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Luxery, Family-Friendly Comforts and Customizable


There’s a good reason the Open Road Allegro has been a beloved Tiffin model for nearly 50 years. This coach checks every box for what owners want in a motorhome, with a luxurious design, innovative technology, reliable performance, and quality construction. The Allegro comes in a variety of intuitive floor plans with features porcelean tile flooring, ultraleather furniture, two high efficiency roof AC's, form-fitted seamless roof cap and handcrafted hardwood cabinetry.

WHY CHOOSE Open Road Allegro

  • Easy-care Tile Floor
  • Energy-efficient Lighting
  • Extraordinaire AC System
  • Handcrafted Cabinets
  • Leak-Resistant Roof

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Sours: https://www.generalrv.com/product-tiffin-motorhomes/open-road-allegro-motor-home-class-a

A Closer Look at Tiffin Innovation

As a family-operated, American-based company, we’re able to control the quality and outcome of our product. We take great pride in every detail and innovation our engineering experts have developed to enhance our customer’s enjoyment of our coaches. And with each year that passes, we aim to refine and improve our processes and products. The Tiffin family members take the standard of quality they’ve worked hard to build behind their name and brand seriously. It’s personal to them, and that sincerity can be seen in their top-rated customer service. They treat their customers as they’d like to be treated.

This year, we have some exciting improvements to our 2021 models. We also have standard innovations on many of our coaches that you may not even be aware of. Keep reading to learn more about a few of these hidden features.

What Classic Innovation Looks Like In A Tiffin

We take great pride in manufacturing as much of the coach as possible, rather than just assembling it from pieces provided by third-party manufacturers. Each Tiffin model has its own set of “standard” features. Although each of the featured innovations listed below may not be available in every model or floor plan, the specifications of any model you’re interested in can be found on our Class A and Class C model pages for your easy access.

Extraordinaire™ System

Our exclusive, quiet climate control technology circulates air to maintain your desired interior temperature. The airflow might even be better than in your home on land.

Energy Efficient Lighting

LED lighting preserves the coach’s battery life, lasting 10 times as long as incandescent bulbs and using a fraction of the energy of incandescent bulbs, meaning you won’t have to replace them as frequently. Plus, unlike incandescent lighting, they won’t raise the temperature inside your coach.

Multiplex System

Our full-coach Spyder Multiplex System allows you to control most of your coach from one centrally located panel, plus, it provides diagnostics to help troubleshoot any issues quickly. Innovative multiplex wiring sends multiple messages through a single set of wires, and fewer wires mean fewer problems. The multiplexed electrical system, with auto-reset fuses and relays, increases reliability and efficiency of the electrical system in your coach.

Seamless Slide-outs

Slide-outs add extra space to the living area by expanding into an openness that feels more like home. Tiffin's Seamless Slide-outs take innovation to an entirely new level.
Built as single fiberglass units, our slide-outs are airtight and watertight, as well as virtually undetectable when closed.

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Dry Step

We’ve designed every Tiffin coach with your safety in mind. To keep the ground dry near the entry door, air conditioning runoff is redirected to the driver’s side of the coach.

Store-It-All Assurance

Our coaches surpass a competitor’s model of equivalent size in the quantity and quality of storage. For instance, our Class A models have ample closet space, and some have extended storage under the coach. Our kitchen drawers are much deeper than what most manufacturers consider “standard,” and many of our coaches have pull-out pantries for optimal storage that takes up the least amount of space.

Tiffin-Built Components

Many components used in our coaches are built by Tiffin craftsmen, which guarantees quality, consistency, and easy replacement. We choose not to rely on outside vendors when we can manufacture it better, so custom-made parts are found throughout our coaches. We were the first to introduce a motorhome with a basement, so we lead the industry in our production of quality compartment doors crafted from aluminum on our state-of-the-art laser cutters. We also use these laser cutters to make parts like vents and decorative elements on our custom cabinetry. We also build our own fiberglass roofs and slideouts. Because we manufacture our own parts, owners can rest assured there’s a replacement part available.

Form-Fitted Roof & Walls

An innovation in motorhome construction, our two-inch, one-piece fiberglass walls provide a leak-resistant barrier, which guarantees you’ll sleep better at night. Our walls and roof framing are all cut with CNC routing technology, which cuts out human error and allows consistent placement of wiring, windows, and beyond. All Tiffin coach roofs are approximately 6” thick and are fully insulated. They may appear flat on the inside of the coach, but on the exterior, they taper for water runoff. Yet another way to prevent leaks and costly fixes! And as a bonus, all our flooring is fully insulated to ensure your comfort, no matter what climate you’re parked in.

