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Old 05-03-2020, 02:23 PM   #1
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Considering a Via 25R

We currently have a Forest River Solera Sprinter MH (2012-50K+miles), bed in the back passenger side corner like a Via 25P. My wife and I are getting older and she being just 3' 28" tall - figure that out - has a difficult time in getting in and out of bed. Considering a Via 25R. Does anyone have a picture to post of the space between the bed and the cabinets with the slide out retracted? All the pictures I see are with it extended.

BTW our Sprinter's VERY best fuel consumption has been 13 MPG. I know we push a lot of air with the cabover bed and I do drive a bit faster 70+ MPH but even when I have tried to drive slower but not improved. The only thing I could think of for the better mileage reported by Via owners is the streamlined and lower height of the vehicle.

Photo please, bed to wardrobe clearance when slide out retracted.
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