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'Vorsprung durch Technik' is the topic! (Advancement Through Technology)
We tested the three electric SUV in direct comparison,
in convoy on the German Autobahn.
Jaguar I-Pace, Audi e-tron, Tesla Model X.
Which one has 'Vorsprung durch Technik' – nextmove shows it to you.
[Link to English text and all charts for download in the description]
We will test the following things:
Comparison of real Autobahn range: Can they go over 300 km (186 mi)?
How high is the consumption of the cars?
What are the electricity costs?
Which one of the three is the fastest on long distance including charging times.
Who wins the race over 1,000 km?
What have we done?
We booked a test drive with the Audi e-tron at the Airport Munich.
We put together a team of experienced EV drivers from our location in Munich.
Maria and Otto who started in the Model X.
Adrian in the e-tron
and Thomas from ChargeX in the Jaguar I-PACE.
We drove only on the Autobahn.
Maximum speed 130 km/h (81mph), if traffic allows.
If 130 km/h was not possible than of course slower.
We drove the Autobahn to Landshut and back.
87 km (54 mi) in total.
Short photo shooting in Landshut and changing of drivers.
Inside temperature in all cars was set to 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit).
Outside temperature was approximately 8 degrees Celsius (46 degrees Fahrenheit).
We drove the Audi e-tron.
A pre-series vehicle from Audi.
On 21 inch wheels with winter tires.
95 kWh battery size.
Jaguar i-Pace first edition from nextmove.
20 inch wheels with winter tires.
90 kWh battery size.
And the Tesla Model X 90D. 20 inch wheels with winter tires.
And also approximately 90 kWh battery size.
The name plate battery data from the catalogues are gross capacity values.
That is what is actually installed in the vehicle.
But that size is not fully accessible.
The so called net capacity is what you can actually use.
And that is more or less 84 kWh for all three cars.
and that is what I can actually discharge from the battery.
What were the results?
Let’s switch to Munich and listen to our test drivers.
After a long, hard but also successful working day,
we are now in the Audi e-tron lounge.
And we are proudly presenting the results of our test.
Let’s start with Thomas from ChargeX.
He drove the Jaguar I-Pace.
What was your consumption?
The consumption was 31.3 kWh/100km (50,37 kWh/100mi).
Top: 31.3 kWh/100km (50,37 kWh/100mi). [Link to English chart in description]
So now let’s check the main car of our test: [Link to English chart in description]
the Audi e-tron. [Link to English chart in description]
What was the consumption? [Link to English chart in description]
30.5 kWh/100km (49.1 kWh/100mi) [Link to English chart in description]
30.5 kWh/100km (49.1 kWh/100mi) – a little better
We come to the last SUV. The Tesla Model X.
Adrian, what was the consumption on 100 km?
The result was 24.8 kWh/100km (39.9 kWh/100mi) – a great result.
24.8 kWh/100km (39.9 kWh/100mi) –
wow, okay, that speaks for itself.
The average speed was 120 km/h (75 mph).
The Model X is clearly in the lead with regards to consumption.
But what does this mean in terms of range?
We did the math on how long you can go on a single charge.
The Jaguar I-PACE would achieve 272 km (169 mi).
The Audi e-tron 274 km (170 mi).
The Tesla Model X 339 km (210 mi).
And if we had brought an a Tesla Model X 100D to the race,
it would probably have achieved 50 km (31 mi) more.
So the Tesla Model X 100D would be at approximately 390 km (242 mi).
Let’s take a look at the electricity cost per 100 km [Link to English chart in description]
at this consumption levels if charged at home. [Link to English chart in description]
We took residential household-tariffs of 0.28 €/kWh
and factored in 10% loss of load.
That amounts to 7.64 €/100km for the Tesla.
9.39 € for the Audi
and 9.58 € for the Jaguar.
Not for a full charge, but for a 100 km (62 mi) drive.
What would be the cost for DC-fast charging on the Autobahn?
We assumed charging from 0 to 80% state of charge
That is the range where the cars charge particularly fast.
Basis for our calculation are the commercial offers by the car manufacurers.
For the beginning, all of them offer so called market introduction tariffs.
The Tesla offer for the Model X is 0 €.
free of charge supercharging.
All our used Tesla in the nextmove fleet have unlimited supercharging attached to the car.
That makes 0 €/100km.
Audi has a charging price table.
