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Thinking Of Buying A Tiffin 45LP Allegro Motorhome? Watch This First

The first year of owning an RV can bring lots of surprises. Last year David and Brenda Bott moved from a 42 foot 2008 Tour Master to a 45 foot Tiffin Allegro 45 LP motorhome.

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.

Original video by David Bott

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.

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1 thought on “Thinking Of Buying A Tiffin 45LP Allegro Motorhome? Watch This First”

  1. Super video! Great information that can easily be overlooked, especially the 40 foot retractable extension cord! Love the editing! Hoping to become fulltime within the year! Cheers!

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