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Mark

California

Reviewed on 2014-12-16

RV reviewed2006 Country Coach Allure 430 Alder Lake

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4.0
Hi, our experience with this coach has been terrific. Fit and finish on any Country Coach is some of the best you will find in any of the machines out there. We purchased this one used with 22k miles and in brand new condition. Tows like there is nothing back there even with the motorcycle lift on the back ( that's an extra 300 lbs. without the Harley). This is not a beginner rig thou. It comes in at 42500 lbs. base gvrw. Rated at 55000 total GVRW. 400 Cummins pusher Allison trans. it has all the power you will need. Avg fuel is at 7 to 9 mpg. Comes with an 8.0 Onan diesel gen set that can power every thing in the place at once (I know I checked) Exterior paint is custom with graphics and real easy to maintain, I am glad we waited to find this rig. had it for about two years and counting! Country Coach was not building for about 5 or 6 years and next year they are unveiling o brand new line up 2015 model . They still do all service and parts as needed in Oregon. Sorry I do not have any negatives for you. hope this is of some help to you
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Aaron Buckton

Florida

Reviewed on 2021-06-01

RV reviewed2010 Country Coach Inspire Veranda

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5.0
When I was shopping for my first RV and saw this incredible Class A with a FOLD OUT DECK: I HAD TO HAVE IT!!! What better way to REALLY EXPERIENCE the outdoors and traveling than by having one's own HUGE DECK!! Country Coach calls it a Veranda, but Veranda or Deck or Patio, this is simply the most amazing feature to come out in the RV industry since the advent of slide-outs. The Deck/Veranda folds out with an incredibly smooth hydraulic system that makes a 16' wide x 4' deep deck, with an integrated railing. This also folds back to become almost half of the passenger side wall. Three beautiful floor to ceiling glass doors slide to open out to the deck and they also have 3 more mesh doors to keep the flying bugs out. Once the deck is down and you open the doors, the RV is so spacious. Do NOT get this Deck/Veranda confused with the flimsy fold out decks that require stands for the ground. The Veranda has an incredible weight capacity of 3,600 pounds!! And it's also totally weather proof. Even the electric awning that covers it will retract automatically if it gets windy (you can set the sensitivity). The deck even has an electric articulating fold out 40" LCD TV, outside! And it stows in an electric locked sealed storage, so no fearing someone trying to steal it. After searching for a while, I managed to purchase one of the very few around (I think people hold on to them!!) because they are hard to find! I was also super impressed with so many incredible additional features, some that aren't even offered in million dollar plus coaches, such as radiant heated tile floors with 3 separate zone thermostat control of AC cooling/heating plus forced air heat from the AC Heat Exchangers AND a diesel powered furnace that also makes instant SUPER HOT WATER. And the fact that it had a separate second toilet and vanity was another bonus! Now my visitors (because everyone wants to see the RV when I park it), they can use the 'guest bathroom' and we keep the master bathroom closed off. And it easily and comfortably fits a real king sized bed, with ample space on both sides and the end to walk around. Also, the dining table is not your traditional booth, but a portable and super sturdy table with an expandable insert that comfortably seats 4 and even a cozy 6 person arrangement. Having the ability to easily move the table out onto the deck or have it inside, make it bigger or smaller, are all so well thought out. Separate dining chairs are also much nicer to use versus the inflexible size of booth seating. This feels like you are really eating in your own home and not a squished booth. Then I discovered it also has a full surround sound system inside and a 50" TV in the living area and a third TV in the bedroom; all able to watch their own programming! Finally, I have to compliment Country Coach on the massive amounts of storage. They really have left no wasted space. There is SO much storage inside the RV and then two huge bays under the coach with electric slide trays that extend out either side - sooo helpful and handy to load and unload. No more reaching in! Other than regular maintenance, I haven't had any major mechanical issues with mine. I did have to replace the tires after I had a blowout (NOT FUN), but I was told that tires only have a certain amount of 'years of life'. Oh and speaking of mechanical, mine also has a Turbo Cat Engine and Cat transmission with Air Brakes and ABS. She just purrs along so smoothly at 80-85mph and when I need to stop, it will STOP FAST!! If I drive at 65mph, I get about 8 MPG, but if I go 80 mph, I get about 5 MPG!! Fuel tank has fillers on both sides, so if you use a truck stop, you can refuel very quickly. I think the fuel tank is about 100 gallons. I easily get 600 miles from one fill. It has a HUGE propane tank, and in the 6 years I have had mine, I have only had to refill it once, and it's still 75% full! Fresh water is about 225 gallons and separate grey and black water tanks are big enough to go for 2 - 3 days without a dump. But it also has a 'MACERATOR', which I had never used before, but this is yet another thing that I will never do without again. The macerator 'grinds and liquifies' the black and grey water into such small bits that you can use a regular 1" garden hose to PUSH your 'waste water dump' up to 100 feet away!! No more mess or stink!!! I hope this review helps anyone considering buying a used one of the Country Coach Veranda models. They are VERY RARE! And I am surprised they are not more expensive than I see on RV Trader now. When mine was new, I believe the MSRP was about $699,000!!! But still worth it at that price! I do know that Country Coach went into bankruptcy but was bought by Winnebago a few years ago. Whenever I have needed parts or support they have been able to help.
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Ron

