swift escape 624

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  1. dshague

    dshague Funster

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    went with my neighbour to look at a 2012 swift escape 624 .he took me along for advice this will be there first van .i looked over van could not find a problem with it ,he says he likes it then asked me would i buy it if i was him .what can you say to that its is money .i have had my share of vans over 20 years and they all are a compromise ,,,said i will ask you good folk ...any one give me the low down warts and all on the swift escape thanks
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Escape range have been popular, not experieced any problems with them, even had them on my hire fleet:thumb:

    Peter
     
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    Bought one the day they came out, nearly 4 years ago. Havn't had any problems with base vehicule or the Swift bit! Any questions,pm me.:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    We bought ours last summer and love it. It's the first motorhome we've owned but I can't think of anything that we'd change.
     
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    I looked at these when we were out searching for the new van.
    Finished up with the Tribute but the Escapes were on the shortlist, "the price was right".:thumb:
    It's good to read that folk are happy with what they have bought.:BigGrin:
    We saw a convoy of them in Scotlland in the Summer, looked like they were all from a hire fleet.
     
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    I wanted a 664 Escape(cos they had the fixed bed) when they were first on sale but was told by the salesman at Lowdhams in Huddersfield..can't get hold of em the demand is outstripping supply..but now looking at going fulltime again and keeping me eye open for one..
     
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    thank you for your replies :Smile:
     
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    As an entry level van i would not have thought they would be up to full time living. BUSBY.
     
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