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    Considering a 2020 Road Warrior 4275 RW

    Folks,
    We are considering getting a Road Warrior 4275 RW. It checks the boxes on most of our requirements. I am curious to hear about the ownership experience of Heartland coaches in general adn 4275 in particular.
    TIA and be safe on the roads.
    Best,
    Anupam

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    Re: Considering a 2020 Road Warrior 4275 RW

    Welcome to the forum! I can't speak about the Road Warrior, but we love our Heartland Torque. Maybe some of the Road Warrior owners will be along to share their thoughts. I would strongly recommend conducting a thorough PDI before you purchase any rig. I used the one created by a member here and it worked well.

    https://www.rvwiththetanners.com/pre...ery-inspection

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    Re: Considering a 2020 Road Warrior 4275 RW

    We have a 2018 Cyclone the sister to the Road Warrior. 2020 will be our 4th year with it and overall it has been great. You will always have a few glitches as you go.
    "May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live"

    Jeff, Kim & Jameson

    2018 Cyclone 4250
    2017 F-350 Superduty SRW
    2020 Polaris XP4 1000
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    Re: Considering a 2020 Road Warrior 4275 RW

    Quote Originally Posted by anupamdas View Post
    Folks,
    We are considering getting a Road Warrior 4275 RW. It checks the boxes on most of our requirements. I am curious to hear about the ownership experience of Heartland coaches in general adn 4275 in particular.
    TIA and be safe on the roads.
    Best,
    Anupam
    We own a 2018 427RW and enjoy it. We started full timing in it in July 2019 So far no major issues with the unit. Make sure you do a great PDI and use a video to record how they demonstrate the different systems on it, so you can refer to it later when questions come up.
    One piece of advice make sure you check the caulking on the patios, to make sure they are sealed good. Also check and see which patio doors they installed, we have the Challenger brand not Lippert. Any questions contact us and we will see if we can help.

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