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Don Beavers from Ontario says:

What we like best about the Breeze is its size and drivability. It is just the right size for exploring the country side by back roads rather that in

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Voted Most Helpful Review 2011 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR View Listings

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What we like best about the Breeze is its size and drivability. It is just the right size for exploring the country side by back roads rather that interstates and super highways. There are so many small towns and parks to be explored and you are able to gain entry to many of the smaller private parks as well as State, Provincial, or National parks. Being self contained, you are also able to tuck your self away in many out of the way quiet places to enjoy the peace and quiet and watch the stars. The layout of the coach is very cozy while still having more than adequate storage for everything you need on your adventure. We've spent 4 months during the last 3 winters living in the coach and did not want for anything. We think it's the perfect RV.
- Don Beavers, Ontario

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2019-11-19 2014 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR View Listings

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SUMMARY: We struggled to enjoy this RV. Bought it new, kept it for 2 years and under 10k miles, then sold for around $30k less.than our purchase price which we think was getting off lucky given our feelings about it. PROS: - Aesthetics play a big part for this unit. It certainly looks sharp. - The layout works well enough for longer term use. We traveled up to 4 months at a time and found it just large enough. - Underside storage bays are huge pass-throughs which allowed us to put expensive bicycles down there to keep them safe and clean. - air ride suspension allows the RV to be dropped down when parked. CONS: (too many) - #1 gripe is the extremely POOR insulation which greatly effected livability in both warmer and cooler temps. The Breeze was like an oven anytime temps got over 75F. During our long stay in AZ during the winter, we frequently had to use reflexive foil sheets on all the sun exposed windows even though the outdoor temps were only just comfortable. Conversely it did not hold heat and needed ceramic auxiliary heaters any time the temps were under 55F. Even with dual heaters going throughout the night, we still froze. Oh, also installed the insulated foil stuff over all the windows to try keeping out the cold draft... didn't help much. FYI, heat pump installed with the AC unit is useless below 45F, leaving you to burn through your propane running the gas heater. Overall, the livable temperature range of this unit is severely limited to only around 20F (55-75F). - driver's side slideout is very poor fitting. It had a large gap along the bottom, enough to put my hand through to the inside of the unit after flipping down the single excuse of a weather strip. On colder nights in AZ had to pull in the slideout to try limiting excessive heat loss. - rear motor emits tons of heat into the back bedroom and takes many hours to dissipate after a long drive. Motor is extremely noisy for a long day of driving giving us headaches. - the fiberglass header cap at the front above the windscreen is completely uninsulated. I found this out by accident while removing the water tank display panel. Nothing up there except the outside fiberglass shell. - rear cap also had no insullation. found this out while sorting out the mess of AV wiring and components stuffed into the upper cabinets. - cheap windows that have large gaps between the sliders and fixed panes, plus weep holes, etc. Definitely not all season windows. - highway driving is quite wallowy, especially when any pickup truck or larger passed by. - engine ECU lost programming while RV was stored plugged in to land power. RV had to be towed to a service center. - had a turbo pressure sensor hose blow, resulting in limping through the remainder of our trip and many panic calls to Tiffin support. Once home, another trip to the service center. - passenger slideout fiberglass shell underside cracked from sitting directly on the roller mechanisms. They installed aftermarket plates to try fixing this. - very soft paint finish that scratches and scuffs extremely easily. On the plus side, a professional body touch up (buffing) > $1000 can restore much of the original look.
- Bryan, Idaho

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2019-08-16 2012 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR View Listings

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This RV is a perfect size for 2 people and 4 dogs traveling to dog shows. Or with the crates removed and the cabinet and couch reinstalled would be fun for 4 people to use with ease for any adventure. All the features are functional and diesel mileage is approximately 10 mpg. It's a Tiffin so reliability and product support is not a worry.
- Cindy Garcia, California

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2019-05-20 2017 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 32BR View Listings

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May wife and I have owned two Tiffin products, both were Allego Breezes. Main things we liked about owning Tiffin was the wonderful support they offer. They are known for doing whatever it takes to make their customers happy. Twice they replaced items that were out of warranty just because we asked about it. There phone o Tech’s are extremely knowledgeable and you don’t have to wait forever to reach them. The Breeze is like owning a luxury RV but in a smaller, more maneuverable size. They handle well and have all the features you might expect to have in a more expensive motorhome. We towed a Chevy Equinox and it felt like it wasn’t there—no problem in hilly country. The 32’ Breeze has two living room opposing slide outs which provides a huge living space.
- Frank Harwood , Georgia

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2019-01-26 2011 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 28BR View Listings

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We highly recommend this RV. We've traveled all over the US. We've boondocked, stayed in local, state and national parks and in commercial campgrounds/RV parks. It's a wonderful floorplan for 2 adults on a trip lasting several months or for a family for shorter trips. Plenty of storage for when we started in Florida in January and went to Oregon, Utah, Nevada and California by March, thus needing all seasons of clothing. The short length allows camping in state and national parks and forests. We've dry camped at 4H sites, fairgrounds, and county and city parks and never had a problem with running out of water or room in the waste tanks. Excellent quality. Solid wood cabinets and doors/drawer fronts.
- Diana Frederick, Florida

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2018-01-26 2011 Tiffin Allegro Breeze 28BR View Listings

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The Allegro Breeze is probably the best diesel pusher for near-full time travelers and/or those just starting out to enjoy the country and the traveling community. Driving is a "breeze". In and out for shopping, such as Walmart, was not an issue. We did not have any restrictions using state parks that the larger models experience. While it is rated for sleeping 6, that can become over crowded. It is really perfect for a couple. We have used it three (3) years in a row, each trip between 5 and 6 months. Kitchen built for one (at a time). Privacy doors, one each living room to bathroom and bedroom to bathroom a real bonus when guest do spend the night.
- Steve Shrum, Florida

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