New Updates To Some 2013 Jayco Motorhomes New York!

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Nothing ever stays the same New York, and this is also true for some of Jayco’s 2013 model motorhomes. It would be kind of boring if nothing ever changed, and who doesn’t like new features? Jayco has updated the Greyhawk, Melbourne and Seneca series motorhomes for the 2013 models.

Some of the features updated on all the models include:
• Interior décor options, which will include a new Midnight choice.
• The countertops of each model will include solid Chocolate Chip color counter top with a double bowl sink.
• The Greyhawk and Melbourne motorhomes will feature an updated Customer Value Package that will offer a 400-watt inverter, side view cameras and a tankless water heater.
• Increased security and convenience with the addition of a keyless touchpad entry lock system.
• Diamond shield paint protection.

The Greyhawk model which, is built on a Ford E-450 chassis, will also include updates of a larger area of linoleum in the living area, decorative glass on the cabinet doors and a wider entry glass shower door. Its solid, real wood cabinets, Onan generator and electric powered swing-away mirrors will still remain.

The Melbourne also built on a Ford E-450 chassis will maintain its Apollo convection microwave, 3-burner cooktop and leather furniture. However, the motorhome which sleep up to 5 will also now include standard premium paint package, electric awning and a new, lighted battery disconnect switch.

The Seneca motorhome, which sleeps up to 8 and is built on a freightliner M2 chassis, also has some updates in addition to its already Corian countertops, back-up camera and 340 horsepower Cummins diesel engine. Now the Seneca has an updated Customer Value Package that will include a motion satellite dish, navigation system and 15,000 BTU A/C with heat pump. A fireplace, sofa set and thermal pane windows now all come standard with the 2013 Jayco Seneca.

For more information on these upgrades, visit www.jayco.com. And for a personal tour of the Greyhawk, Melbourne or Seneca motorhome, visit your local New York new and used RV dealer, Jim’s RV.

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What size RV is right for you?

 

Whether you are shopping fort your first RV, or getting a new one, one of the most important factors that you should consider is the size. Knowing the right size RV for you and your travels can depend on a lot of different factors, and no one wants to regret buying the wrong RV for them. If you buy too big of a rig, you may have spent too much money on unused or unneeded space. On the other hand, if you buy too small of an RV or trailer, you may soon be cramped and wishing you had more room to work with.

The first thing you should consider is how long you plan on spending in an RV. If you are looking for a rig that will allow you to go out on weekends and holidays, then you probably don’t need anything that is too large. While comfort is a large key at choosing the right rig for you, you need to realize that you are not living full time in it. If you are looking for a rig to become a full time RVer in, then you should consider a larger RV. You want something that is big enough to hold all of your property and supplies.

Another factor you need to consider is how many people you plan on spending your time RVing with. If you are planning on traveling only with your loved one, or by yourself, then you don’t need all of that extra space. If you have a family, or plan on having friends or family travel with you, then you should plan accordingly. There is the old saying that it is better to have too much than too few, but jsut remember what you are planning to do with your new RV.

If you are looking for a new RV of any size, then be sure to come into Jim’s RV to check out our great selection. From large Class A’s to smaller trailers, we’ll be sure to get you on your way to RV happiness.

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