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Neptune 36PDQ

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

When you step up to buy a new diesel motorhome, there are many things to be considered,
including price, quality, performance and, of course, value. Striving to toe the mark on
all of these sometimes seemingly opposing points isn’t impossible — but it is a tough task
for any manufacturer. Holiday Rambler’s Neptune line, a tier above the company’s
entry-level pushers, offers coach enthusiasts a host of new features that should make the
nameplate popular with anyone who doesn’t want to write a six-figure check that starts with
the number “2.” The Neptune 36PDQ exhibits excellent performance, luxury and livability,
and is a pretty good bargain for a generously appointed quad-slide coach. The PDQ
floorplan, laid out along traditional lines for a coach of this type, includes a front
living room, mid-coach galley and dining area, followed by a walk-through bathroom and a
rear bedroom with a queen bed. Spacious and comfortable with its four slideouts, tasteful
decor and stylish furnishings, the Neptune PDQ met or exceeded our performance and
livability expectations in every category. With its formidable Roadmaster chassis,
confidence-inspiring maneuverability and good road manners, this unit is more than suitable
for long-term road trips and extended campground stays. For complete details and full test
impressions on the Neptune 36PDQ, pick up the May 2006 issue of MotorHome magazine on the
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