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Randy Pollock

Texas

Reviewed on May 7, 2017

2.4
After much research, we decided to purchase a 2017 Rpod 179 from a dealer in Mesquite, Texas. Although the dealer is approximately 300 miles from our home in San Antonio, we felt confident that the combined quality of the traler and the assurance that we "could take it to any Forrest River dealer for service"', we would be safe. (There is no Rpod dealer within a 100 miles of where we live). The first time we had a problem with the electric tongue lift not working, we found that "any Forrest River dealer" for repairs was true. In fact, even with with Forrest River's help, we were left with called Ngo numerous dealers only to say no and offer no assistance. Fortunately, I did find an area Forrest River dealer has worked very hard to help us. They were the only dealer of 6 which I called that was willing to help us. Although they are not an RPod dealer, they have done much to help us. There has been a series of issues with the RPod which have greatly undermined my confidence in my camper. So far, our 6 month old camper has had considerable problems . Beginning with a defective tongue lift, we found ourselves with a heather that was so loud, we stopped using it and plugged in a stand alone. (Reported to be a piece of packing plastic inside the unit). We have experienced a water leak which flooded the rear storage compartment.(Break at the city water inlet). An A/C unit with a part missing that makes too much noise to use until the part comes in. (2 weeks in the shop so far). Blue caulk scattered on numerous portions of the black framing. Decals beginning peel in some places. This unit sold for $22 k before discount. The most a dealer will allow on trade is $9k. We are trapped in a camper that we have no faith in manufactured by a company we have no faith in and sold by a dealer we have no faith in. If I had a do over, I would have purchased something from a local dealer and it would not have been a Forrest River product.
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Ramiro Ramos

Texas

Reviewed on January 13, 2022

3.2
Purchase trailer in October used it one time and been in the shop since November before Thanksgiving of 2021 as of this date of January 13, 2022 still yet to have my trailer back due to warranty slide out before the company can work on it they have to take pictures so Keystone approve the repairs
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Richard Brooke

Texas

Reviewed on January 13, 2022

4.8
My wife and I lived in ours for 4 months, drove 10,000 miles from West to East and back again covering 27 states. This particular floor plan was perfect for us. We wanted a washer dryer, a real dining booth and recliners for watching TV. The 34T is big enough but not so big to be intimidating. We pulled a full size Ram pickup...6,500 lbs over the rockies and sierras We never had any service or warranty issues so we cannot attest to that aspect of Winnebego.
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Kimberly Marsh

Georgia

Reviewed on January 13, 2022

2.2
I paid 46,000 (including my trade in of a 2020 Jayco Jay Flight) about a month ago (Dec 2021) for this 2022 Jayco White Hawk. Before my first night and before anyone had ventured inside the RV, the table had collapsed onto the floor exposing the 4-one inch screws that tried to hold it into the particleboard. (I'm having to pay for a new table) The first night while taking a shower, the trim on the shower door broke and fell to the floor. Part of the refrigerator had to be put back together. And now that I have been in it for a month, I find that the plumbing to the kitchen sink leaks. Yes, all under the cabinet. This is a 2022. I had called the dealership that I bought it from and they connected me with someone at Jayco. The guy at the dealership told the Jayco employee that I live in the RV and cannot take the RV anywhere and need a mobile service company. The Jayco employee called me and said that he had my appointment set up with a company in another town and I had to take it there. I said "where am I going to stay?" He had no answer. I also told him that I knew of a mobile RV company. However, he did not agree with this. I'm very disappointed with Jayco and will spread the word with my family and friends. I am a travel nurse and many of my friends are travel nurses looking to travel with an RV. Don't waste your money on a Jayco. The bells and whistles are not as nice as you may think.
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James Matheson

Ontario

Reviewed on January 13, 2022

2.6
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Keith a Rothenburg

Texas

Reviewed on January 13, 2022

4.6
I had the pleasure of owning this camper for just under 2 years. In the time, we used it about 30 times. This was my first time owning an RV, so I didn't know what to expect. We selected this particular camper because 1) Jayco had one of the best reputations for quality and 2) it had enough room for our family of four and 3) it could be towed by our Toyota Highlander. We were the 2nd owner of it when we purchased it in 2020 and since then we haven't had to do much to it except the usual maintenance and replace a few things that were my fault. Compared to what I read about other campers this one had been a great considering its age. The set up inside is great. It has bunk beds which my kids love and the table area folds down to a double bed for my wife and I. The kitchen has everything you need to cook for your trip and its also nice it has a full bath. As for towing, it was a breeze. We added a weight distribution hitch system and installed a brake control for adding safety. It was always a joy pulling this camper all around Texas visiting state parks.
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Ron Miller

Louisiana

Reviewed on January 13, 2022

4.4
Winnnebago is no longer to company we used to know. They have merged with the "Thor cooperation". Look them up online under the "Thor Umbrella" Their goal is to produce more for less, there goes you QC. I live in south Louisiana, and bought a 1977 Mini Winni. We drove it to Alaska twice and lived in it for four months in Fort Sam Houston Tx. waiting on goverment quarters. In 1984 we sold before leaving the military with 86000 miles. Other than a leak on the oil pan gasket we had no issues with this unit at all. Quality control has went down the drain. The manufacture ships a unit to the dealer without PDI and lets the customer deal with warranty issues. The dealer is encourged by the manufacture to keep your new unit as long as possible when its in for repair. Every day its in for repair is a day of warranty.
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