Yep,good point.But what you will find with Rvs is not the age or the mileage it's how they've been treated, serviced looked after etc........There's some crackingThe Phaeton is a bit big I think. Also older and higher mileage.
The engines are basically the same ( which ever way you look at it a Cummins engine is a million mile engine ) what changes is vnt turbo, egr and particulate and various combinations of the above.I believe the Phaeton ISC 360 changed to DEF in 2010 from the low sulfur version, so check out the engine. I know on US Monaco forums the low sulfur engine prior to DEF was problematical, although our resident Cummins expert will tell all.
I agree. I reckon with a bit of remodelling I can get a 36 ft in my drive. Much bigger could be a real struggle.In my opinion 36 ft max ok,Over that and you are restricting where you can go if you want to use Caravan club sites etc.If you are a hardened rallier then sky's the limit as more often than not you're parked in a bloody great field.
For us one big consideration is where to park the thing......Again,personally I couldn't keep my pride and joy in a compound so that might have a bearing on what size you can have.
There will be members who disagree with me but that's the beauty of this forum.
I had seen that on the web. Is it a full electric coach?Well if you can do that have a look at the Allegro Bus at Empire RV.
I was in there last Wednesday and saw her in the flesh......Fabulous inside and out.James had a real struggle getting me out of it !!!.....Certainly worth the trip down and a lovely part of the country to visit too.