Originally Posted by wdconnors
Purchased my first Class C RV in July of 2018 and am already looking to make the jump to a Class A.
I've been looking at the Miramar 35.2 for a month or two now and had the framework of a deal in place when I noticed this week that the 2020 Miramar is out on Thor's site and starting to become available.
A few minor changes between the model years (listed below), but one change that has me oddly overthinking is the change from a two burner induction range in the 2019 to a two burner propane plus one burner induction range in the 2020. To me it would seem there was possible customer push back on not being able to use the range on propane if you weren't running generator or at a campground with power. I'm unsure if the batteries can support the induction range or not. Once I started down that path of thought I really liked the change in the 2020.
I know I'm overthinking this minor change, but I'm curious to know everyone else's thoughts.
2019 vs 2020 Changes
-Two burner induction range change to two burner propane plus one burner induction range
-Front dash controls redesigned/moved around (jack control, etc.)
-New dash head unit with larger screen plus Sirius/XM (unsure if 2019 head unit has Sirius/XM or not)
-Various outlet/USB additions/moves
-WiFi Ranger changed to Winegard ConnecT WiFi Extender +4G
I am in the same boat as you. Looking at the Miramar 35.2 and the Challenger 35MQ. Same RV floorplan and mechanically. Only difference Challenger has interior material quality upgrades. Miramar has armless awning.I am interested in knowing why they are bringing back the gas range with induction. Do people not like the induction? Interested in folks who have the induction what their thoughts are on this.