September 17
It’s All About The Ride

“You don’t understand the difference until you drive one. The ride in the bus is just so much different from the ride in any Class A. It’s much quieter, and feels more substantial.” — Coach owner

Yes, it’s luxurious, incomparably so. And miles ahead in technology and engineering. But for many motorhome aficionados, the real Liberty difference is all about the ride.

“There’s no fatigue in driving this bus, that’s the biggest difference. I used to drive a fiberglass coach and after 8 hours, your arm would be killing you from fighting the steering wheel all day long.” — Professional driver

A lot of it has to do with Prevost, of course. It’s been the standard shell for luxury conversion coaches since Liberty built the first one in 1978. But it also has everything to do with what Liberty brings to the platform in the form of engineering expertise no other convertor can touch.

“We put all of the heaver equipment toward the back of the coach and leave the front bays essentially open … so you’re not getting that ‘pushing feel’ and constantly having to work the steering wheel. I tell people, you’ll notice the difference as soon as you drive off the lot, and they look at me like I’m crazy – until they do it.” — Frank Konigseder Jr.

The result is a combination of easy handling, superior balance and stability, and whisper quiet operation that is simply unmatched in the field. But don’t take our word for it. Ask any Liberty Coach owner what it’s like to drive one. Or better yet, come down to Stuart and drive one yourself. We know you’ll agree: there’s nothing like a Liberty.

“We couldn’t be having this conversation in our old coach [on speakerphone driving down I-84 at 75mph]. To give you an idea of how smooth the Liberty is, we have a Mercedes SUV. This coach rides better than that does. You absolutely cannot overstate the difference.” – Coach owner