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Old 05-05-2015, 12:02 PM   #11
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Just wondering how your January 2016 order was priced. I thought ETI wasn't taking any orders until June for the new pricing schedule?
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Old 05-05-2015, 01:12 PM   #12
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The 2016 schedule and pricing is available on the ETI web site. Current deliveries are available in January and February.
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Now that we've had our '19 for a couple of years, I find it interesting the options that I find most useful. Surprisingly, the cabinet door on the end of the dinette bench near the door is used several time a day. I made a simple platform on a drawer slider and attached two large plastic storage bins that hold our various footwear (we take bike shoes, hiking boots, zoris, etc.). Good to have a place to keep them from cluttering-up the trailer. We really like having the front storage box too. All leveling supplies, camp chairs, and hoses, extension cords, etc. all have a secure place out of the way. The option we have yet to use is the outdoor shower. With maybe the exception of AC, almost all other "creature comforts" can be added later. As you've no doubt seen by now on this forum, customizing your RV to suit your needs as you develop your camping "style" can be done over time. And if you employ the "Need vs. Want" standard, I'm pretty sure everybody here would tell you that a stock ETI model would be just fine.
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Old 05-05-2015, 03:56 PM   #14
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Just ordered 19', what options?

Thanks for all of your thoughts and advice. Looks like we have some work to do, however it should be fun work. Headed to Minneapolis to see our son and daughter-in-law. Will be back in a week and I will re-read all your helpful comments.
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Old 05-05-2015, 04:00 PM   #15
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$26,300 Canadian. May 1, Escape posted 2016 prices and completion dates. The 19' jumped from my date in January to late February by am May 4. The other 3 models still have completion dates in January 2016 last time I checked.
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You might want to consider the easy lube axles.
Last I heard they were standard.
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Last I heard they were standard.

They are.
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My best advice would be to go to a rally to see as many Escapes as possible. We actually went to the annual rally in Osoyoos before our build sheet was due to see what everybody had, and ended up going up one size.
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Old 05-24-2015, 12:12 PM   #19
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Thanks, that is exactly what Marilyn and I plan to do. We just sold our 2013 17' Casita, so will stay in a motel.
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Old 05-24-2015, 12:36 PM   #20
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just ordered 19', what options?

Any thoughts, pro and con, about refrigerator choices for the 19'? Thanks.
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