Over the next twelve months (including 12 days boondocking in Quartzsite, Arizona), the couple had a mostly pleasant experience with their new diesel pusher.
Because they’re full-timers, it didn’t take long for them to figure out what they liked and disliked about their new coach.
If you only use your RV seasonally or for just a few days at a time, it may take a bit longer for certain things to stand out and ‘get under your skin’.
Besides some mechanical issues like a cracked windshield (from a rock) and two failed air-conditioners, on balance they’ve enjoyed living in their new Tiffin motorhome.
A year after their purchase (to the month) David and Brenda produced a video in which they talk candidly about what it’s like to own and live in a Tiffin Allegro, as well as some upgrades they’ve made once they settled in.
When you’re researching new RVs, it’s so helpful to get a glimpse into what it’s like to own a larger model. In the past, it was a lot more difficult to talk with former and current owners about a potential puchase.
Now, with the help of the Internet and YouTube, getting a firsthand look at your next RV model is just a few clicks away! Thanks David and Brenda for sharing your experience with all of us.