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Old 03-05-2018, 06:44 PM   #1
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After 30 years of RVing and experiencing different models and brands over the years, we recently purchased our first Class C: a 2009 Winnebago Aspect 30C.

We have had the 40' motorhome, the fifth wheels and the pull behinds. Each fit our lifestyle at the time we purchased it; but things change and what we wanted in our retirement was: user friendly, easy driveability and maneuverability, able to pull into spaces we wouldn't have dreamed of with the larger rig, dependable and solid, and "auto" everything (well, most everything...still waiting for one with auto-dump! lol) So far, our Winnebago seems to fit those criteria.

We were so impressed with the fit and finish of this coach. The couple we bought from had maintained it well, but it is obvious that this is a solidly built rig. It is smaller than we are used to but we are beginning to value the art of downsizing and this will fit in well with our goals.

Looking forward to testing it (and ourselves) this summer when we spend 6 months touring the western US.

I am certain we will have questions. Looking forward to sharing experiences with other members.

Danny and Brenda
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Old 03-19-2018, 08:09 PM   #2
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After 30 years of RVing and experiencing different models and brands over the years, we recently purchased our first Class C: a 2009 Winnebago Aspect 30C.

We have had the 40' motorhome, the fifth wheels and the pull behinds. Each fit our lifestyle at the time we purchased it; but things change and what we wanted in our retirement was: user friendly, easy driveability and maneuverability, able to pull into spaces we wouldn't have dreamed of with the larger rig, dependable and solid, and "auto" everything (well, most everything...still waiting for one with auto-dump! lol) So far, our Winnebago seems to fit those criteria.

We were so impressed with the fit and finish of this coach. The couple we bought from had maintained it well, but it is obvious that this is a solidly built rig. It is smaller than we are used to but we are beginning to value the art of downsizing and this will fit in well with our goals.

Looking forward to testing it (and ourselves) this summer when we spend 6 months touring the western US.

I am certain we will have questions. Looking forward to sharing experiences with other members.

Danny and Brenda
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We are looking forward to hearing about your adventures.
We are here for you two.
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