There is a monthly basic fee of 17.95 €
We did not take the basic fee into account.
Only the rate of 8 € for each charge. [Link to English chart in description]
Jaguar partnered with PlugSurfing. The I-Pace comes with an own charging app.
Currently, the price is the same as with PugSurfing.
One charge costs 8.80 € at Ionity chargers.
What will be the costs in the long run?
New Teslas in Germany at Superchargers have to pay not based on kWh but on based on phased charging time.
0.40 €/minute at high charging speeds
and 0.20 €/minute at lower speeds.
Again we assumed 0 to 80% charging.
We did the math for a Model X 90D and converted to price per kWh: 0.27 €/kWh.
Going forward, Audi will charge 0.33 €/kWh at Ionity fast chargers.
But it is unclear when Audi will stop the market launch offer and start charging at this price.
For the Jaguar I-Pace it is not clear yet –
but we have assumed the same price of 0.33 €/kWh.
That makes 6.70 € for 100 km with the Tesla Model X.
Audi 10.06 €
Jaguar 10.32 €
cost for 100 km at fast chargers on the Autobahn.
The last question that was of interest for us: Which one is the fastest car on long distance trips.
We have calculated an example for 1.000 km (621 mi).
That means the Tesla Model X 90D and the Audi e-tron
would reach the goal after approximately 10.5 hours.
What is the result of this ideal 1.000 km trip?
The Audi almost closed the 23% consumption gap to the Model X 90D with it's faster charging speed.
But of course a Model X 100D
would reach the finish much faster than the Audi e-tron.
Also, Audi has a real world problem.
Currently there are only a few super-fast chargers available.
Today on any given route in Germany
any Tesla would probably be one to two hours ahead of Audi.
Speaking of 'being ahead':
'Vorsprung durch Technik' was the testing approach of our video.
The winner in our eyes is clearly Tesla.
There are still two things to be said for the Audi.
First, the Audi had one inch bigger wheels.
Second, we drove a pre-series vehicle and not the final version.
For the one inch we put 15 km (9 mi) on top.
Still not enough for 300 km (186 km) softly driven on Autobahn in winter.
This is obviously the current limit for
Audi, Jaguar and probably also the
Mercedes EQC that's coming soon, sometime.
Please leave us your opinion regarding thes test result below.
I hope the test was interesting for you.
Direct comparison of the 'Big Three'!
To our knowledge this is the first time that the three vehicles
were driven directly against each other.
Please subscribe to our channel for more EV tests, if you haven’t done yet.
Otherwise, see you at the next test of nextmove.
1. Unscrew the brake fluid reservoir cap.
Required Tools: Wire brush
Combination spanner #13 Combination spanner #15
Drive socket # 13 Torque wrench
Copper grease Anti-squeal paste
Brake cleaner Wheel impact socket #17
Brake caliper wind back tool Crow bar
2. Unscrew the wheel bolts. Use wheel impact socket #17.
AUTODOC recommends: To avoid injury, hold up the wheel when unscrewing the bolts.
3. Raise the rear of the car and secure on supports.
4. Disconnect the ABS sensor electric socket. Disconnect the brake pad wear sensor plug. Remove the ABS sensor connector. Remove the connector of the brake pad wear sensor.
Please note! Some cars are not equipped with the brake pad wear sensor.
5. Spread the brake pads. Use a crowbar.
6. Clean the brake caliper fasteners. Use a wire brush. Use a brake cleaner.
AUTODOC recommends: After applying the spray, wait a few minutes.
7. Unscrew the brake caliper fastening.
Use a combination spanner #13. Use a combination spanner #15.
8. Remove the brake caliper.
AUTODOC recommends: Tie the caliper to the suspension or to the body with a wire without disconnecting from the brake hose to prevent
depressurization of the brake system. Make sure that the brake caliper is not hanging on the brake hose.
Don't press the brake pedal after the brake caliper has been removed. As a result, the piston can fall out from the brake cylinder,
and brake fluid leakage and depressurization of the system may occur.
9. Remove the brake pads.
AUTODOC recommends: Measure the brake disc thickness. Upon reaching the wear limit the part must be replaced.
Check the brake caliper bracket, brake caliper guide pins and boots. Clean them. Replace, if necessary.
10. Clean the brake caliper bracket from dirt and dust. Use a wire brush. Use a brake cleaner.
AUTODOC recommends: After applying the spray, wait a few minutes.
