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Dennis and Janet King
Reviewed on January 12, 2023
We have had our 2017 Georgetown 364ts new since July 5th 2017. We are at 39,647 miles. We have the full body paint . We wondered if we made the right decision in paying the extra $10,000 but we are so glad we did! It looks like the day we bought it. We could not be happier. We are thinking of selling and get...
We have had our 2017 Georgetown 364ts new since July 5th 2017. We are at 39,647 miles. We have the full body paint . We wondered if we made the right decision in paying the extra $10,000 but we are so glad we did! It looks like the day we bought it. We could not be happier. We are thinking of selling and getting a new one. The first tune up on the engine is at 99,000 miles! This V-10 is a workhouse and I have heard people going to 200-300,000 miles on a V-10. We absolutely love the huge residential fridge and 2,000 watt inverter. The 5,500 Onan Generator The 2 Full Baths, the kingsize bed, large bunk beds with tv's, 5 TVs, bunk over cab, no carpet in the coach or storage places makes it easy to keep clean. The LVT floors look like the floors at home. The two AC units and the 2 gas furnaces that both have electric heat strips if you want to save on propane. The 3 burner gas stove and nice size oven with large Convection Microwave and solid surface counters make it feel like home. We installed a DISH Satellite System for times when we are out of cell service and can't watch tv using my I-phone Hotspot. The Combination Washer and Dryer has worked flawlessly sine we purchased the RV and has saved us so much time and we don't need to being near as many clothes. The pullout is a queen size and the RV easily sleeps 8 people. The 6 speed transmission makes for less engine noise. The stereo system is great and also has a dvd player! The two 6 gallon water heaters use electric or propane and two water pumps make it perfect for full time RVing. If one goes out you always have a backup. We still work but have gone on a couple of long trips 4,000 miles out West and Glacier National Park and to the Florida Keys 7 times and lake Erie, Douglas Lake next to the Smokies and a few other places. The coach is the perfect match for being large enough and heavy enough to give a great ride. We have never had to do any type of upgrade on the suspension . It is very easy to handle one or two fingers but a hand or two is probably safer. We keep the tires at proper pressure and use a TPS system also. We store it inside 10 months of the year on a concrete floor in an enclosed building. It has a Fiberglass roof that is considered the best . There is a ton of storage. For the money there is nothing we have found in 7 years we like near as much.