I purchased a Serenity from Intermountain Coach Leasing then drove it to Texas to see some extended family I had not seen in a while. The trip was uneventful, but it was pretty windy along the way but no storms or incidents. I was delighted at howl little effect strong cross winds had on the vehicle. I didn’t realize the handling ability until I was south of Dalhardt, TX and was going through a couple of small towns. When I had purchased the vehicle, the folks at Intermountain Coach told me that it would be easy to handle, and it was. Even when I passed by huge grain tanks not far from the road that were blocking the wind and making a sort of vacuum effect, the Serenity did really well. When I stopped for a pit stop I had a question about the blow valve that came attached to the tank on the driver’s side rear in the black water tank area. I called Intermountain Coach about it and they explained and answered my questions very well with no incidents. All in all, my first road trip with my new RV was great. Couldn’t have done it without the guidance from the guys here. Thanks again.
308 E Pikes Peak AveColorado Springs, CO 80903
Thank you for your great customer service provided in our recent car shopping experience at Intermountain Coach. I initially stopped just to look at the Airstream motor homes and spotted a beautiful Chrysler convertible. Your willingness to hold the vehicle until my husband could see it the following day was much appreciated. Although as I predicted we tried out the white one and my husband liked the green colored one better. You understood and pulled the green convertible out for a test drive too. This is where customer service meets the road, no request is too small. After the drive we were given a very fair price for our trade in and we now proudly drive a Chrysler convertible. It is a very nice car and we are enjoying it very much. Thanks again and most likely this will not be our last vehicle from Intermountain Coach.
After purchasing a new RV from Intermountain Coach Leasing, I couldn’t wait to get it out on the open road to see what it could do. I was very surprised at my first long trip. The ride and drive was very easy. After 10 hours of driving I was still quite comfortable. I have driven 3-5 hours in cars and felt more fatigued. And there was no comparison on a two day 1,000 mile trip to Indiana by car. That was tiring. Two days and 1,000 miles driving my new RV was a stroll in the park compared to the Indiana trip. And my family and I will likely be doing the Indiana trip in July if my schedule keeps as is. All in all, a great first experience and you guys have my thanks.