11. Press in the brake caliper piston. Use brake caliper wind back tool.
12. Treat the back side of the new brake pads.
Treat the brake caliper bracket where it contacts the brake pads.
Use anti-squeal paste.
AUTODOC recommends: Make sure the disc surface is clean before installing the pads.
13. Install new brake pads.
AUTODOC recommends: Make sure the pads are installed with linings facing the disc.
14. Install the brake caliper and fix it.
15. Tighten the brake caliper bracket. Use a combination spanner #15.
Use a drive socket #13. Use a torque wrench. Tighten it to 35 Nm torque.
AUTODOC recommends: Without starting the engine, press the brake pedal several times until you feel significant resistance.
16. Clean the brake disk surface. Use a brake cleaner.
AUTODOC recommends: After applying the spray, wait a few minutes.
17. Treat the contacting surface. Use copper grease.
18. Screw in the wheel bolts. Use wheel impact socket #17.
AUTODOC recommends: To avoid injury, hold up the wheel when screwing in the fastening bolts.
19. Lower the car and working in a cross order, tighten the wheel bolts.
Use a torque wrench. Tighten it to 120 Nm torque.
AUTODOC recommends: Check the brake fluid level in the expansion tank and refill if necessary.
20. Tighten the brake fluid reservoir cap.
AUTODOC recommends: Slow down smoothly for first 150-200 km after the brake pads replacement.
Avoid unneccessary and sharp braking to a stop.
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Audi has started testing the high-performance RS version of the upcoming Q4 SUV, which is expected to feature the company’s iconic turbocharged five-cylinder engine under the bonnet
The 2020 Audi RS Q4 will be essentially a twin sibling to the RS Q3, using the same 2.5-liter engine paired to a dual-clutch transmission and Quattro all-wheel drive.
According to the latest reports, power output will be increased to 414hp (420PS), in order to make the new generation of RS compact SUVs more challenging to the also upcoming Mercedes-AMG GLA 45
The test car you see in the pictures appears to be wearing its final production body, which apparently is finished in a very bright green paintjob judging by the uncovered area on the wheel fenders
The aesthetic revisions over the standard Q4 include the redesigned front and rear ends, deeper side sills, dual exhaust pipes and a set of bigger alloy wheels to create the necessary clearance for the performance brakes
Speaking of which, expect Audi Sport to offer a set of carbon rotors for the front axle as an option
Both the dual-clutch transmission and the Quattro all-wheel drive will be optimized for the new RS Q4, which will also ride on a specially tuned adaptive suspension
Front and rear tracks will also be slightly wider than standard Q4 models, to help Audi’s latest coupe-like SUV to better cope with bends
Inside the 2020 RS Q4 you’ll get a set of body-hugging seats, lots of contrast stitching and RS logos, and various other sporty bits to help the driver and passenger to feel more special, with the dashboard expected to be shared with the Q3 models
Audi plans to introduce the all-electric Q4 E-Tron at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in the form of a concept, as well as the final production version of the RS Q3
With that said, we need to wait for Audi to reveal the Q4 first (also rumored for the Geneva Motor Show but still unconfirmed) and then wait for the debut of the RS Q4
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The new Black Edition and Vorsprung optional packages are now available by Audi for practically its entire UK range
Building on the S Line sports specification, the Black Edition can be ordered for the A3, S3, A4, A5, Q2, Q5, Q7 and TT, with prices ranging between £26,845 ($34,808/€30,761) and £67,295 ($87,256/€77,112)
Audi says that in the A5 Coupe, A5 Sportback, Q2 and Q5, it adds matte or gloss titanium black finish to the grille surround, air inlets, side mirror casings and rear diffuser
The Black Edition also brings rear privacy glass and 19- or 20-inch glossy black alloy wheels, depending on the model, as well as dark-finished elements inside and a flat-bottomed steering wheel
The more premium Vorsprung package can be specced to the A5, A7, Q3, Q5, Q7 and Q8
Audi’s Vorsprung models start from £42,040 ($54,510/€48,173) for the Q3 and go all the way up to at least £83,040 ($107,671/€95,154) for the Q8
Added gear includes Matrix LED headlights and 20-, 21- or 22-inch alloy wheels in matte grey or matte titanium
Moreover, the A5, A7 and Q5 get adaptive comfort suspension with damper control, whereas the Q7 and Q8 adopt the adaptive air suspension from the S Line models
A wide range of driving assistance features, as well as electrically-operated boot lids and panoramic sunroofs or, depending on the model, Bose or Bang & Olufsen sound system, extended leather pack, Alcantara headlining, power door closure and rear heated seats are also offered
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Hi it’s Susan. Welcome back to my channel. This is another episode of make-ahead
