I have owned 2 Safari coaches. A 1991 28 ft TREK with the Isuzu chassis and a 1996 Sahara 33 with the Magnum leaf spring chassis. You really want info on the Magnum chassis pusher. There are different suspensions for the year you are interested in. The Blue Max is a Torsilastic BF Goodrich suspension. I have driven coaches with that type and without a few modifications they seem to wander a little. There is a company that provides an update kit to address some of the issues with the Torsilastic suspension. My simple, easy to maintain leaf spring suspension gives a smooth ride, but is not an 8 bag air system. It does not handle and ride as well as a 40 ft coach with a good air suspension. It also never fails to "air-up", etc. and costs substantially less to buy and keep functional.My coach has a 3216 CAT with Alison 3060 trans. It has plenty of power, is quiet, gets 9-10 MPG with a Honda Element TOAD. I have no water leaks, the quality of construction seems to be good. I know some of the 90's Safaris have had rood leak problems. It is usually from the front and rear cap seams. An easy, cheap fix with Eternabond. I forget the figures but have weighed my coach full water and fuel and packed up to travel and had a very good amount of weight left before reaching max weight. It stops fine with the 4 wheel discs. The other actual Safari owner mentioned having brake problems. I would like to know what was wrong that they needed "rebuilding" at 40,000. Probably did not lube the guide pins and the calipers stuck. I have had little trouble with either Safari, and a lot of miles and fun. They are not a Blue Bird or Newell or Fore travel. A same year and mileage Foretravel will set you back about $100,000 more than a well maintained, clean Safari. Different prices, different coaches. One negative is the Onan propane powered gen set. These Emerald units are quiet and except the control board needing to be replaced on just about every one I know of, seem to last a long time. But the amount of fuel per hour is high compared with a diesel unit. I have a good size tank on my Safari, but if running the gen a lot it still needs to be filled frequently. I would much prefer a nice diesel gen set.But I like having $100,000 in the bank better! It really depends what you are looking for in a coach. P mail me if you want more info. Happy camping!