RV Smackdown – Best Small Class A Diesel Pusher Motorhome


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What’s the best small class A diesel RV? Which motorhome is perfect for me? We get these questions often…so we put it to the test in this RV Smackdown video. We’ve put four different Motorhomes head-to-head in this RV comparison to see which of these new RVs are the best! As always it’s just our opinions, so please take it for what it’s worth.
Here’s what we’re calling the most popular and newest Diesel RVs for 2015:
Thor Palazzo
Holiday Rambler Ambassador
Fleetwood Excursion
Tiffin Allegro RED

Get all the details, ask questions and give your two cents on each RV on our website here: http://www.gonewiththewynns.com/small-class-a-diesel-pusher-rv

See all our Filming and Editing gear here: http://www.gonewiththewynns.com/hd-video-secrets

Camera:
Sony NX30U
Audio:
Sony Shotgun Mic (built-in)
Editing:
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
Magic Bullet Suite

© Gone With the Wynns 2015

*we were not compensated by the dealerships nor are we affiliated in any way, if you want the full disclaimer please read the article.

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30 replies
  1. bargain hunters
    bargain hunters says:

    Not a useful video, class A pushers subject not mastered the way it is supposed to be especially when posting a video to properly compare them. Diesel pushers are first about their chassis and engine then the layout and functionality. You guys present nicely but your notation system is a little childish besides being completely imprecise.

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  2. Juan Macias
    Juan Macias says:

    I'm looking at the Newmar Essex ranging from 2005 to 2008, they run about $100K to $175K. Quality wise the Newmar, even though used are far superior to these. Specifically if you plan to spend the $220K on the last two. There was no input on engine, for something this size you need a 400 to 500HP diesel, what of the generator, the Newmar comes with a 12KW. Then there is reliability, this was not cover either, all of which are important to me, at lerast.

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  3. wesley robson
    wesley robson says:

    talk #'s. horsepower ,torque ,gear ratio , transmission,grey water capacity,black water cap., don't just rate the comfort level.Again u guys are so naïve. not one number mentioned. people want numbers     …………………………………..

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  4. Chris M
    Chris M says:

    We're in our first motorhome, a 2013 Winnebago Access 24V. We've been discussing upgrading and there has been a fair bit of debate over whether to stay with a class C, go to class A, or maybe even super C. We don't full time in it (maybe in a dozen years when the kids are in college) but we do go boondocking. I'd prefer to keep the length to about 30 feet so we can still fit in some of our favorite campsites, and 35' would be the absolute upper limit. I'd prefer an RV fridge so we don't have to run our generator to keep our batteries charged to run a residential refrigerator, and a nice big 4 door RV fridge with plenty of storage would be a bonus. Since we have four of us our stays tend to be limited by water and holding tank capacity (class A wins that) Storage capacity is also a biggie. Since we sometimes bring other people extra sleeping capacity is a bonus, but most of the bunkhouse layouts sacrifice too much kitchen space for my tastes.

    Any thoughts?

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  5. louann3052
    louann3052 says:

    Thank you so much for these reviews. You bring up issues that are very important, yet I might not notice some of the items that you pointed out. Must say I was quite disappointed with plastic sinks, etc. Please keep up the good work/service you both are providing. Lou Ann/Oklahoma

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