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CJ

California

Reviewed on 2021-02-27

RV reviewed2004 Four Winds Mandalay 40B

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4.8
the first thing is that this brand/unit had many more features of much more expensive Class A Diesel Motor coaches. The fit and finish was excellent, and the entire rig looked and felt like one of the high end coaches much more expensive in price. The ride was very smooth, comfortable, and the steering
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dwightfthayer

Arizona

Reviewed on 2020-01-11

RV reviewed2008 Four Winds Mandalay Presidio

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5.0
My experienced with this motor home has been a very positive one. It has so many exceptional qualities. It is roomy and has a homey feel to it and driving and maneuvering it is a breeze. I would not hesitate to purchase another motor home just like it.
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Jim L.

Arizona

Reviewed on 2019-02-10

RV reviewed2008 Four Winds Mandalay 40G

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4.8
I am the seller of the 2008 Mandalay. I also had a 2004 Mandalay that we bought new and traveled 65,000 miles in 4 yrs. We loved the brand so much that we bought this "08 Mandalay new with a 425hp Cummins ISL pre DEF fluid requirement. The Mandalay's weren't a mass production motorhome and only 8 to 12 were produced each week. Because there were few options they were an expensive coach but when the economy went down in 2009 to 10. Thor stopped making them and instead brought out cheaper version called Tuscany. It severely lacked the horsepower and ride quality and there were many many options but the price and quality was less. To purchase a new coach of this quality TODAY you would need to spend $350 to 400K
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