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CKrauss

Ontario, Canada

Reviewed on May 30, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Georgetown 5 Series GT5 31L5 view listing

4.6
This was a great starter unit for us. We added the Sumo Springs and Safe-T-Steer which made it drive so much smoother and better. We had some bugs with the unit but we have worked them out. Very comfortable for a family of 4 but we have travelled with 6 with no...read more
This was a great starter unit for us. We added the Sumo Springs and Safe-T-Steer which made it drive so much smoother and better. We had some bugs with the unit but we have worked them out. Very comfortable for a family of 4 but we have travelled with 6 with no issues.
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Tamara Hill

California, USA

Reviewed on April 28, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Sunseeker 3250SLE view listing

5.0
This is the most amazing RV! It's a smooth ride and it feels bigger on the inside! Perfect size allows you to go everywhere. It's so beautiful and comfy inside. Spacious and comfortable living areas, perfect for families and entertaining, Fully functional kitchen with modern appliances for all your...read more
This is the most amazing RV! It's a smooth ride and it feels bigger on the inside! Perfect size allows you to go everywhere. It's so beautiful and comfy inside. Spacious and comfortable living areas, perfect for families and entertaining, Fully functional kitchen with modern appliances for all your culinary adventures, Cozy sleeping quarters, State-of-the-art entertainment system for those relaxing evenings in, Climate control for comfort in any weather condition, Ample storage for all your gear and necessities
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Bruce W Hughart

North Carolina, USA

Reviewed on March 2, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Rockwood 2606WS view listing

3.8
This trailer was our first leap up from a pop up. We purchased spring of 2018 and have traveled extensively. Home based in NC we've made trips to Michigan's UP and and back down through Wisconsin. Another summer trekked to Maine and the Canadian border. A couple trips to Florida. And many trips to...read more
This trailer was our first leap up from a pop up. We purchased spring of 2018 and have traveled extensively. Home based in NC we've made trips to Michigan's UP and and back down through Wisconsin. Another summer trekked to Maine and the Canadian border. A couple trips to Florida. And many trips to various destinations 2 to 4 hours from home. So this trailer has been over some rough roads and seen a lot of use. It's held up very well in my estimation. We have had a few minor failures but considering it's a small home traveling down the road at 65 mph I would expect that. So we've had several minor failures that I've been able to repair requiring 2-4 hours of my time. We did have a catastrophic tire blow out in Maine a couple years ago on a tire that was properly inflated and showed no signs of impending failure. I think Rockwood is now equipping their RVs with Goodyear tires but the 2018 model came with China bombs on the wheel. We are in the market for a new rig but only because we now need a bunk house for grand children. Otherwise I'd probably keep camping in it for several more years. I hope our nex rig hold up as well as thin one has. To the best of my knowledge my rig came with a 1 year warranty. I have never contacted the dealer or the factory for warranty service or repairs. Anything that needed fixing was just easier and less expensive to do myself.
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Robert Edwards

Montana, USA

Reviewed on February 5, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Riverstone legacy 38MB view listing

2.8
We really like best Riverstone legacy but big problems came up the whole coach started delaminating. For $150,000 you think Forest River would cover this but that's a no. You have no choice but to get rid of the coach and hand that problem off to somebody else. I will never buy a Forest River...read more
We really like best Riverstone legacy but big problems came up the whole coach started delaminating. For $150,000 you think Forest River would cover this but that's a no. You have no choice but to get rid of the coach and hand that problem off to somebody else. I will never buy a Forest River product again
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KYLE SMITH

Michigan, USA

Reviewed on December 29, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Salem 27REI view listing

2.2
This trailer was a disaster from day one I would never get another forest river salem never after delivering the driver slide out came loose and to dealership the fix 300 mile no vacation july 29th November through smokies mountain 27 Drgree stop to sleep close hot water tank Lp...read more
This trailer was a disaster from day one I would never get another forest river salem never after delivering the driver slide out came loose and to dealership the fix 300 mile no vacation july 29th November through smokies mountain 27 Drgree stop to sleep close hot water tank Lp gas leak under bed we almost die. Fitting lose . Fix fitting on to NC and t still here still here setting here looking at sealing tile bubble making notes for lawyer when we return to Michigan in spring
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Jonathan Mullis

Reviewed on November 21, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Sabre Cobalt 36 BHQ view listing

4.8
We have had this RV for almost 2 years. It tows great and is very stable on the road. Over all quality is great and has held up well to me, my wife and our 18 year old daughter. Plenty of room and very very cozy. Four seasons package makes winter a breeze. Overall a great RV. We just bought a new...read more
We have had this RV for almost 2 years. It tows great and is very stable on the road. Over all quality is great and has held up well to me, my wife and our 18 year old daughter. Plenty of room and very very cozy. Four seasons package makes winter a breeze. Overall a great RV. We just bought a new house so priorities are elsewhere now.
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Julia Duhaime