Artisan Woodcrafts

We don’t just order cabinets and assemble them. Our cabinetry and solid wood surfaces are meticulously handcrafted and customized for every Tiffin coach by our experienced Red Bay master craftsmen. Producing one cabinet door takes 20 different steps, and the process begins with raw wood. Each piece is inspected for flaws, and only the best are accepted. Then components are squared, planed, and cut. After several rounds of sanding, the wood is ready for glazing. The finished product is covered with multiple coats of high quality, high gloss sealant. And since each piece is manufactured for Tiffin, owners are able to personalize their coach with their choice of finishes.

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Insulated Compartment Doors & Durable Hinges

Hide your storage, water tanks, and power outlets without dreading the day you have to open the door again. Every Tiffin model comes standard with fully insulated compartment doors for efficient temperature control with easy-to-close, durable hinges that make it easier than ever to access what you need.

What’s New In 2021 Tiffin Models

In our 2021 models, we’ve taken extra steps to ensure that our customers are happy with the product they’re investing in when they choose a Tiffin.

While some of the details we’re about to explain might seem small, it’s the little things that make a big difference in the smoothness of a coach’s ride, its longevity and reliability, and the living comforts provided to owners. Here’s a breakdown of what’s new in this year’s 2021 models.

PowerGlide® Chassis

The most important piece of your RV that you can't see is the chassis. Our PowerGlide Chassis isn't a new innovation, but it has several updated features for 2021. Tire pressure monitoring, electronic stability/traction control, and 360 view camera are just a few. Still equipped with a VIP smart wheel and a tilt and telescope steering column, you’ll feel complete confidence behind the wheel. The fuel and brake pedals adjust for your driving comfort. And for enhanced control, it's built with a responsive air leveling system and independent front suspension. Our optional Mobileye Collision Avoidance System is also integrated in the digital dash cluster of every coach that includes the PowerGlide Chassis to help you avoid accidents on the road.

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The PowerGlide Chassis has allowed for added space and extended storage in the 2021 Allegro Bus and the 2021 Phaeton 40 IH and 44 OH floor plans. If you've ever seen an "XSP" or "XSH" label on the outside of a Bus or Phaeton, right after the model name, those "XS" letters stand for "extended storage." The P stands for Pusher, another name for Bus, and the H stands for Phaeton.

The 2021 Allegro Bus, Zephyr, and Allegro Breeze are all built on the PowerGlide Chassis and come equipped with in-dash leveling controls. The 360 View Camera, which allows you to view your coach from any angle as if you have your own personal drone, will also be integrated into the dash for the 2021 Allegro Bus as an option.

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Electronic Stability Control & Traction Control

Now you can drive your motorhome like you drive your regular vehicle. Electronic Stability Control & Traction Control help keep the RV from hydroplaning when it is raining or on a fast turn. We’ve added these controls to all the upcoming 2021 floor plans for the Allegro Breeze, Allegro Bus, and Zephyr.

Tiffin never aims to be as good as our competition – we engineer and innovate to be better. Check one of our motorhomes out for yourself. Find a dealer near you and take a tour by visiting our dealer map.

Sours: https://tiffinmotorhomes.com/blog/a-closer-look-at-tiffin-innovation
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Choosing Our Full Time RV – Part 2

In Part 1 of choosing a full time RV, I argued my way into a 45′ coach and ruled out Tiffin. Here in part 2 I’ll explore some of the pros and cons between Newmar and Entegra motorhomes.

Newmar makes a nice product, so they are still a contender. While their fundamentals are solid, their floor plans and finishes seem lacking — staid even — when compared to Entegra. The huge plus is that Newmar will custom build you a coach with many modifications. Let’s say you see a flooring option in the much more expensive Essex and want it in the Mountain Aire. No problem. Want that really nice kitchen backsplash from the London Aire? Sure. Add an electrical outlet somewhere one doesn’t exist? They’ll do that too.

Another benefit of Newmar is what they call Comfort Drive. While they tout a number of benefits, in my opinion there is only one that I care about: stability in heavy crosswinds. I’ve driven our Dutch Star in 40-50+ mph crosswinds and literally didn’t even know until we stopped and exited the coach. In most other coaches you’re applying counter steer to combat wind the entire time. Here is a Newmar produced video on the benefits.

One downside of both the Mountain Aire and London Aire that is rarely mentioned is the greater overall height of the RVs as compared to Entegra. A Mountain Aire tops out at 13’2″ and the London Aire at 13’4″. Compare that with the Entegra Anthem at 12’10” and the Cornerstone at 12’11”. A 4″-5″ difference is not a concern in most situations, but when you’re driving through a campground with low hanging branches (quite common in both Canada and Alaska) it means less scratching to your precious RV.

