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2008 Roadtrek reviews

4.3 (3 reviews)
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty
1.7

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John Arendsen

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Reviewed on April 17, 2021

RV reviewed 2008 Roadtrek Mercedes Sprinter view listing

5.0
We purchased this Sprinter RV in 2018 and have really enjoyed it and use is often. It has all the creature comforts we need. As an avid surfier it couldn't be a better choice. It's a 19 footer and my wife loves to drive it because it has such a great turning radius and she can easily get in and out of reg... read more
We purchased this Sprinter RV in 2018 and have really enjoyed it and use is often. It has all the creature comforts we need. As an avid surfier it couldn't be a better choice. It's a 19 footer and my wife loves to drive it because it has such a great turning radius and she can easily get in and out of regular parking spaces which was a huge prerequisite for her. I took us two years to find it and we couldn't be happier with it.
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5.0
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5.0
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David keller

Vermont

Reviewed on August 24, 2016

RV reviewed 2008 Roadtrek Adventurous RS view listing

4.0
The RS Adventurous is perfect for two people to travel in. It is easy to drive and easy to park. It negotiates narrow streets easily. The fact that it gets 22 miles per gallon of diesel fuel is nice. We have towed a U-Haul trailer with ease. Camping in National Parks and National Forests without hookups is ea... read more
The RS Adventurous is perfect for two people to travel in. It is easy to drive and easy to park. It negotiates narrow streets easily. The fact that it gets 22 miles per gallon of diesel fuel is nice. We have towed a U-Haul trailer with ease. Camping in National Parks and National Forests without hookups is easy as long as you have propane and water. It is comfortable to sleep in and to live in on bad days. It is very livable
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5.0
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Lon Greenwood

Florida

Reviewed on January 18, 2015

RV reviewed 2008 Roadtrek Roadtrek 210 Popular view listing

4.0
We love camping up and down the Blue Ridge Parkway and at every campground people came over to ask about the unit. 14 - 15 mpg at 65-70 MPH. It rides great and is very comfortable. Get one and you won't be disappointed!... read more
We love camping up and down the Blue Ridge Parkway and at every campground people came over to ask about the unit. 14 - 15 mpg at 65-70 MPH. It rides great and is very comfortable. Get one and you won't be disappointed!
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