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Lon Lawrence from New Mexico says:

We have had lots of RVs, two Class Bs, one Class C, two Class As, travel trailers in 13', 16', 17', and 27', and a fully self-contained full-sized pic

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We have had lots of RVs, two Class Bs, one Class C, two Class As, travel trailers in 13', 16', 17', and 27', and a fully self-contained full-sized pickup camper and except for the 40' diesel pusher Class A with 4 slides (and Lazy-Boy recliners), we've never found any that were comfortable to sit around in and relax/watch TV. You either have to sit upright at a dinette or lay on the bed. Evenings can be long with a lot of times spent inside and if the weather turns too bad to be outside hiking, you might spend days indoors. This Pleasure-way Class B has an electric reclining rear couch (that makes into twin beds or a king bed) and ottomans are perfect to sit around in for many hours. It's the most comfortable RV we've ever owned. It's also the most fun to drive and the most economical at 25 mpg. 2006 is the last year Mercedes used the very reliable and economical 5 cylinder inline turbo-diesel and it's the best engine they ever built. Everything about this van is perfect for a couple and the factory support on vans that are out of warranty is out of this world.
- Lon Lawrence, New Mexico

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