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2021 Jayco Jay Flight 28BHS Travel Trailer reviews

3.6 (2 reviews)
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3.0
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3.0
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4.5
Driving/towing
4.5
Factory warranty
3.0

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Theresa Grimm

Arizona, USA

Reviewed on April 5, 2024

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2.2
I have mixed feelings about this travel trailer. This was our big leap from a tent. The layout of the trailer is great, although the main bedroom is a little tight to move around in. There is ample space with the slide out to move around. What a dream right... however, the camper is falling apart and let me r... read more
I have mixed feelings about this travel trailer. This was our big leap from a tent. The layout of the trailer is great, although the main bedroom is a little tight to move around in. There is ample space with the slide out to move around. What a dream right... however, the camper is falling apart and let me remind you, it's a 2021. We purchased a Jayco based on how great the quality was supposed to be but, our camper is so poorly manufactured that the ongoing issues have made this one of the worst purchases ever. It has spent more time at the rv dealer awaiting parts and being repaired that we've only used it 6 times in 3 years. That's hardly enough to even figure it all out yet. From various water leaks, to bulging exterior siding, decals peeling off, wallpaper bubbling, trim pieces coming off and/or bowing from the windows and walls, the outdoor kitchen installed crooked, the waste valve allows liquid to get past it, the vinyl flooring has cracked, the Jayco command control panel goes blank, the tanks give false readings on how full they are, the speakers cut out, the bathroom vanity cabinet is crooked and the bottom is coming out, etc.... contacting Jayco is useless, they have declined help/assistance because it is past the 2 year warranty, keep in mind, it sat at the dealer for almost 1 of those years cumulatively waiting for various repairs. I guess the bottom line is Jayco's quality isn't what it used to be so do yourself a favor and buy something else.
Livability
1.0
Overall quality
1.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
Factory warranty/support
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Shawn

California

Reviewed on July 3, 2021

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5.0
I wanted a quality bunkhouse that had an outdoor kitchen, huge shower, U-shaped dinette, and a couch. This model for the bill. I have had this unit for about six months now and have used it extensively in that time. This was not my first travel trailer so I was pretty particular on what I wanted. It’s l... read more
I wanted a quality bunkhouse that had an outdoor kitchen, huge shower, U-shaped dinette, and a couch. This model for the bill. I have had this unit for about six months now and have used it extensively in that time. This was not my first travel trailer so I was pretty particular on what I wanted. It’s long enough to fit my family yet short enough to fit in county and state parks. I love the interior and exterior colors. A few things I don’t like…1) in road mode, you cannot walk from the master bedroom into the camper (with the super slide in, it blocks off the door into the main cabin/bathroom. The trailer does have two doors, so you have to go outside and then back in to reach the bathroom. So if you pull over somewhere to sleep and you can’t open your slide, just remember that. 2) I don’t like how there is still carpet in the slide. It’s not necessary and other models have already done away with the carpet. 3) It’s a 50 amp trailer but it only came with 1 1,500 btu air conditioner. In the master bedroom, there isn’t even a vent to upgrade it with another air conditioner - so if I want to add an additional air conditioner, they would have to cut into the roof. Why make it 50 amp if there is only 1 air conditioner? Seems silly. 4) The outside kitchen refrigerator runs on 110 electricity. I know most outside refrigerators are like this but why? They run gas lines under the trailer to hook up to the outside cooking unit, it would be easy to change this option. I personally added a bumper attached swing out 17” Blackstone griddle and it is amazing to coincide with the two burner outside stovetop. This made the kitchen awesome. 5) When the outside kitchen pulls out, it sits at an elevated level. My wife is shorter, so she has to reach up to use it. I built a podium for her to stand on so she is more comfortable using the outside kitchen. The height of the outside kitchen is done for me. Overall I love the trailer and I haven’t experienced any major problems. I would definitely buy it again.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
Floorplan
5.0
Driving/towing
5.0
Factory warranty/support
5.0
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