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Old 09-26-2018, 02:23 PM   #11
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I can see where that would be confusing. Lippert purchased the slideout mechanism owned by Dexter Chassis Group.

We love our darker interior on our 2018 Premier. Have seen a lot of people wanting that lighter interior, we actually chose the dark brown over the tan/blond color. Wife was concerned about lighter colors showing dirt, which it did in our previous Prowler TT.

I showed her the press release and she wasn't impressed with the new color scheme.

Furrion has taken a lot of heat as has Lippert due to substandard items. Our outdoor TV is Furrion, so far, it's a good tv but only 6 months usage. The interior sound system is Furrion, it works, it's nothing spectacular but it does what its intended to do: play DVDs/CDs, radio, and TV sound over the inside and outside speakers.

The frosted glass panels came on our 2018 Premier and was a huge selling point for the wife. It discretely hides items in the pantries and in some cases are lighted giving off a nice light in the theater area. Previous units we looked at did not have this feature and kindof required you to keep things neat. One of our friends is looking to 'frost' theirs with vinyl from their cricket machine.
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Old 10-20-2018, 10:49 AM   #12
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Here is my 2019 bullet 330bhs with the new interior, took delivery on October 10. There is a lot of upgrades from the older Bullet in addition to the color scheme, windows, countertops, tires, sink faucets, no frosted glass panels in master bedroom, cabinet hinges, pass though storage door latches, stove, lighting, microwave, key tv and more that im still discovering. It has a much better open feel than the dark interiors, the lighting is way overkill in the main room out of the 9 bright led lights I only use 1, really needs a dimmer in there. the main room speaker placement seems odd. Im very happy I got the updated bullet it feels more like a outback interior wise.




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Old 10-21-2018, 02:55 AM   #13
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Old 10-22-2018, 06:38 AM   #14
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The more I look at that brighter interior, the better it is looking.

Looking over the brochure for the Bullet Premier line, it shows:
1. 4G LTE and Wi-fi Prep is standard on all models (they don't explain what this is)
2. KEY Tv which is some sort of smart switching for multiple sources compatible with cable, antenna and dish.
3. Coastal Cottage Interior
4. Pegboard in Pass Through Storage
5. Norco® 5.1 electric stabilization system (doesn't explain this, google shows a 5.3, did find a user manual for a 5.1)
6. MORryde Step Above Steps.

So there are some interesting upgrades from the 2018 model we currently have.
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Old 10-23-2018, 04:05 AM   #15
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Maybe, just maybe, they are starting to listen to what we want!
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Old 10-23-2018, 09:12 AM   #16
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We ordered our 93 Holiday Rambler with the "bleached oak" interior. It was an off-white and all the upholstery was "baby blue and baby pink"... Even on cloudy days, the interior seemed bigger, brighter and more "pleasant to be in".... While not for everybody (that's why they make different interior choices), we found it to be "cheerful, even on "wet, inside days"....

I well remember the 1963 "shrimp red" (pink) Pontiac Bonneville.... Then there was the "surf turquoise" (metallic teal) Plymouth Barracuda... Colors change and evolve, shapes change and evolve, one thing seems to remain the same: Sometimes things go right and we get a good trailer, sometimes things go wrong and we get a "lemon" (and they aren't always yellow).... YMMV
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