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Old 05-15-2016, 04:05 PM   #11
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I have a 2017 29MV on order and supposed to be in the last of May or first part of June. I originally considered the ME but decided I like the bathroom and shower situation better in the MV. I did like the more spacious living area in the ME but I will be traveling alone now since my wife died this last year so that would not be a big factor for me. We had previously had both Class A Dp and fifth wheels so the Class C will be all new to me.

I ordered the front entertainment, the wheels and full body paint for options. I liked the larger Fridge option but don'think I really need it. I just hope I haven't made a mistake in buying this unit at my age.......buts its on the way. We shall see.

Good luck in making your decision and Happy Travels!!
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Old 05-16-2016, 08:04 AM   #12
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Another thing to look for is how much interior space is there when the slides are in. We have plenty of isle space and full access to queen in the back, fridge and kitchen areas when slides are in. This is something to consider if you are "quick camping" and cant/don't want to open slides for the night.
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Old 05-16-2016, 08:52 AM   #13
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Another thing to look for is how much interior space is there when the slides are in. We have plenty of isle space and full access to queen in the back, fridge and kitchen areas when slides are in. This is something to consider if you are "quick camping" and cant/don't want to open slides for the night.
This is so true, and very important.
I recall noticing on some coaches, that when the slides were closed, there was no full access to important things like the frig or the stove. To me that was a deal breaker.


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Old 09-16-2017, 01:04 AM   #14
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We were shopping for a coach back in Feb, had viewed five other models on that day, when we stepped into the '16 Jayco Greyhawk 29MV.

The moment we stepped into the 29MV, the wife was hooked.

Like most everyone here, we love our 29MV .........


This is an older thread but it describes our thoughts exactly the second we stepped inside the 29MV .... we knew it was the one for us. It just felt perfect. We explored one other MH for final comparison but it was really no contest. 😄
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