But we were most impressed by Entegra. A very solid feeling coach, very good chassis (same as Newmar) and excellent floor plans and finishes. For the first time ever, after sitting in dozens of recliners from many makes, we sat in the “home theater seating” in a Cornerstone 45W and…we were happy. Just like a nice, cushy recliner at home, with a plush footrest. Karla prefers the use of space and finishes in the Entegra line vs. Newmar. It’s true, Newmar doesn’t use deep cabinets over the slides for some reason. Perhaps because their slides are too heavy already?

There is one major downside to Entegra as far as I’m concerned: lack of redundancy (aka single point of failure) in the heating systems. Entegra uses a Aqua-Hot 450D diesel hydronic heater for all hot water and furnace needs. In addition, they use the same unit for heating the floors (yes, there are PEX lines running in ’S’ formations under the entire floor, filled with fluid). The 450D has only a single, 1650 watt electric element. What this means is, if the diesel burner fails, you have no heat and little hot water. Newmar uses a different unit, called Oasis, that has two 1500 watt electric elements, which I can confirm produce plenty of hot water for any but the longest of showers. In addition, Newmar uses electric floor heat. So if the Oasis burner fails (as it did twice for us) you wouldn’t even notice until the temperature goes below, say, 25 F.

We took a 2017 Cornerstone on a fairly long drive on I-17 near Phoenix, and luckily for me it was very windy that day. I was not impressed with how the coach handled it, having to provide steering correction the entire time. Trust me, do that for 600 miles in a day and you’ll be fried.

To sum up: If the Entegra Cornerstone used electrically heated floors (and/or switched to the Aqua-Hot 600D which has two 2000 watt electric elements) and had Comfort Drive, we’d have a clear winner.

In part 3 I’ll reveal the winner.

Sours: https://thegoodthebadandtherv.com/2017/04/14/choosing-full-time-rv-part-2/
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Tiffin vs american coach

You’re in the market for a motorhome – something to visit the grandkids with, but bring the comforts of home along with you.  Well, you’re not alone.  A lot of RVers have already done just that, and to help you out, a few have even given feedback and fresh perspectives about their favorite motorhomes as well.

From the Reviews we have available on RVT at this time, we’ve pulled together a short-list of the top consumer rated and reviewed Class A Diesel RVs as a way of helping you possibly narrow in on a Make and Model of Diesel Pusher that might ultimately help you feel right at home!

Here are the highest owner-rated Diesel Pushers on the market today … enjoy!

Tiffin Zephyr
Beaver Contessa
Entegra Coach Cornerstone
American Coach American Heritage
Newell

Please feel free to write your own Review for any RV you own now or that you may have owned in the past.  Thanks!

Tiffin Zephyr

Power and opulence, the Tiffin Zephyr is described as “45 feet of pure luxury in motion, with every square inch designed to impress…”

Highlights of Reviews by actual Tiffin Zephyr owners:

  • Easy to drive with lots of towing power
  • Gorgeous, classy place to live or entertain
  • Rave reviews of the manufacturer itself, Tiffin Motorhomes

Would you drive your Tiffin as fast as these owners?!

“Excellent drivability, cruises smoothly either with or without a towing load. I have towed a 28’ trailer with a Land Rover and 2 Harley Davidson full dressers and never noticed any load drag. The diesel will push you down the road and up mountains with ZERO issues from 65 to 85mph. I would never hesitate to have anyone takeover the helm due to the easy drivability.”

JK

“This big beauty drives like a dream, unaffected by passing big trucks, holds the road very well even at speeds over 75 mph! It parks easily with tight turning radius and unweighted tag axel.”

Brian Y

According to this owner, it sounds like you can get a lot of years of enjoyment out of a Tiffin Zephyr!

“We loved our 2000 Zephyr and had 14 wonderful years using it. We visited the factory once and were treated like kings.  Whenever we needed a part, a call to Red Bay and it was on its way.”

Dennis H

 

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Beaver Contessa

The Beaver Motorcoach Corporation which went out of business in 2009, still has a tremendously strong following.  You can see this clearly in the Beaver Reviews on RVT.com.

Highlights of Reviews by Owners for the Beaver Contessa:

  • Smooth ride, especially for passengers
  • Spacious with lots of storage
  • Prestige

“The air ride suspension is top of the line for the way it rides and handles on the road.  Self air leveling when parked. This is the fourth Motorhome I have had because it took me that long to get it right.  This unit can be used year round in any type weather I have stayed in it at 20 degrees F and had no problem with freezing pipes since the bays are heated. Has plenty of power I pulled a 27 ft trailer with a car, golf cart etc. and did not know it was there.”

