Lengths of motorhomes (Rant)

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Caztur, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. Caztur

    Caztur Funster

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    Just looking around for my next new to me motorhome.

    Why do most dealers (and most private sellers as well) not bother to give the length of each vehicle they are selling?

    They must have that info to hand to hand so why not state it?

    I'm looking for something under 18 feet - that's far more important to me than what whistles and bells it has, and if it is too long then there's no point in torturing myself studying the pretty pictures showing the layout.

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    that's not very fair especially if you have a 23ft 9" motorhome:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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  3. Bellini

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    On UK websites, I agree. But most sellers on mobile.de give good dimension data in their adverts.

    Worth looking on there to see which models you're interested in and then that will give you a better shortlist for the UK, where applicable.
     
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    What I found annoying was that most ads didn't say what the base vehicle was,as if it didn't matter.
     
  5. BritStops

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    Or similarly, those that are selling a "Fiat" motorhome! :RollEyes:

    Steve :Smile:
     
  6. Caztur

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    True, although I can usually spot the difference between a Ducato, a Scudo and a Partner! :Smile:
     
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