Originally Posted by JamieGeek
I think that 60X74 sleeping area is a misprint as it also shows that size on the 24.1 with the slide.
On our 24.1 when making up that bed you have to have the slide out because the bed fills the entire area completely (it touches the drawers in the kitchen). With no slide on the 25.2 I can't see how the bed would be that large.
Jamie, does that mean that on the 24.1 model that if all beds were being used, that a person sleeping over the cab area would not be able to get to the bathroom without crawling over the middle bed? Or do you mean it touches the kitchen cabinets unless slide is out? Not sure which you mean.
I'm also wondering if your sofa, being much different in design, sits farther from the driver-side wall when made as a bed. As I recall it sits farther from wall when in seating position than a jack-knife sofa. These compact motorhomes should still be around 90 inches wide inside, so a 60-inch-wide center bed should leave "about" 30 inches of width for the kitchen cabinets. It seems doable although it would leave no aisle to get to the bathroom at night.
While it may be possible I agree that it's likely a misprint. I've never seen a jack-knife couch that had an extension to increase width. That's not to say it hasn't been done -- I'm just not aware of one.