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We purchased our Siena in February of 2016. It was in pretty decent overall shape but a few of the decals are faded and there is a stain on the bathroom ceiling but seems to have been repaired. What we love is the floor plan, the appliances and the exterior appearance. Wendy at CT was helpful in rounding up some additional exterior lights as GloBrite is out of business. Our Workhorse chassis has worked flawlessly. We did replace the carpeting... Read more

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Wish they still made them so I could upgrade to newer. Had seal leak problem when I bought it used last year. Turns out it had been replaced with the wrong seal by the previous owner. Factory sent the correct one. I am a full timer and it is made to live in. Fantastic full sized appliances. Wish it had a smaller steering wheel 4' 9" here and could be a little closer to the pedals...put blocks on the pedals. : ) Drove it from GA to WA last... Read more

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We have owned a 2009 Siena 35V for 8 years and have had very few mechanical issues. We have had some cosmetic issues due to our own fault and CT Coachworks worked with us to get the appropriate pieces to get it fixed. We fulltime and the full size refrig and range are a great asset and also the large sinks. There are a few things I would change. I am short and have trouble adjusting the drivers seat when I am sitting in it because when you find... Read more

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I bought a 2007 CT Coachworks with 8800 miles on it in May of 2015. I absolutely love the interior, especially the kitchen. I am a full timer. I just drove it from GA to WA in 5 days and had a perfect trip. No problems at all, average 8 miles per gallon including up and down mountains and also flat lands. Not a minutes trouble. Plenty of power to get up the hills and very comfortable ride. The only thing I would change is a smaller steering... Read more

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We have one of his builds in our fleet of limousines and limo busses. It is a sharp unit and VERY well built. I was lucky enough to get a tour of the plant where he builds his units. I saw that he uses the highest quality materials, even in places that the consumer will never see. He could have cut corners and purchased lower quality brands to save money and increase profit but he takes pride in what he builds and buys the best. As with any... Read more

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I purchased my 2008 Siena in summer of 2009 and had many issues to resolve during the breaking in period. So many that I was becoming disenchanted with my purchase. But recently I contacted Coachworks directly and worked with Wendy and Steve to resolve ALL of the issues. They were extremely helpful and understanding and went above and beyond in the servicing of my RV. I am very pleased with my Siena now and looking forward to the camping... Read more

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We bought a new 2007 Siena Motorhome, within the first year it was in the shop 4 times, 2 times for leaking axle seals, 2 times for misfiring spark plugs due to not enough air flow in the spark plug area. 1st long trip we made with less than 7000 miles on the unit and 2 of the outside compartments literally melted from lack of firewall protection between catalytic converter and compartment backwalls. The temperature inside the compartment was... Read more

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