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Old 02-28-2024, 08:45 AM   #1
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Greetings, We actually got this last year, It was a new 2022 model. I have heard these are weekend only units but, my wife and I took it on a 6000 mile 2 month trip with no major issues. Chuck
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Chuck,


Small tow-able RVs like yours are very appropriate for a couple willing to "live small" enough to not carry all their worldy possessions with them, and get outside enough to enjoy the places they travel to.


Enjoy you rig and your travels !!


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Old 03-10-2024, 10:42 AM   #3
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Greetings, We actually got this last year, It was a new 2022 model. I have heard these are weekend only units but, my wife and I took it on a 6000 mile 2 month trip with no major issues. Chuck

Hi Chuck,
for 2 years now we own a Vista Cruiser 19ERD. Compared to our previous RV, a 26ft Ford Sunseeker, the 19ERD lacks of storage space, but we appreciate its floor plan and the fact travelling with a comfortable and more economic car. We wouldn't change back even for longer trips.
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Hi Chuck,
for 2 years now we own a Vista Cruiser 19ERD. Compared to our previous RV, a 26ft Ford Sunseeker, the 19ERD lacks of storage space, but we appreciate its floor plan and the fact travelling with a comfortable and more economic car. We wouldn't change back even for longer trips.

Mzweili,
We had a 31 ft Leprechaun on a Ford van chassis prior to the Cruiser. I agree, we will not be going back. Don't get me wrong, we had fun in the MH had some advantages, especially in the storage area but, the TT suits our current camping/traveling goals better at this time.



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Small tow-able RVs like yours are very appropriate for a couple willing to "live small" enough to not carry all their worldy possessions with them, and get outside enough to enjoy the places they travel to.


Enjoy you rig and your travels !!


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Chuck,
Even with the MH mentioned above we never had it close to it's carry capacity. Getting away, IMHO, is also getting away from the "stuff" LOL. We do spend a large part of the day outside of the camper.

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