Last night the Mrs and I picked up our shiny new LaCrosse 322RES. We got it home before it started snowing and it towed really nicely. JUST managed to back it onto our driveway.
I have some questions in case anyone here knows the answers.
1. According to the brochure there is an easy winterizing set-up somewhere. Does anyone know where? My dealer says it doesn't have one and I can't find one anywhere.
2. As usual with RVs, despite the price tag the instructions for the trailer are all quite generic and largely inapplicable to the actual model we bought. Does anyone have any idea on the limits for camping in cold weather in a 2012 LaCrosse? I know there's a 2" heat duct in the underfloor area, but I'd really like to understand the do's and dont's of camping in freezing conditions (eg minimum temperature, minimum thermostat setting, etc). Since we live in Michigan and since even the dump valves are enclosed, it would be nice to know the limits of the unit. All tips/ suggestions/ info would be greatly appreciated.
3. Apparently we have a year of roadside assistance via CoachNet but there appears to be no information on this anywhere. Do we have to activate this somehow?
In terms of initial feedback, the fit and finish are excellent. We do have a couple of stripped hinge screws on a cabinet door to take care of as well as a hint of daylight at the bottom of one of the slideout seals but, as far as I can tell, that's all. I think that's amazing given the size and fitment level of the trailer.
When we got it home we filled it with friends and neighbors and, with all the space created by the double opposing slideouts, as well as the large kitchen with breakfast bar, I can testify that it is definitely a great place for a party