On a 2014 cutaway 3500. Just completed a 1800 mile trip and averaged 14.8 mpg. Have rear Sumo Springs and the Hellwig Sway Bar coming soon.
Marty, that's impressive for a gasoline RV that size. Can you share what type of driving that 1800 mile trip included? Like terrain, speed, etc... We've compared the Trend vs Travato a couple of times. Still undecided on unit size. Want larger but able to park at home -- and can't have both.On a 2014 cutaway 3500. Just completed a 1800 mile trip and averaged 14.8 mpg. Have rear Sumo Springs and the Hellwig Sway Bar coming soon.
Even though these units are all in the 24- to 25-ft length range, it makes sense that the extra width and height makes a big difference in livable space. I'm guessing the Via also had a slide so it had more room still. Would love your opinion on the slide, and how it affects space during the day while on the road when it's retracted. Every unit I've seen with slide(s) I loved when out, but hated them when in. Sense we travel more than camp in one place for days, I've resisted slides. Others swear by them....cut...
We really loved the "handy" size of the B's. but after having the extra room of the Via, we wanted more space again. Our Winne ERA was also 24ft as it used the Sprinter 170E extended van.
Nice units. I've seen them in Texas and Florida at RV shows. They seem to be built similar to other Dynamax products -- meaning stout. I mean that in a good way.While you are shopping, look at the Dynamax REV RB. We bought one.