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2019 Coachmen Leprechaun 27QB Class C reviews

5.0 (1 reviews)
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Michael Fjetland

Reviewed on March 1, 2023

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5.0
The Coachmen Leprechaun 27QB (Class C) is the ideal RV for multiple purposes. It is perfect for chilling out with a nice sofa plus the table with facing seats that turn into a bed and in the back a QUEEN size mattress with charging portals next to the top, under storage bit enough for raincoats and boots. I ... read more
The Coachmen Leprechaun 27QB (Class C) is the ideal RV for multiple purposes. It is perfect for chilling out with a nice sofa plus the table with facing seats that turn into a bed and in the back a QUEEN size mattress with charging portals next to the top, under storage bit enough for raincoats and boots. I recently met a woman at an RV park on the Gulf of Mexico who works remotely for a job in New Hampshire! Yet she was on a Texas beach with her 30-foot RV and car towed behind, doing her day job -- then walking the nice warm beach not 100 feet away. Perfect for couples even with children. I used it for my solo hotel and restaurant during covid, towing my jeep behind. I added a TV in the bedroom and had RV dealer add a satellite connection. It has a connection to flush the black tank instead of just relying on the gray water. It's a Ford V10 engine that my mechanic had no trouble changing the oil or checking the engine. The 27QB Coachmen is 30 feet bumper to bumper. In my several years of experience that is the "Goldilocks" size for almost anyone wanting to go RVing, whether it's working remotely or camping with the family. Not too big, not too small. Biggest mistake for first-time RV buyers (like I was)--Don't go to small on your first purchase! The 30 foot length is easy to maneuver. The Leprechaun has upgrades not found in lower models like the Freelander. I bought solar panels for it to charge batteries in event of a power failure after a hurricane. The unit has a heat/cool thermostat like you have in your house, not a knob to twist as my smaller Freelander had. The storage in the back of this unit is HUGE!
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