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Old 04-10-2013, 08:58 AM   #1
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Just went to an RV Open House at a local dealership. We bought a 2011 Zinger 25SB there before and looked at the 2013 Zinger 25SB. The new Zinger has leather seats, leather couch and no outside access panel for storage under the couch. The interior is darker. Otherwise, they appear to be the same. In the 2011, the couch is stand alone and can be moved/removed. The 2013 seems to have a permanent installation and likely the reason for the lack of the external access for under sofa storage.

Getting ready for the first of the season outing in another week. Snow on the lawn is almost all gone. Hope it stays that way <grin>.
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Old 04-10-2013, 09:46 AM   #2
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The color differences can easily just be a difference in the interior of the campers. Zinger has at least 3 different interior styles. If it is like the dealer by use almost all of the in stock units have the Chestnut interior which is darker in color and has the leather couch and seating at the dinette.

I'm not sure about the storage but I know our 2014 28BH has a standalone removable couch so there would be no way to put storage under it.


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also the newer zingers had upgraded lights from what ours had.
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Oh my Zinger has the stand alone removable couch AND storage under it from the outside.
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They added the wider spaced axles, colored tin wrap around top, new tri-fold sleeper couch, new optional Denver mattress, and a few subtle changes to colors and fixtures. The price has nudged too - we built a 33BH and the price was pushing the upper 30k range for MSRP, a lot of coin for a tin sided and wood framed unit.
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The 2011 has the wider spaced axels, so that's not new. This unit we saw had a $30K price tag but was being offered as a show special for $22K. Probably sold for $21K after the show (grin).
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