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Old 07-02-2015, 12:42 PM   #11
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If i knew they were commng out with a fiberglass roof i may have held out For a 2016. Denver mattress is terrible ill get a better night sleep in the over night bunk even with my kids kicking me all night.
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Same here, little pissed as dealer didn't mention new model upgrades! (understandable)
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Old 07-02-2015, 01:01 PM   #12
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I was actually going to start negotiating on a 2015 MV that was on the lot. Than they told me it was sold but a 2016 arrived that morning.

The rest is writing itself. Sometimes things line up.
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Old 07-02-2015, 02:20 PM   #13
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actually for me my new 2015 Greyhawk is just fine..See my comments prior...sure some things I don't like..but overall the 2016 specs don't look that important...That Denver Mattress is just fine for my wife and I....
Hey...wait for the 2017 Greyhawk...it will be way better LOL
The moral of this story is it is all Marketing Planned Obsolence....to lighten our wallet...just my two cents.
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Old 07-02-2015, 02:23 PM   #14
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As well you should be happy w/ it. Its a fine machine. Of all the things listed I'm personally happy w/ the fiberglass roof. But there is nothing wrong w/ the 15s (or the 14s or the ...).
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Old 07-02-2015, 09:22 PM   #15
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am enjoying our 2015 out!oor grill a lot...with coach propane hook-up..attaches easily to side under awning...love it ..today...cooking outside in 92 degree heat saves inside our 29mv for a cool evening..shame they deleted this value package item...
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I wonder if the day will ever come when a class C gas coach has a combo washer/dryer option? Would like to see that.

One thing I love with the 2016 Jayco enhancements is the much lighter interior wall panelling; it really brightens up the look of them.
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Old 07-03-2015, 07:33 AM   #17
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The LED lights are an energy saver, very good.
The even bigger entry door window is not good, unless it comes with a shade to block the sun light and heat. We are always blocking ours to keep cooler plus let the kids sleep in.
Be sure the LED lights have a dimmer and a wall switch. Our new Montana has overhead lights that are too bright and have no dimmer and others that can only be turned on at the light. Both of these are inconvenient.

Not sure about the design of the entry door. but I have seen some that eliminate the screen door and give you a small screen opening in the main door. In summer, you want the large amount on ventilation the screen door provides.
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day 3 of our first Camping experience with our new 2015 Greyhawk 29mv...
Love the power awning with LED lights....we added more LED lights in slide out bedroom....Jayco did ceiling LED's only...I swapped out those old 12v. bulbs for LED's in the microwave surface light, the shower, the bedroom overhead storage unit...the kitchen counter lights, and all the storage compartments below...weird they only do stuff sorta half way.
Our 15,000 btu AC is working great here in 90 degree plus weather in the NW.
happy safe 4th of July Fellow Jayco folks.
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I wonder if the day will ever come when a class C gas coach has a combo washer/dryer option? Would like to see that.

One thing I love with the 2016 Jayco enhancements is the much lighter interior wall panelling; it really brightens up the look of them.
I like a brighter interior too. Our 2011 is lighter. Looks like the exterior only comes in darker colors, not good in the hot summer sun.
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day 3 of our first Camping experience with our new 2015 Greyhawk 29mv...
Love the power awning with LED lights....we added more LED lights in slide out bedroom....Jayco did ceiling LED's only...I swapped out those old 12v. bulbs for LED's in the microwave surface light, the shower, the bedroom overhead storage unit...the kitchen counter lights, and all the storage compartments below...weird they only do stuff sorta half way.
Our 15,000 btu AC is working great here in 90 degree plus weather in the NW.
happy safe 4th of July Fellow Jayco folks.
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Hey Stev,

I too, am replacing all my lights to LED but I ran into a problem on the overhead kitchen counter lights on my 29MV. What number are they ? I accidentally rubbed off the number when attempting to pull out. (The single and double overhead counter lights). Boy, the counter lights really make it warm when turned on. Same was the issue with the overhead bed reading lights. Once I changed those....Boy, what a difference.

Thanks again for the assist.

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