ephemera which is another way of saying little projects that I can work on in
between bigger projects and have them either completely finished or part way
finished so that when I’m ready to tuck them into a journal or a greeting card
or a gift for somebody they are ready or almost ready to go. So this one is about
notebooks. We’ve all done this we’ve seen lots of people do this. I think the first
person I saw do this was Rachel over at Roxy creations. But basically a notebook
is just another way to use up any of your offcuts that you have from other
projects that you have going around. So you can make them out of anything. I’m
trying to use up my scrapbook paper so I’m making some out of scrapbook pages
and I just put my little offcuts in here and so down the center with a fairly
long stitch. And so this you can see this is like the end of a page that I have
cut off I went ahead and before I even made the notebook I stitched around that
so it was ready to go then I just keep those like in a
stash and then when I want to make up some notebooks or I have some extra
pages to fit in the inside I do that. You can cut them all nice and even you can
have pages of different sizes and so you know it doesn’t matter, the shape the
size of the notebooks. These are great little things to tuck inside your
journals. That’s when I just left the flap a little longer to fold over.
I could put a closure on this I could do one of those little things that you
would tuck inside and you know later. So you can have these all ready and then you
can decorate them later. Like I might have a little collage that I want to put
on this guy maybe like that. That would work. You can take old book pages, this is
something else that I saw Rachel at Roxy creations do, you know, have a bunch of
book pages already that are glued together that you can do with things. If
you fold those in half you have a little notebook put your papers on the inside
and then maybe oh I guess that’s what I was them thinking about the collage.
It’s better on there yeah. There we go. It’s better on there. You can even take a
little piece of fabric and put on the edge, but you know, you can do that to
customize it on the journal that it’s going to go into. But
you could have this notebook made up ahead of time. One of the other make-aheads.
We made some of these little journaling spots that are folded like
this. Well really that’s what turned into a notebook. It’s the same thing. You have
the journaling piece or add some paper and you have a notebook. That’s what I
did with this one here. This was one of my journaling cards that our journaling
things that had been covered with the napkin and then I just put some paper
inside. I mean easy peasy. There’s another one out of scrapbook
paper. If you don’t have any of that other stuff this is just a regular index
card with some paper on the inside. That’s a little notebook. Then later on
maybe you add some fabric and some lace. You could ink around the edges. You could
wrap that all the way around and dress that up but you don’t have to worry
about at the time. If this is just sitting around on your table make up
some notebooks. This one is made with greeting card. Oh not greeting card.
Wrapping paper and I had a whole bunch of this orange copy paper to use up and
then I just add a little note I put a little decoration on the front of it.
These are my tracing paper books. This is tracing paper and this is parchment
paper with alcohol inks stitched around the edges and then I just add a little
bit of fiber with the papers and these just a really cute little thing to tuck
in. So that’s it. Make a head some little notebooks and leave them at various
stages and you will have something ready to go in your next project. Tthanks so
much for stopping by. There is a playlist of make-ahead ephemera so you can see
more of these quick little projects. If you like this video I hope you will hit
the like button. Hhit subscribe if you’re not already a subscriber and thank you
so much for taking time out of your busy day to spend a little bit of time with
me. That’s all for now. Bye
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Hi Guys, this is a follow up video to my 3D Printed Ryzen Mini ITX Gaming PC video where
I’m going to be printing new versions and testing alternate hardware to deal with the
thermal issues with the case design.
After deciding case version one wasn’t large enough for sufficient cooling – I printed
case version two.
I increased the height by around 2cm and added a bunch more ventilation holes to the sides.
My thinking was that since the cooler was able to keep the APU cool at 65 degrees
outside the case while playing Tomb Raider, all I needed to do was add more ventilation and
give the cooler a bit more room to breathe.
However, the temperature still climbed to 85 degrees C fully assembled.
An improvement, but not what I was hoping for.
I then made the mistake of running Prime 95 to stress the CPU cores and saw the temps
quickly rise back up into the mid nineties range.
