I'm considering getting a class a toy hauler when I retire in a few years. Looking at all the options out there, there doesn't seem to be a perfect match. Best I've seen that fit my wishes is a Travel Supreme but it isn't made anymore so the only option seems to be Thor and Newmar. Neither has a floor plan that is ideal but I like the Outlaw RB the best I think (wish it had a couch). Looking at tons of threads on various forums and reviews, it seems a bit scary to be honest. My biggest concern is the many comments I've seen where Thor and Ford blame each other for chassis issues and neither company want to take responsibility. I think that it is a red flag to me and I will most likely rethink my strategy. Lots of money to spend on something that a company won't stand behind. Am I making too much of this? I know people with bad experiences tend to chime in on bashing threads while satisfied customers may not bother to participate at all so negative comments might be overweighted. I can tolerate some things on a coach that need tweaking and I can fix lots myself but not a chassis.
Welcome to the madness!
I've got the "Tiny" Toyhauler: the Class C version...
You have to remember one thing: the internet is a great place to complain!
The ones who are happiest: are out there enjoying their RVs.
P.S. We liked the 37 RB a LOT, when we looked at it...
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