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May 29, 2015 Voted Most Helpful Review 2001 Country Coach Affinity 42DS

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The 1999-2002 Country Coach Affinity is simply one of the finest coaches made. It is like a Prevost with a friendlier interior, a Gerard Awning and a better suspension. If you can find one with the 505 HP CAT C-12, BUY IT!! Mileage does not matter on a good diesel engine! We have a 2001 loaded that we bought 6 years ago. My wife and I love it almost as much as much as each other...HaHa. If you bought one new, you likely paid around $560,000, and that was before 14 years of inflation. Find one that has been pampered like we did and snap it up. You will have the finest coach at the park.
By-the-way, Country Coach is still making all the parts. You can't say that about the others.
- Andrew, Texas

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Jan 08, 2017 2008 Country Coach Affinity 700 Custom

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This is by far the best Motorhome I've ever owned, the full size appliances are better quality than the ones in my home, the therapeutic king mattress, the aqua hot, radiant heated floors, all power everything, mood lights, really makes living on the road a whole lot better than hotel rooms. The 600 cummins and Allison automatic are awesome, no slowing down up the hills, also this with the power tag axle out turns and out maneuvers my previous 40 ft Allegro bus. Nothing beats quality.
- Brad MacLeod, British Columbia

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Oct 30, 2014 2002 Country Coach Affinity

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Country Coach is one of the best in quality ever made. Handles and drives exceptionally well. Performance is strong, and everything works as it should. One of the best looking rigs on the road.
- Bill Horn, North Carolina

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