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2022 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 32SA Class A - Gas reviews

5.0 (1 reviews)
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5.0

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Reviewed on March 11, 2023

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5.0
Currently owning a 2022 Open Road 32 SA, I can say that this coach has the best floor plan, for a unit this size. When the slides are retracted, for driving, one can still, easily walk down the aisle to the restroom, or bedroom. A window over the length of the kitchen-counter, makes fixing meals or snacks a... read more
Currently owning a 2022 Open Road 32 SA, I can say that this coach has the best floor plan, for a unit this size. When the slides are retracted, for driving, one can still, easily walk down the aisle to the restroom, or bedroom. A window over the length of the kitchen-counter, makes fixing meals or snacks a delight, because of the bright and cheerful kitchen., with a outside view! And who doesn't love a seat in the shower? For the senior-campers, it's a god-send! The holding tanks are superior, in this size RV - Gray - 66 gal; Black - 50 gal., allowing for extended dry-camping (boon-docking). We've done 2 weeks straight, dry-camping in this unit. The new Ford V-8 gas engine gets alot better gas-mileage than the old V-10s! From Red Bay, AL, to Grand Rapids, MI, to Las Vegas, we got 9.4 mpg! In our prior RV, a 32 ft. Class A, gas, we got 6.25 mpg. The multi-color fireplace and bedroom ceiling fan will keep you comfortable on cool, or hot days! We really love the automatic front windshield shades! One shade is a see-thru-sun-shade, to be used while driving, plus there is a black-out privacy shade. All windows have sun-shades and black-out shades. And who has left a coach, with the awning out, only to have a strong wind come up? No worries - this coach has a wind-sensitive, automatic awning retracting sensor. To protect the awning from the elements, while traveling, it is completely enclosed by an awning-housing. Our fox-terrier loves the doggie window, lying in his bed, by it, and looking out at the scenery! You can't go wrong with this model!
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