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Old 03-26-2016, 01:50 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by JamieGeek View Post
Here are a bunch of links:
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TMC Displays New RUVs on Ford Transit Chassis | RV Business

My $0.02: They do look small, however they are only 23 feet long. Chop off 2 feet from an Axis/Vegas and see how much room you get.

Interesting: The Transit in general has a lower GVWR than the E-350 (look here: 2016 Ford Transit Chassis Cab & Cutaway | View All Specs | only 9,000-10,000 lbs).

Wow the interior is very contemporary:

They did steal the table from my Axis--and they have it in backwards! (you put the angled side towards the seats to make it easier to get in and out of the bench).
We have had that table discussion in our new Axis and after trying it both ways last weekend, we decided we liked it with the cut off ends out. It makes it a little more difficult to get in or out, but you are closer to the table when you sit and the cut offs and shorter distance from the table leg makes the aisle bigger and it's easier to get around the table.

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Old 03-26-2016, 02:23 AM   #42
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A European Ford Transit RV pulled in next to me the other night. The owners had it shipped over from Germany and are currently vacationing in the U.S and Canada. I must say that I was impressed.
Nice. It looks like the previous Transit model in RWD. Is that right? What did you like about it?

It seems to me that Europeans place more emphasis on details that add function, efficiency, and quality than most Americans do. We collectively seem to prefer the bigger-is-better approach to some extent. And I'm glad that may be starting to change here.
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Old 03-30-2016, 03:23 PM   #43
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Hey Everyone! I am new to the forum and I am a salesman but last week I did a walk around on the Compass and it is very impressive. I am not here to sell anything just to give you all high definition videos for your viewing. I go up to Elkhart once a year to check out Thor's Facilities and they are very organized and clean to say the least. Very impressive. Check out my video and let me know what you all think. Again not trying to sell anything just showing you what it looks like.

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Old 07-10-2016, 02:35 AM   #44
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There is emergency switch to access the rv batteries.
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