One of the things we really liked about the floor plan is that the driver and passenger seats pivot so that they can be used for seating in the “lounge” area of the camper. The Navion IQ doesn’t have a slide, but the seats rotating really opens up the space making up for the additional space created by a slide.
There are plenty of cabinets in our IQ floor plan. The manufacturer touts the curved design as European in style. I guess I don’t really know what that means, but I like it. The galley sink and cooktop both have hinged glass covers over them that increase the available counter space when they’re not in use. The galley faucet is hinged and is raised for use when the sink cover is open.
The dinette at the back of the coach folds down into a what seems to be a fairly comfortable bed, though we have yet to try it for a night of camping. The dinette table slides to either side and is lifted out of the way and stored under neath when the dinnette is made up for a bed.
There is a nice entertainment system. The TV can be oriented to face to the rear or to the front.
More images of the inside can be seen in in my Navion IQ set on Flickr.
I’m sure that we will be using this RV a lot more than our old one.