Originally Posted by annamarie
We are thinking about purchasing one of these units. The main reason was, we thought it was a four season coach. Am I wrong about this?
They are not designed to be used in a Minnesota winter!. Gypsy is going through extra measures, changes, etc. to make his work for him. Anything below 20 degrees and I would worry about pipes freezing up. You will go through propane 20 pound tanks fast in a couple of days when the furnace keeps coming on.
If you compare the R factor in the walls and ceiling of Columbus rigs vs. other brands that have "winter package" you will find those have higher R factor ratings.
Soooo to sum it up yes the Columbus is a 4 seaon rig, just not Minnesota's 4 seasons. Anything about 1,000 miles south of MN you should be just fine.
It's why we are called snow birds!!! When the snow hits, the RVs fly south.