Reviewed on October 1, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Riverstone 39FL view listing

5.0
We purchased our 2018 Riverstone in Jan 2019, and headed out for a tour around the country for 1 1/2 years, then lived in it full time in Florida for 3 1/2 years The livability of the 39FL is fantastic. The kitchen layout is perfect for the amount of counter space (the island), allowing me to have...read more
We purchased our 2018 Riverstone in Jan 2019, and headed out for a tour around the country for 1 1/2 years, then lived in it full time in Florida for 3 1/2 years The livability of the 39FL is fantastic. The kitchen layout is perfect for the amount of counter space (the island), allowing me to have everything I needed right at my fingertips, no walking across the room for supplies. Also, having a residential fridge gave me plenty of storage space to stock up, and the lower freezer drawer is large. We always traveled with the fridge on, never had any issues. The induction stove is just as good as having a gas stove, in terms of controlling cooking temperatures. The convection oven was large enough and cooked evenly, I could even bake muffins, cakes and bread. (We do not have a traditional oven). Dishwasher is small, but works great, nice to not have to wash dishes by hand! The front living room gives just enough separation, and I liked the built ins for storage (one side held all my crafting and sewing supplies), the TV flipped up and held all our books and DVDs and the other side held all our files and important household items. Having both bump-out couches turn into beds was also a plus for having family stay with us. Recliners are comfortable and the 60” TV made for great movie nights. We also have the dual shades, one for sun, and then full coverage. The bathroom is very functional given it’s size, again, plenty of storage. The bedroom, being in the rear makes it a quiet place to sleep, and with the bureau, over-the-bed cupboards and double closet, there is plenty of storage. Washer dryer location is easy to get to and the bed is a great place to fold laundry. Another feature that is key in the Riverstone is the 4” insulated walls. It is very quiet, and we have been in areas that were cold, around 30 degrees and we were warm and toasty with the heat on. The bedroom and Living Room fireplaces make it cozy and warm. Nothing like having the bedroom fireplace on before you get up on a chilly morning. The rig towed smoothly, turned well and made many it up may steep grades and switchbacks with ease. Now that we are done traveling, the layout of this 39FL is going to be the starting point for building a tiny home. I want to keep that kitchen!
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Jerry H

Reviewed on September 18, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River R-Pod RP-190 view listing

2.8
We have towed our R-Pod several thousand miles. Many enjoyable trips, but have had to do repairs after each journey. I continue to be amazed at the low quality of the construction of this unit. The typical drain pipe support breaking, twice now. We are lucky to not have had electrical failure by...read more
We have towed our R-Pod several thousand miles. Many enjoyable trips, but have had to do repairs after each journey. I continue to be amazed at the low quality of the construction of this unit. The typical drain pipe support breaking, twice now. We are lucky to not have had electrical failure by now, based on the experience other owners. Fixed some rain leaks and interior trim that needs to be refastened all too often. Now the final straw is that the poor design has inadequate support for the slide out wall, which is collapsing. No frame support built in, and the supporting wall is distorted to near complete failure. It seems that newer models have those frame supports built in, but that Forest River no longer provides the frame supports for this model for a mechanic to install. This unit will soon be unrepairable. So much for trusting Forest River products. From the first year, it was apparent that they care very little about customer satisfaction.
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Don Cherry

Reviewed on September 6, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8329SS view listing

3.0
Have owned this trailer for almost 4 years. I've been all over the country. Every time I go out something breaks. The wall unit that holds the TV bounced away from the wall , made a mess of the ceiling. Th e rear cap has seperated off the floor, the insurance co.will pay $5,000 for that and the...read more
Have owned this trailer for almost 4 years. I've been all over the country. Every time I go out something breaks. The wall unit that holds the TV bounced away from the wall , made a mess of the ceiling. Th e rear cap has seperated off the floor, the insurance co.will pay $5,000 for that and the wall unit. I first purchased the trailer the cheap Chines tire blew, tire warranty covered only the warranty on the tire $30. The damage was over $1,000. Forest River would not cover anything. I purchased the parts from them at full price. Water pump went out. I would not recommend a Forest River product.
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Astrid Hanser

Reviewed on August 22, 2023

RV reviewed 2018 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf 17BHSE view listing

4.6
It is a great trailer, pulls nice and although light and seems small it’s actually pretty big once inside. Went camping with 4 adults and a golden retriever and not once we felt cramped inside. Very happy with...read more
It is a great trailer, pulls nice and although light and seems small it’s actually pretty big once inside. Went camping with 4 adults and a golden retriever and not once we felt cramped inside. Very happy with it!
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