Tiffin Motorhomes

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Founded in 1972 in Red Bay, Ala., Tiffin Motorhomes prides itself as a family-run business. An industry innovator, Tiffin Motorhomes introduced features such as the motorhome basement and triple slide units. At Allegro Club rallies, founder Bob Tiffin himself greets visitors and helps with minor repairs.

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2018 Tiffin Phaeton 44OH Review

2018 Tiffin Phaeton 44OH Review

The 2018 Tiffin Phaeton offers a roster of customizable furniture and layout options so that you can create the coach that suits your and your family’s needs best.
2018 Tiffin Allegro 32 SA Review

2018 Tiffin Allegro 32 SA Review

Despite many features that top industry standards, the Allegro remains one of Tiffin’s most affordable vehicles.
2016 Tiffin Zephyr 45 DZ Review

2016 Tiffin Zephyr 45 DZ Review

Designed for high-maintenance guests, the Tiffin Zephyr provides you with the comfort, luxury and security of a million-dollar home.

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5 of the Best Cheap Class A Motorhomes for 2018

5 of the Best Cheap Class A Motorhomes for 2018

5 of the Best Cheap Class A Motorhomes for 2018Hitting the road in a new motorhome can get awfully expensive. But our list of the best cheap Class A motorhomes for 2018 can help you save some serious money. When adventure is calling, there is no better way to ride in style than a Class A motorhome. They have the space, class and comfort...
Five of the Best Class A Motorhomes for 2018

Five of the Best Class A Motorhomes for 2018

Five of the Best Class A Motorhomes for 2018Combing through a list of the best Class A motorhomes is an exercise in luxury. These are the best of the best when it comes to RV living. You?ve no doubt heard the expression, ?go big, or go home.? When it comes to motorhomes, those in the Class A category go big and are home...
5 Best Class A Motorhomes for 2017 Under $200,000

5 Best Class A Motorhomes for 2017 Under $200,000

5 Best Class A Motorhomes for 2017 Under $200,000The old saying of, ?you can?t take it with you,? doesn?t really seem to apply to folks who own a premium Class A motorhome. These luxurious kings of the road let you travel across the country with all the comforts of home along for the ride. But just because you have a budget, doesn?t mean...

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  • Neil Blumenfield
    I have had AAA Premier RV for a year. It is useless. Have needed help 3x. Once, they did come to jump my house batteries. The other 2 times they refused to help. Once in TX, my door latch failed and I was unable to get in the RV. They said they could not help because it was more like a home door than an auto door. Would not send a locksmith. I got in through the window. Last week, after RV was in storage for 3 months in FL, my jump starter would not get my house batteries going to allow me to start the generator. AAA promised to come within the hour. Three hours later, they still had no one scheduled claiming the batteries were too big for their contracted services. So, basically, they say they cannot help servicing RV's despite having the premium RV plan.
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  • Wayne
    I was always lead to believe that Fleetwood and Winnebago were best. But recently, it seems most of them are the same. So finding the floor plan I like, and price is easy. So what should be my deciding factor? We like.. Minnie Winnie 31G Four Winds 30D Sunseeker 3270S What would you choose?