TUPFAM wrote:Has anyone had a chance to see the new Visa in person? I like the layout of the 19RSD, but there aren't any available in my area.
TUPFAM wrote:Thanks for the info. Did the floor feel solid to you? I have been in a few ultra-lites that the floor had a 'spring' feel when walked on. I like the idea that there is no rubber roof to mess with. Also, did you notice if the front bed can be lifted for storage access?
deltamark wrote:What other trailers have you considered?
rbyham wrote:BTW, lowest price I have on it so far is $14,800. so don';t fall for that $18,900 pitch...
deltamark wrote:Just curious ... in which state was the dealer where you got your price? Was it Ohio, by chance?rbyham wrote:BTW, lowest price I have on it so far is $14,800. so don';t fall for that $18,900 pitch...
Doctor Debit wrote:I did get to look at one in Cincinnati. It totally lived up to my expectations from researching it on the web. That one was sold, but put down a deposit for the next one coming in. Construction seems very solid, and layout is fantastic for 2 person camping. My only disappointment was that there is no room for an oven. I may replace the microwave with a micro/convection combo unit. Looking forward to summer. Web price as of a few weeks ago was 15,200.
My last RV was a KZ hybrid (20 foot). It was decent overall, but the floor did feel flimsy.
Hey while I'm here, any Visa owners using a generator? The Yamaha 2400i doesn't officially state that it will power a camper A/C, lots of bloggers say they are using one and it works fine. Since the Visa has an 11.5 unit rather than 13.5, I would think this would be OK, but wondering if anyone has tried it. I could go with 2 of the Honda 2K's but that would be a lot of extra work if I could get by with one 2400i.
Doctor Debit wrote:Maybe that was yours that we looked at. We are still waiting on ours to come in.
I thought I set this up to notify me when there were posts, but it doesn't seem to do that. My email is email@example.com. Let me know how you like it. Haven't made up my mind about the generator yet, but leaning toward the Yamaha 2400i.
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