Mountain Luxe RV is here to help! One of the nice things about the Grech RV models is that all of the models come with many of higher end features as standard on every unit, including solar panels. Here are some of the differences between the models.
The most obvious difference between the Grech RV models is the length of the vehicle. The approximate lengths of each are as follows: Strada 24 feet, Terreno 22 feet and Turismo 19 feet.
Some questions that are helpful in deciding on length include:
Another consideration that goes hand-in-hand with length is the floor plan. The major considerations here are 1) how many people do you plan to be travelling with and 2) what is your intended use.
The compact Turismo comes in one floorplan and seats up to 2 passengers (2 in the front, and 2 in the back). This compact floorplan elegantly fits all the same features as the full-size model in a smaller space. In order to do to this, the sofa bed, when full extended, is partially under the cabinetry (this is where your feet will go!).
The full-sized models (Strada and Terreno) come in two floorplans – Tour and Lounge. There is no cost difference between the two floorplans.
All floorplans sleep up to two passengers without any after market products or alterations. Additionally, all floorplans include the approximately the same size wet bath.
The Ion Package is more expensive, but it’s worth every penny. The Lithium-ion battery energy storage system provides clean and quiet 12V lithium-ion based energy that will power your entire motorhome (1,260 Amp Hour / 16,128 Watt Hour). This is the most advanced technology for powering your B-van. The energy system integrates with the Firefly system so you can control everything from the touch screens in the van or on your mobile device. No propane generator required!
If you are looking for the less expensive alternative and don’t mind a propane generator, every standard Grech RV model comes equipped with the ultra quiet Cummins Onan 2.5kW (LPG) program generator.
In Colorado, 4-wheel drive (4x4) is recommended, but it may not be necessary depending on your intended use. If you plan on driving your Grech RV off the beaten path, the hi/lo functionality and additional ground clearance may be helpful. If you are touring to and from certain locations or camping at designated sites during the summer months, rear-wheel drive may be a better option for you. Of course, when and where you planning to drive matters too – if you plan to drive to the mountains in icy winter conditions here in Colorado, 4-wheel drive is critical.
Note that the next model of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Vans will replace the 4-Wheel Drive with a 4-Cylinder All Wheel Drive option.
What colors are you after? There is never an additional charge for color in a Grech RV. Availability is key, however, here are all of the options –
If you are interested in learning more, please call us at 877-658-9378 to talk to one of Mountain Luxe RV’s Grech RV expert today!