We pick up our hardly used 2016 Dynamax Force this week and are overly excited - great water storage, awesome floorplan, great looking rig and has everything we could want except for not being 34 ft long - more reviews to come based on our experiences.
- Debbie Simon, California
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Voted Most Helpful Review2016 Dynamax Force 37bh
Driving / Towing
So far with 2100 miles on it we love this coach. It does have some new RV issues, squeak here and bonk there but overall very impressed. This is my second coach and I assumed that the quality in construction had improved from my last one eight years ago. Sadly no, they\'re all built the same way, so one of the drawers already fell apart and a door hinge wasn\'t screwed in properly. So, those are minor flaws. On the positive side, it drives amazing. Love the Freightliner M2 chassis. My previous coach was a 29 foot class C which always swayed back and forth and felt too big for the chassis. The Force is rock solid with good power and drives great. I\'ve been shopping for a Super C for a few years, but wanted air ride suspension and air brakes for the size of this thing. Force nailed it and very impressed. Driving it on the highway or through town is easy. It does have a lot of rear swing due to the rear axle being nine feet from the rear bumper. Unfortunately I did clip a tree branch recently when pulling out of a driveway. I wasn\'t in love with the residential fridge option on ours because we dry camp a lot. I chose to add 400 watt solar system on the coach and the fridge has been great. We can leave food in the coach for weeks and the solar system runs that just fine and keeps the batteries charged. We have small kids so more seatbelts would have been nice. For a coach that sleeps 10, it only has five seatbelts including the front seats in the cab. I guess it\'s a Federal Motor Carrier Rule, but seems dumb to have all this great seating and you can\'t use it while driving down the road. Overall, very happy. Wish I could have found a used model, but they\'re just not available. I paid $169K for mine and I know the day I drove it off the lot is dropped $30K in value, but oh well, life\'s short, go have fun with your family and make memories. We\'re in the middle of a six week run from east coast to west coast driving the coach back.