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3.6 (17 reviews)
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3.7
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3.2
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4.2
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3.9
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2.9

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dee ellison

Reviewed on June 21, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Hill Country 32RL view listing

2.6
We Never Got To Use It Used For Guest Who NEVER came. I Love The Floor Plan. The Only Down Fall The Couch,and recliner Chairs are so called leather and are pealing stays in covered area Next Time Material Covering... read more
We Never Got To Use It Used For Guest Who NEVER came. I Love The Floor Plan. The Only Down Fall The Couch,and recliner Chairs are so called leather and are pealing stays in covered area Next Time Material Covering
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
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Wayne Harnish

Reviewed on June 12, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Sunset Trail Super Lite ST290QB view listing

4.4
The 2016 Crossroads ST290QB is a very nice travel trailer that is towable with any full size pickup or SUV at under 5,800 lbs. dry weight. The wide stance axels make it very stable while towing. LED lighting in and out make it dry camping friendly to conserve battery usage. The quad bunks in the bunkhouse a... read more
The 2016 Crossroads ST290QB is a very nice travel trailer that is towable with any full size pickup or SUV at under 5,800 lbs. dry weight. The wide stance axels make it very stable while towing. LED lighting in and out make it dry camping friendly to conserve battery usage. The quad bunks in the bunkhouse at the rear of the trailer is great for kids and friends and the trifold sofa bed is great for visiting adults. The outside kitchen is nice with a small refrigerator to keep drinks cold so as not to need to go in and out of the trailer or need an extra cooler with ice. It also has a wash sink and 2 burner cooktop which are convenient. The power awning and tongue jack make setup a little quicker and easier.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Randy Ricker

New Mexico

Reviewed on November 18, 2021

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Altitude 282 view listing

5.0
This toyhauler is versatile, easy to tow, and has nice features like the power awning. It will fit two Harleys with room to spare. Exceptional quality construction. The power queen size bunk in the rear is nice with the ramp door open and screen pulled down in summer for sleeping. The shower is a good size.... read more
This toyhauler is versatile, easy to tow, and has nice features like the power awning. It will fit two Harleys with room to spare. Exceptional quality construction. The power queen size bunk in the rear is nice with the ramp door open and screen pulled down in summer for sleeping. The shower is a good size.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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J Taylor

Utah

Reviewed on July 18, 2021

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Cruiser Aire 32BH view listing

1.0
My daughter and son in law within the last few months purchased this Fifth Wheel trailer. I am telling you what a joke, the A/C does not and will not cool. They are 5 hours away from their dealer and all they could say was… “you will have to bring it back” I am sure that’s the reason... read more
My daughter and son in law within the last few months purchased this Fifth Wheel trailer. I am telling you what a joke, the A/C does not and will not cool. They are 5 hours away from their dealer and all they could say was… “you will have to bring it back” I am sure that’s the reason they bought this Fifth Wheel is so they could haul it 5 hours to get it fixed. I tried to get some tips from the service department but was put on hold time after time. I guess that is because they have a large line up of repairs.
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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Scott Anderson

Kentucky

Reviewed on March 15, 2021

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Z-1 211RD view listing

4.8
We bought are camper used but in like new condition. We didn't have to do anything to it. It looked new. I salesman said it had a miner leak in the closet. He had put sealant on it where he thought it leaked. There was no damage that we could see or feel. We have been out in some down poor and no leaks what s... read more
We bought are camper used but in like new condition. We didn't have to do anything to it. It looked new. I salesman said it had a miner leak in the closet. He had put sealant on it where he thought it leaked. There was no damage that we could see or feel. We have been out in some down poor and no leaks what so ever.We have had it 2 years now and it still looks new. We are a single family with no kids home now. We do have to small dogs that travel with us. One of them chewed on one of the mini blinds. Ours has the 15" wheels. Everything works as it should. I do clean the roof off every year. I put a coat of white dicor sealant on the roof this year just to bring back that nice white roof. I take care of our camper and put a Classic Accessories cover on it every winter. This camper is easy to maintain and to winterize. I only need about 2/3 of a gallon of rv antifreeze. I have owned 6 different campers from a tent to 2 truck campers, a Class B, 2 class C motorhomes. I would rather have motorhomes but we bought this camper for $8,400 and have enjoyed it. It pulls great and the wife likes it as well. I don't think it's the brand as much as taken care of what you buy.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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dave

Florida

Reviewed on November 16, 2019

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Z-1 ZT225TD view listing

3.6
bought this used in early 2019. so far so good. its a lower end camper so its not as refined as the more expensive ones but works perfectly for our needs. minor installation annoyances from the factory, but from everything ive read, it happens alot with all rv's. the layout is great, and so far we've camped ... read more
bought this used in early 2019. so far so good. its a lower end camper so its not as refined as the more expensive ones but works perfectly for our needs. minor installation annoyances from the factory, but from everything ive read, it happens alot with all rv's. the layout is great, and so far we've camped in 20 degree weather and 100 degree weather and it stays comfortable inside. my only real issue is once the deck is loaded with toys, the tongue weight is more then most normal tow vehicles can handle.
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3.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Darrell

