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Old 09-12-2015, 03:42 PM   #1
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Product line comparsons

How do the Cossoads lines rack and stack by price, quality and luxury?
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Old 09-13-2015, 09:35 AM   #2
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How do the Cossoads lines rack and stack by price, quality and luxury?
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What I have found is that rating different manufactures, and models of campers is totally subjective...I might totally disagree with what you think is a great camper, due to quality, price and floorplan...Also there is and ebb and flow within the RV industry, which is sometimes caused by the manufacturer...As in the case of Crossroads reducing their warranty from two years to one year...There were plenty of people that complained about that decision on this forum, and I am sure it probably helped to turn some potential buyers away...Which is why according to a post on this forum CR is reversing that policy...

As far as I know there is no organization or company that rates RV's...If I am incorrect I am sure there are members of this forum that will correct me...That being said I own a 305SKP and am very happy with it, but I will be attending the up coming Hershey RV Show this Saturday, because when push comes to shove, the only way to determine if an RV is made with quality, with the right price, luxury, and floorplan, is to determine that for yourself...IMHO
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Thank you, but actually i was trying to learn more about Crossroad lines. I think Elevations are top, Rushmore is possibly next when comparing expensiveness, quality, luxery etc. How might the other Crossroads lines fit? What is their entry level?

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You will just have to scour their web site.
They have a few more rigs that are more expensive then the Elevation.
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I came across this website a while back in the middle of our buying experience. Not exactly sure how they are rated, but they're grouped by year and type.
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Old 09-13-2015, 04:51 PM   #6
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Example, when we look at Ram 2500 trucks, we see positioned from premium to value ...Laramie Limited, Laramie Longhorn, Laramie, Bighorn, SLT and Trademan. I am trying to organize the Crossroads lines in a similar, more linear way. I did not imtend to distract the discussion with quality, cust sat and ratings. Sorry about that.
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I think what you are looking for is answered by website layout. We know enough people with different CR products that seems to back this up.

For example, The Z-1 is entry level, Zinger "up" one level, next is Rezerve, then Sunset Trail, etc.

The exception I think is the Ice Seeker - which is a very specific rig in it's design.
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Perfect... Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks ewbldavis and all.
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