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Old 07-25-2019, 08:41 AM   #1
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Embark QX390

I had no idea these C's ever existed. So our Seneca's evolved from the Embark lineup. And not to be confused with the current Class A Embark RED's. Interesting.
https://www.jayco.com/tools/archive/2011-embark-m/
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I had no idea these C's ever existed. So our Seneca's evolved from the Embark lineup. And not to be confused with the current Class A Embark RED's. Interesting.
https://www.jayco.com/tools/archive/2011-embark-m/
Very short lived. Just like the 2002/2004 Class "A" FIRENZA and AVATAR. The current SENECA only came about because of GM killing off the KODIAK. JAYCO actually started design on the new FREIGHTLINER SENECA in Sept 2010.
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JAYCO actually started design on the new FREIGHTLINER SENECA in Sept 2010.
Interesting. I've found a few 2011/2012 Embark's on the Freightliner M2 chassis for sale and they look very nice. Even has a foot window in the passenger door so you can look out to the ground from driver's position. Had curved sidewalls (nice!) but no cab overhang. I'd say they were very well made, possibly more so than the Seneca reincarnation. I'm sure the post-2008 stock market conditions helped slow the industry down so quality could catch up in these Embark's.

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and look at the GVWR and GCWR ratings!!!!!

Most of the rest of the unit closely resembles the Seneca.
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While it is on a m2 it has the Cascadia dash, much more driver friendly with the wrap around console.
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They are definitely beautiful trucks. I always wondered what their price point was.

In regards to quality, you donít see anyone with an Embark on here talking about their unit LEANING! Or things not working.
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In regards to quality, you don’t see anyone with an Embark on here talking about their unit LEANING! Or things not working.
How many complaints do you see in total about 09-13 units period? Besides, they didn't build that many.

$225,000-$230,000 in 09.
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