California

Reviewed on 2021-05-09

RV reviewed2007 Country Coach Tribute 260 - TOURING

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4.6
Country Coach is high end. Too expensive brand new but you get wonderful quality at affordable prices used. Rides like a dream and quiet inside. Spacious, light and airy. You’ve got to love that Cat 400 hp engine.
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Tom Buka

Florida

Reviewed on 2021-03-17

RV reviewed2000 Country Coach Affinity 42DS

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4.2
I traded my 1996 Affinity 8 years of ownership for a 2000 Country Coach Affinity, could not be happier. The1996 was on a Gillig bus chassis and the 2000 on the first year of the Dynomax chassis. The steering radius is 56 deg. You will not get mouse trapped. Very stable with tag axel at 75 mph. We love the 2 slide outs. The 2000 model has the same chassis until the end of Country Coach. Very solid good looking running couch
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5.0
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Howard ODonnell

Florida

Reviewed on 2021-03-07

RV reviewed2003 Country Coach Allure

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5.0
Nice clean 2003 Country Coach Allure 2 Slides 144k miles Tag Axel. Cummings Diesel 370 ISL/ Tow kit 8KW ONAN Gen 2 NEW DOMETIC Roof AC/ DASH AIR.Diesel Hydro heat and electric floor heat. Air ride/brakes/leveler. Dometic fridge freezer w ice. Propane stove micro /oven convection. Tires Toyo 1.5 year old 3 batteries new w 2 solar panel charge. 3 new smart tvs/Dish net sat.Power Awning. Awnings over all windows Plenty of storage Ready to go.Must sell moving $79,900.00 obo
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Tom Buka

Florida

Reviewed on 2021-01-16

RV reviewed2000 Country Coach Affinity 42DS

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4.2
2000 was the first year for the dynomax chassis, and Prevost front independent suspension. I traded a 1996 Affinity on a Gilig chassis, no comparison to the 2000. I have opened the 2000 for 2 years, drove over 7000 miles last year with ease. I could not be more pleased, same chassis used until the end of CC. This radiator is steel not aluminum that will leak over time.
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5.0
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Linda Fenton

Vermont

Reviewed on 2020-09-16

RV reviewed2000 Country Coach Allure Deschutes

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3.4
This coach has served us well. The only discouraging factor is that the company has closed. It is now serviced by Winnabago. It has so much storage inside and in bays. Love the bathroom as the shower is separate. Comfortable for women to drive. Most of our driving was on interstate.
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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William Allen

California

Reviewed on 2020-07-07

RV reviewed1995 Country Coach Affinity

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4.2
We have owned the 1995, 38 ft. Affinity for about 15 years. Yes we have had a few minor problems, but over all it has been a great motor home and we love it. It now has about 125000 miles on it, and I would not hesitate to take on a cross country trip tomorrow. One thing about Country Coach, not only were they great to work with, but so were their suppliers, such as Fantastic Fan.
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5.0
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Michael Watts

Florida

Reviewed on 2020-06-13

RV reviewed1994 Country Coach Magna 360RG

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5.0
Great to drive very good horse power pulled my Dodge 2500 diesel with ease. The 22.5 295 16 ply fs561 I put on her hold the road great when you pass or are passed by big riggs very little push. I lived full time in this coach for 5 months through the winter in the north Texas panhandle the cold was a breeze no issues one so ever
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5.0
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Lance Cross

Oregon

Reviewed on 2020-03-13

RV reviewed2007 Country Coach Magna Galileo 630

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4.2
Bought ours from Premier in Junction City Or. It was gorgeous, and Premier had spiffed it up. We have owned it 5 years now, and wouldn’t trade it for anything else on the market regardless of price. Ours has the 625 HP Caterpillar engine, a powerful and reliable engine. This what he likes: Performance and great handling, whether it is doing the screwball curves of Umpquah River Road or I-5. This is a stiff and able road machine and almost agile for her 45’. She likes: Livability, heated floors, dishwasher, the works- no complaints. Looking for a motorhome? We recommend test driving one of these before going exotic with a or Newal.
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