Frank K

“This is a great coach, full of class, low upkeep great road ride. High end interiors. Lots of storage inside and out. Large kitchen area”

Brian D

Beaver Motor Coaches were manufactured first in Bend, OR and later in Coburg, OR.

“Fantastic coach, easy and wonderful to travel in, has everything required for making a long trip or short venture a unique experience. Very well built, handles like a dream. You will not go wrong with the purchase of a Beaver.”

Manuel

And, even a Jacuzzi tub?!

“This RV has all of the comforts of home, including a Jacuzzi tub big enough for 2.”

Richard T

 

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Entegra Coach Cornerstone

Built on the Spartan K3 chassis, and boasting a magnificent interior with some gorgeous exterior graphics packages available, the Entegra Coach Cornerstone is a true contender for folks in the market for a big Diesel.

Highlights of Reviews by Owners for the Entegra Coach Cornerstone:

  • Spacious, gorgeous, and classy
  • Hard floors, easy cleanup for spills (especially if you have little grandkids visiting!)

Here’s what owners say …

Luxury RV at it’s best! The Entegra Cornerstone is Easy to drive, is equipped with state of the art technology, and is the most comfortable and quiet ride. You can drive for hours and not even feel it.

Eric G

Sounds like some big improvements came along in 2016 according to Ron W.:

“My third Entegra in 4 years. My second Cornerstone. Just didn’t think my new 2016 could be that much better than my previous two. Unbelievable difference in every respect. Especially the ride and handling. It’s all about the size of the tires and the new larger shocks. Literally drives like a car. Tracks like a car and as quiet as a car. Entegra is not only “The quietest riding, best handling coach on the market today.”, but the best value in a high end coach. Period.”

Ron W

5 stars all the way!

“Correction to my previous posted review.  Somehow my review of the Cornerstone showed up with a 4 star out of 5 rating.  My experience with two Entegra motor coaches have been excellent and absolutely nothing short of a 5 star rating.”

Ron W (again)

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American Heritage by American Coach

The most patriotically branded company we know of, American Coach’s current models include American Dream, American Eagle, American Revolution, and American Patriot. They’re US-based, if you were wondering.

The American Heritage isn’t made anymore, however there are a number of them available in Used, and they’re well-reviewed enough to be included here. Not to mention, look at them, they’re just gorgeous inside and out.

Highlights from the Reviews on RVT.com:

  • Great in the long term.
  • Customer service goes above and beyond

 

“I have owned and driven American Coach products for the last 10 yrs.. There customer service is first rate and they always go above and beyond, for even the smallest of problems. I have owned other makes and have not had the same experience. All there products are first class but their Heritage is at the top of the Luxury Motor Home experience.

Dave M

Even after years it’s still in the top end, compared to newer RVs.

This was the TOP of the LINE in 2007 and STILL is today.

Bennie L

You will fall in love with the large space, right wood, luxurious accommodations and the long list of features to pamper you.

“After living aboard for over one year, we can say that not one thing could be improved!!”

Stan M

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Newell

Known for innovation and luxury motorhomes, Newell Coaches are some of the top-end (and top-priced) motorhomes in the business. At RVT, we see a lot of motorhome ads, and Newells consistently look stunning. Based on the pictures that users post, either Newell owners are all incredible photographers, or these coaches look beautiful no matter what.

Highlights of Reviews by Owners for the Newell Coaches:

  • High-end throughout
  • Top-notch customer service

“Everywhere we go people stand outside our coach and ask if they can have a tour of the inside. We have a SHOW COACH built by the owner of Newell himself and she’s a work of art. We are in love.”

Jessie N

“Nothing is more livable and driveable than a Newell.”

Sydney H

Rave Reviews about the factory and the service as well:

“Perhaps the best feature is the factory support. Can’t say enough, there is also a forum of Newell owners on line sharing tips, experiences, upgrades and regional places to take your coach. After 18 years coach looks almost new due to hi quality materials and paint.”

Dave R

“Have owned two Newell motor homes. Researched the industry before I bought an RV. Interviewed owners of the top line of motor homes, Newell was rated the highest among satisfaction and service! The Newell is expensive and that is my choice of motor homes. Newell answers your calls 24 hours. Emergency service is available anywhere in the nation through their network. Believe me, if you own a motor home, even the expensive Newell, you will have need for service…even emergency service! am a satisfied Newell customer.”

Mack H

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We hope these Reviews by owners help make your RV shopping experience more efficient, effective … and fun!

If you own an RV today (or even in the past!), why not write a Review?  It might be that much-needed piece of information that helps another family on their journey to finding the perfect RV!

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