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Hello all ,I am a new site member from Canada .i am contemplating the purchase of a class b camper on the pro master chassis. So I am trying to learn as much as possible about this unit before jumping on board. I have driven one and since my wife and I are both short in stature find the steering without tilt not so comfortable. Do any members know when tilt/telescope steering will become standard as I feel it should be. There is a local manufacturer in New Brunswick building ambulances on this chassis quite successfully.
 

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Thanks for the reply I concur ,tilt is not being offered on the class b Zion by RT or the current Lexor by Pleasureway here in Canada this ma change hopefully as their stock of chassis is updated.
 

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Unless you both are way under 5'5" high I wouldn't worry about it. I'm 5'7" and it's no problem at all in fact I find it very comfortable and easy to drive.
 

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I find any and all excuses to drive my PM! At 5'3" and my wife at 5' we both very much enjoy how comfortable it is to drive and ride in! Not having a tilt wheel is no issue at all. Cheers
 

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You can probably figure 2017 at the earliest for a tilt function. There is talk of a "refresh" design for the 2018 model year.
Have you looked at the Travato 59K or G?
 

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2016 No Tilt

They have telescopic steering. Tilt steering is not available, unless it is new for 2016.
Got my 2016 a few weeks back, same as the 15. No Tilt, just Telescopic
 

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Have not seen the winnebego travail there is no dealer close by. Do like some features on pw Lexor such as larger counter area as well as conv micro. Does not seem like continental spare is offered as it is on Zion though.so it seems like there are trade offs between makes.

Cheers, gaepfprdner.
 
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