Utah

Reviewed on July 23, 2019

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Rezerve 31BH view listing

2.2
Bought our Reserve brand new. Had a two page list of items that needed fixed. That was just from the first weekend trip. Batteries that wouldn’t take a charge. Missing bolts for the bed supports, completely missed chalking on seams, awning falling off cargo doors that wouldn’t open. You name it. I... read more
Bought our Reserve brand new. Had a two page list of items that needed fixed. That was just from the first weekend trip. Batteries that wouldn’t take a charge. Missing bolts for the bed supports, completely missed chalking on seams, awning falling off cargo doors that wouldn’t open. You name it. It’s happened. Spent the first six months of its life at the dealer waiting for Cross roads to make right. You can’t play nice with Crossroads. In order to get anything fixed. You have be a total A## to them. And rip them a new one. Other wise your rig will be at the dealer for 12 mos. and they won’t cover crap. And say it’s out of warranty. My favorite part of or family trips are. What will need to be fixed from this trip. That broke, stopped working. Or is on its way out. Looks good in the photos. And when you peek inside. I would take back my ‘99 Sunnybrooke. Everything still worked. And it wasn’t falling apart. Worst build quality of any trailer I have owned. Don’t buy a Reserve - garbage.
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3.0
Overall quality
1.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
3.0
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Aleta Juergens

Missouri

Reviewed on March 23, 2019

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Zinger 30QB view listing

4.4
We had never owned an RV or even looked at one before we bought this one. We took it on 3 short 2 day trips. Then pulled it to Minnesota, which was 1200 Mi one way. It is equipped with a sway bar and it pulled easily. We pulled it with a 1/2 T pickup, which handled it adequately in the high winds we encou... read more
We had never owned an RV or even looked at one before we bought this one. We took it on 3 short 2 day trips. Then pulled it to Minnesota, which was 1200 Mi one way. It is equipped with a sway bar and it pulled easily. We pulled it with a 1/2 T pickup, which handled it adequately in the high winds we encountered in SD. A 3/4 T would be best. For 2 retired people in our 70's the RV is too big for us. It needs a family. It is roomy, has lots of storage. It has a hookup for TV or video games in the Bunk room, A hook up for a TV in the living space, with a swivel mount so the TV can be watched from the master bedroom at night. The kitchen is convenient, with microwave, refrigerator, and plug-ins. The only thing I didn't like about the RV is the bathroom is small, which isn't a big deal because most campgrounds have showers and restrooms. Outside the RV is a mini kitchen, with gas stove, sink for cleaning fish, and drinks. You can use the connector from the stove to hook up a grill and use the camper gas. It has a lighted canopy, outside speakers, an outside shower to hose mud off kids. and large storage space for camper accessories. The bunks have never been slept in. The master bed is a short queen. We used it for the trips in 2016, took 1 trip in 2017, and it has been stored in the barn all of 2018. My husband hurt his back and had to have surgery in late 2017, so we haven't been able to travel. I love to camp, but since my husband has to do most of the heavy work, hooking up, setting up, etc, it isn't practical for us to keep it. We decided to sell this to someone who could use it, or trade for a smaller one. This camper would be good for a temporary home for someone who has had their home ravaged by tornado or flood as well as for traveling.
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Sherri

Missouri

Reviewed on May 17, 2018

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Rezerve 31SB view listing

4.8
We have owned our Crossroad for over a year now and love it. We go camping 2-4 times a month from May to September so it certainly gets used. We had an issue with our awning's LED lights (not all of them worked). They replaced them at no charge.... read more
We have owned our Crossroad for over a year now and love it. We go camping 2-4 times a month from May to September so it certainly gets used. We had an issue with our awning's LED lights (not all of them worked). They replaced them at no charge.
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5.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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DeLinda Uttley

Pennsylvania

Reviewed on August 27, 2017

RV reviewed 2016 CrossRoads Hampton 400FL view listing

2.0
Please do NOT waste your money like we did. The floor plan is super great the quality is horrible. First time I put clothes in two of the drawers the bottom fell out. The electric hot water heater would only heat once then shut off, blow valve leaked none stop. I had to reattach the light in the closet twice ... read more
Please do NOT waste your money like we did. The floor plan is super great the quality is horrible. First time I put clothes in two of the drawers the bottom fell out. The electric hot water heater would only heat once then shut off, blow valve leaked none stop. I had to reattach the light in the closet twice in the first week. Shower door handle fell off the first time it was used. Ceiling fan was damaged in shipping when they failed to line but blades before closing slide. I had to remove the light covers from the three lights on the slide to keep the lights working (we're thinking the vibration from walking with the wight of the covers bulbs we're good). The ice maker line was installed incorrectly causing a leak (not covered by warranty). When we finally got the dealer (owner) to come out instead of dealing with the service manager after three months we were told it's a good thing that it didn't burn down around us with the way the hot water tank was wired.The ceiling fan was replaced July of 2016 and July of 2017 it started arcing Sparks big enough to see all the way to the floor and DID NOT through the breaker. The stablizer Jack's have to be adjusted every week and have started twisting the frame and worping the walls. The floor sags when you walk across it. The bay window leaks when you pull in the rain when asked to fix it the first day we had it was told," This trailers are not designed to be moved." It's listed as a travel trailer on the title and built on wheels! The roof is curved with both ends higher than the middle so that water rarely exits the gutter on the ends, usually on the slide or window. The awning on front was mounted to were the gutter is sealed in two places by caulking. Vent fan in kitchen area stopped working after about ten uses. You can not open vents without fan being on. Air conditioner will not push air enough to move a candle flame to any rear vents unless you hold the candle about three inches under the vent (ductwork improperly installed). Light flicker bright and dim. Customer service tells you one thing so you wait for the service call for weeks then call back and get told you never called to begin with and that nothing is under the warranty like you were told when you purchased.
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1.0
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5.0
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1.0
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