Would like some advice...

Discussion in 'Bessacarr' started by Plexi, Sep 5, 2014.

  1. Plexi

    Plexi Read Only Funster

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    Hi All.

    We have been looking at the Bessacarr E795 as well as the Lunar Roadstar 726.
    But as we are new to Motor homing we can't make up our minds as to which one.

    The Roadstar has the exact layout but the Bessacarr beats it in my view as regards quality
    such as the wood and furnishings. The only prob I find inside is the dinning area on the Bess, L shape
    as opposed to the face to face type if you know what I mean. But I think that could be changed around.

    Any opinions as regards any highs and lows of the Bessacarr?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Plexi.
     
  2. MikeD

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    Hi and welcome
    I can't help with your query but happy to "bump" you back to the top of the page
     
  3. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    Layout is a personal thing but will always be a compromise between what you want and what you get.
     
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    Compromise on layout, but not quality

    I would caution against making any major changes to the furniture of the Bessy unless it is done professionally .. but even then it could affect it's value when you resell.

    Buyers like to see 'original' .. One man's meat etc ...
     
  5. johnandi

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    It's always a compromise - we went through a similar dilemma when changing our 'van. Decided to make a list and prioritise. Quite good fun and concentrates the mind. I'd agree with Jim that quality would probably come first - you'll learn to live (and love) whatever layout
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