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Posted: 08/23/14 06:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hey everyone ! Looking into moving up to a toy hauler . Current RV is a Cedar Creek. It is 38' long. Leaning towards the Voltage series. Any comments or recommendations that could be about the same quality as our CC. U
I understand they ALL have there flaws, but would love the opinion of the experts! Also is there a big difference towing 2 axles vs 3 axles. Thanks everyone!,


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Posted: 08/23/14 07:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

stay with the creek you will regret a voltage period

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newman fulltimer wrote:

stay with the creek you will regret a voltage period
And you back up that inflammatory statement with...?


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We looked at Voltage and liked them, but eliminated them from our search after I googled and discovered the seemingly endless issues owners were complaining about. I also noticed in my Craig's list searches, the voltage is the brand that seemed most for sale, even gently used ones.

YMMV


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Spleenstomper wrote:

We looked at Voltage and liked them, but eliminated them from our search after I googled and discovered the seemingly endless issues owners were complaining about. I also noticed in my Craig's list searches, the voltage is the brand that seemed most for sale, even gently used ones.

YMMV


This information is spot on with my observations. Voltage was on my short list when I bought my Fuzion and got eliminated mainly due to a lack of interior storage compared to the Fuzion. It was after my purchase that I really started to pay attention the lopsided amount of initial problems that Voltage owners seem to have compared to the other brands/models. They have a lot of really neat features, but they also seem to have a lack of quality.


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Posted: 08/24/14 02:04pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

With 25+ trips in our 2013 Voltage 3950 we have not had a single issue resulting from the manufacturer or assembly. We, along with all of our friends and family that stay with us, love our Voltage. We definitely would purchase a Voltage again.

I have had a vent fan go out and a double pane window leak between the glass. Both were promptly replaced by the manufacturer of the products. Worst issue I saw with the build quality of our Voltage was a little saw dust in the air duct. I did replace the factory tires after about 18 months, with Sailun G-rated tires, which I've been very impressed with.

I find it interesting that the negative posts to this thread are not qualified to give a valid opinion since they don't own a Voltage and as such, have no experience to base a judgment on.

If they used this same mentality when evaluating their purchase of a tow vehicle, based upon the negative posts on the Powerstroke.org forum, they would not purchased a powerchoke.





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Posted: 08/24/14 11:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Spent over a year researching and looking for a new toy hauler to replace the old one. Happy we went with the Voltage.

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