So, OK, let’s try the same but with the top of the case removed.
OK better, but still far too high for my liking.
It’s at this point I realise the stock cooler clearly isn’t good enough to cool the processor
under any kind of actual load – at least without additional air flow.
So I go on the hunt for a new cooler and discover this guy.
The CoolerMaster G100M.
I settled on this for a few reasons, 1) It’s fairly low profile and will still fit in this
case design 2) CoolerMaster rates it for 130W TDP (DOUBLE the 65W rating of the 2400G I’m
And 3) It’s RGB so I can get rid of the LEDs and allow the cooler to do the work lighting
Unfortunately this cooler sucks.
It turned out to be pretty much on par with the stock cooler.
I don’t know if CoolerMaster seriously over-rated this thing or if it was a mounting issue.
I reseated it several times and each time I removed it, I could see it wasn’t making
good contact with the APU.
And I was very careful while tightening this thing down, trying to keep it level.
At this point I’m thinking: OK, Let’s get a Cooler that is going to actually work (…while
still keeping the RGB if possible).
I settled on this guy.
It’s the Wraith Prism cooler that ships with AMD’s current consumer flagship the 2700X.
I figure if it’s capable of cooling *THAT* it should be fine with my 2400G with only
half the cores – plus it’s still not *too* big either.
Fortunately, it *was* very capable.
It maxed out at around 66 Degrees in Prime 95 (open air) and kept The APU under 40 Degrees
in Tomb Raider.
Unfortunately, it’s now too tall to fit in case version 2.
At this point I’m thinking OK, If I have to print another one of these things, I’m going
to make sure the APU has the best possible chance of staying reasonably cool.
So I printed this Monster.
It’s now 15cm high, 50% taller than version 2 and almost twice the height of the original.
There should be decent enough space for the Cooler to breathe and a whole bunch of extra
ventilation to keep the air moving through the case.
So, with baited breath I re-run the tests.
And finally temps are under control.
I made one last change – making an adapter for the back so I could use the original Case
Top panel since it has the Logo insert I spent a bunch of time sanding and polishing glued
Details of that can be seen in the previous video.
So that’s it, despite the case being a bit fatter, I’m pretty happy with the result and
I really like the subtle pulsing light effect the new cooler gives the logo.
Although, I’m now thinking with the extra 2ish cm of room on the 3D printer’s print
bed, I could probably make a slightly wider version of the case that would fit a small
1050 ti or something – it’s certainly tall enough now.
The Pico PSU is only 160W though, so it would be incredibly tight on power since it’s already
drawing a max of around 110W from the wall and PCI-e slots are designed to allow a draw
of up to 50W.
It would also mean more heat.
Someone talk me out of it please.
Anyway that’s it for now, cheers for watching.
If you’re interested in more videos like this please let me know by either commenting or
liking and sub to make sure you see them!
Thanks, catch you in the next one.
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Hello guys, Roscoe here
and welcome back to Roscoe Channel
First, I want to apologize
because I didn’t make any video for the past couple of months
The reason behind that was because I was assigned out of town
and out of nowhere, my assignment got extended
I didn’t expect that to happen
I was planning to take around 2 weeks of rest in video making,
but that extended assignment ruined my plan and I didn’t carry my Tamiya stuff with me
and that’s why I couldn’t make any video at all
So this time I got the chance to make another video in Roscoe Channel
Today I got 3 good news which related to Roscoe Channel
The first one is…
At 21 February 2019
Roscoe Channel had achieved…
Thank you guys for all of your support from the beginning of this channel right up until now
I also want to thank all of the new subscribers
I hope you guys will keep on supporting me, so I can make better videos in the future
The 2nd thing I want to share with you…
I just bought a new camera
So from this point onward, all of Roscoe Channel videos will be recorded with this camera
So you will see more videos with better image quality
I hope you guys will like it and keep on watching my channel
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Hi everyone and welcome to Ultramobility Mini-Review where I give you just the essentials in a
5 minute, unsponsored RV review.
I’m your host Neil Balthaser and today we’re going to take a look at a little known RV
manufacturer creating quality class B camper vans for direct to consumer sales out of Quebec
The manufacturer is New West and if you’re open to a less conventional way of getting
into your dream RV then they just may be the ideal manufacturer for you.
New West has been manufacturing high-quality Class B recreational vehicles since 1999 – so
they’re no new-comer.
