new to motor homes, wife has never camped and I have done rough camping with scouts and hunting. Fit and finish in the 2500 was very good, no major problems. Few minor things, drawer latch not working, 1/3 led in control panel out, but all else was good. We bought a mattress topper from Costco for bed, helped a lot with the split bed.
It was hot and AC ran near steady but kept camper nice.
We need to figure out solution for ice. Frig was full, so kept drinks and spare food in coolers but we needed to buy ice everyday to keep up. We even went to local Walmarts looking for a portable ice maker but they don’t carry them in store. I guess we need better coolers or find an ice maker, any suggestions on what others do would be appreciated.
There were four of us, wife, daughter, grand daughter and me. We had plenty of room, swivel seats in cab helped for sitting space. Most future trips will be just wife and me so we feel the 2500TS was a good choice for us, right size, lots of storage, and easy driving.
Our next big decision is if we should buy a small car to tow along as a dinghy.
Emory in MD