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Old 10-11-2016, 03:18 PM   #1
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New "Upscale" Class "C" from JAYCO

From RV Business:

New ENVOY from JAYCO

http://www.rvbusiness.com/2016/10/ja...ith-new-envoy/
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Old 10-11-2016, 03:49 PM   #2
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Gives something to look at, will see when more information becomes available.
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I wonder if they will offer a combo w/d option in a gas C? Seems like laundry is only ever available in the diesel 'super' C's.
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Another possible water problem with that huge windshield in the front cap?
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I really think that Jayco will not hit one out of the park 'till they allow folks to pick their options on their Motor-homes.

We looked at the Grayhawks, but their was just so much stuff that we neither needed or wanted, such as in-dash navigation system, side view cameras, tank-less water heater, ceiling lights that you can't change the bulbs in, leveling system, etc.

I've always thought that they should just offer a Jayco Hawk Class C, and let the buyer outfit it anyway they wanted (wow, customer first... what a concept).

We ended up getting a Redhawk, and having the dealer add the slide toppers and thermostatically controlled roof hatch fans. Would have gotten dual pane windows if they offered them from the factory.

Perhaps someday....
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The diesel platform will be interesting, but with the 200 already starting in the low 100K range it's not going to come cheap.
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That huge cabover glass will be a giant heat collector in a coach that already struggles with it's 15K BTU A/C. Hopefully, it will be equipped with 50 amp service and 2 Air Conditioners. Even then, Cargo carrying capacity will be severely impacted.
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Yes I agree a great heat source and something to knock out with a campground tree ha. The reason they got away from a front window before was leak problems and they go back to same design
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That huge cabover glass will be a giant heat collector in a coach that already struggles with it's 15K BTU A/C. Hopefully, it will be equipped with 50 amp service and 2 Air Conditioners. Even then, Cargo carrying capacity will be severely impacted.
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Yes I agree a great heat source and something to knock out with a campground tree ha. The reason they got away from a front window before was leak problems and they go back to same design
I agree w/ both of you.
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Originally Posted by alvinator That huge cabover glass will be a giant heat collector in a coach that already struggles with it's 15K BTU A/C. Hopefully, it will be equipped with 50 amp service and 2 Air Conditioners. Even then, Cargo carrying capacity will be severely impacted.


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Yes I agree a great heat source and something to knock out with a campground tree ha. The reason they got away from a front window before was leak problems and they go back to same design


But....but.....

They showed so well in consumer focus group committees...
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