Their founder Jean Dumais was a huge fan of the popular Westfalia models out of Europe.
Inspired by the Westfalia he designed his own class B RV that kept the key elements
of the Westfalia but also adapted it for the North American market.
Today, New-West makes 9 different models on 3 different chassis and we’re going to take
a look at three of them right now.
The BO-M (which is short for Bohemian which in French is pronounced Bohème) is New West’s
least expensive offering starting at $59k Canadian dollars or just $44k USD.
That prices includes both the van chassis and the build out.
The BO-M is assembled on the GM Chevrolet Express non-extended 2500 chassis and is only
18.5 feet in length – making it ideal for use as a second car.
It has a beautiful modern yet rustic interior design with a versatile interior layout.
The rear dinette converts to your bed and sleeps 2.
There’s a poptop that can sleep another 2.
Mid-section is a basic kitchen with a 2.5 cu.ft. compressor refrigerator, a portable
alcohol stove and a small sink.
Now the water pump on the BO-M is manual but that’s just one of the ways that they’re keeping
the price affordable.
However you also get some nice available upgrades like 100w of solar, a Webasto gas fired heater,
a 1500w inverter and both a side and rear awning.
Next up is The Altitude.
It’s built on the Ford Transit 250 High Roof chassis, imported from Europe with a length
of only 19.5 feet.
It starts at $115k CAD or $87k USD.
The biggest advantage the Altitude brings is its 6’4″ interior standing height – one
of the tallest in its class.
In the back you have an innovative bench seat dinette that converts into your bed.
The rear portion of the bed is on a lift and allows for the storage of bulky items which
are also accessible from the inside.
Mid-van is your galley with a compressor refrigerator, a wood alcohol stove or an induction cooktop
and a marine style sink.
I appreciate the modern design elements like the curved radius corners on the cabinets.
Rounding things out the Altitude features an inside portable toilet and a shower concealed
beneath a folding countertop.
Rounding things out let’s have a look at the Grizzly.
Starting at $139k CAD or $105k USD the Grizzly is assembled on the 19.5 Mercedes Sprinter
2500 4×4 chassis!
It is available in either the a 4 cyclinder 7 speed engine, which is the one I have on
my Sprinter and gets about 26mpg or the more powerful 6 cylinder 5 speed transmission which
gets around 23mpg.
The Grizzly’s design is modern yet rugged for outdoor use at the same time.
It’s a no-frills interior with easy to wipe down floors, cabinets and upholstery yet it
doesn’t compromise on livability.
There’s a dinette/bed in the rear and a second optional dinette up front for 2 people.
In the galley you’ll find an alcohol stove – if you haven’t noticed yet all New-West
designs feature an alcohol stove and that’s so they can completely eliminate the need
There’s also an induction cooktop option.
There’s a large 4.3 cu.ft. compressor refrigerator, a microwave a marine style sink and plenty
Up front behind the driver’s seat is an indoor portable toilet and the shower curtain drops
down from the roof.
There’s also an outside shower.
There are 6 other floorplans and models available so I encourage you to check out New-West’s
I’ll put a link in the video description below.
Two other important points you need to know: First, all models are 4 season except the
BO-M. That means they feature upgraded insulation in the walls, all their water lines are routed
internally and fresh water tanks are also internal.
Heating pads on your holding tanks and heat tape on your water lines are available as
Secondly, New-West offers an incredible 7 year coach warranty which at this time is
the best in the segment.
Now as far as purchasing: If you live in Canada you can buy one directly from New-West or
find them at dealers.
If you’re living in the United States then you’ll purchase the chassis of your choice,
deliver it to New-West’s factory in Canada and when the conversion is complete drive
it back home.
Production time is about 2 weeks and they currently have only a 1 month wait list.
If you’re willing to think outside the box then New-West is a great alternative to the
standard fare camper vans that are available here in the states.
Alright that wraps up this week’s mini-review.
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whenever a new review drops on my channel and thanks for watching Ultramobility Mini-Review
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I’ll see you next time everyone!
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Three Marions had been taken into this area in the 1930’s, an incredible journey overland.
It took several trips to tear her down for the task of pulling her out
It was rescued and restored to working condition.
It was brought to the area in the mid-1930’s by Thomas Kelley. It travelled under its own steam to Fort St. James, then barged to Takla Landing for its final 19 miles to Tom Creek.