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2022 Airstream reviews

3.1 (6 reviews)
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2.5
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2.5
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4.2
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4.0
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2.2

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Jack Houston

Reviewed on August 16, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Airstream Interstate 19 view listing

1.4
The Airstream Interstate 19 is a disastrous money pit built by unskilled workers using cheap materials while cutting corners and cost anywhere they can. I have owned mine for over a year and still I'm unable to fix several major issues with the van due to the poor build quality and incompetence of...read more
The Airstream Interstate 19 is a disastrous money pit built by unskilled workers using cheap materials while cutting corners and cost anywhere they can. I have owned mine for over a year and still I'm unable to fix several major issues with the van due to the poor build quality and incompetence of the dealer. I would never recommend this van to anyone. I regret buying it and don't wish this experience on anyone. The list of issues I've had is so long it could never fit in this review so lets just do the highlights. AC is cheap piece of junk that is so loud it can't be used. Most owners end up replacing theirs at a cost of $2000. Battery wiring was wrong and the coach battery kept getting drained. Solar wired wrong. Water pump replaced 3 times. Water heater doesn't work properly so you take cold showers. Shower doesn't drain. Dealer says it's normal. Door panel didn't fit right and damaged the paint. This has never been fixed. Sink leaked. Rain leaked into the cab. Rust on the roof because Airstream drilled holes during installation and never cleaned the metal shavings. Rattles constantly when driving. Suspension is inadequate to handle the 8000 weight so it had to be upgraded at a cost of $5500. Avoid this vehicle at all costs. It's a nightmare on wheels.
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1.0
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1.0
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3.0
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1.0
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Tim Clinton

Reviewed on June 24, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Airstream Murphy Suite Atlas view listing

2.2
We received our Atlas Airsteam after waiting 10 months. It been a nightmare. Not one trip without something breaking. Now they said it not covered under warranty, so we need to pay for the repairs on the stabilizer jacks. There a remote control inside the Atlas that raises the jacks. We hit retract...read more
We received our Atlas Airsteam after waiting 10 months. It been a nightmare. Not one trip without something breaking. Now they said it not covered under warranty, so we need to pay for the repairs on the stabilizer jacks. There a remote control inside the Atlas that raises the jacks. We hit retract and they showed as being retracted on the screen but were not. Moved two feet and now they need to be replaced at 3K. Airstream said they encourage you to look under the vehicle and not rely on the screens. Below is a list to date of all the defects. 1. Water leaking from plastic tubing never crimped, day one never check the water lines at the factory. Had to purchase a crimping tool and crimp the connections. 2. Plugged into the two USB charging ports on the sofa and out popped a piece of black plastic rendering this unusable. These were defective. 3. Exterior storage compartment door hits the exhaust pipe when opening and closing. This has resulted in the door finish being chipped off. 4. The USB charging port above the passenger’s seat not working 5. Luggage door alarm has been an issue for over 10 months, beeping every time you put the vehicle in gea! 6. The large cabinet doors are falling off, the hinge screws are coming out. 7. Wardrobe closet shelf falls from bracket; it was cut to short. 8. Plastic cap located in water fill compartment is broken 9. Silverware and wardrobe closets slide open when driving 10. Picked up RV from schedule service repairs to find water puddles on floor from refrigerator defrosting. This has happened two times to date. 11. Door hinge on camper access door coming apart 12. Exterior coating is cracking where roof meets the rear of the camper, they picked up on a flatbed to be repainted in Jackson Ohio. It was my responsibility to fly out to retrieve it for Maine. I had to pay all the expense to fly and drive it back. 13. Roof white seam tape is peeling off 14. Received recall notice on the emissions 2020 Sprinter 15. Panel under passenger side seat falls off when you open the door 16. Canopy caught on the extender arm and damage the fabric. 17. Airstream recall notice received “cooktop gas may leak” 18. First camping trip after the Atlas was in the shop for two weeks the macerator was not working, Airstream of Ohio found wipes used by the service team jammed it, that was no charge 19. First camping trip after the Atlas was at Mercedes Bens of Scarborough for two weeks the TV would only come up ¾ of the way. 21. Small storage carpet is always wet, photo sent in a previous email to Airstream. They had to replace the gaskets. 22. Couch motor fail, couch in down position for most of the trip, now told it's out of warranty. 23. Re-cracking of the body needs to go back to Ohio to be repaint for the second time. First time they had it for 6 weeks during the best camping seasons. 24. Sofa failing to return to the upright position 25. Stabilizer jacks not extending, “stabilizers down” alarm sounds when in drive mode until silenced 26. At different time the recliner does not work that closest to the front of the cab I would not recomend anyone by an Airstream Atlas.
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1.0
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1.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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1.0
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Louis Maita

Reviewed on June 8, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Airstream Caravel 22FB view listing

5.0
This 2022 Air Stream Caravel 20' F.B. is the top of the line In outdoor camp style living. This is a turn key operation. . Upgraded 32” Smart TV. 2. A custom bike carrier for the rear of the travel trailer. 3. All bedding included: pillows + pillow cases, sheets, 4" foam on top of inter spring...read more
This 2022 Air Stream Caravel 20' F.B. is the top of the line In outdoor camp style living. This is a turn key operation. . Upgraded 32” Smart TV. 2. A custom bike carrier for the rear of the travel trailer. 3. All bedding included: pillows + pillow cases, sheets, 4" foam on top of inter spring mattress, heated blanket, and Comforter. 4. Custom Audio System for TV or off the air listening. 5. Off the Air Antenna + Pole + all Coax cables + terminators. 6. Weight distribution Hitch is installed and included 7. Sway control is installed and is included. 8. . Upgraded propane tanks. 2-30 pound tanks with cover in lieu of 2-20 pound tanks. 9. All bathroom amenities included: toilet paper, wash cloths, bath towels, soap dish, 1 gal. Of black water tank treatment, shower mat, bathroom floor mat. 10. Toaster, Waffle Maker, Keurig coffee maker with K-cups. 11. All water hoses, white, grey, and black.
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5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Laurence Shapiro

Reviewed on February 24, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Airstream Basecamp 20x view listing

3.0
I need to clarify that half of my discontent is toward the dealer and the other half is my discontent with the quality of fit and finish in the AIRSTREAM BASECAMP 20' RV. First off I bought this RV for business purposes mainly. I travel all year long to many different states but live in...read more
I need to clarify that half of my discontent is toward the dealer and the other half is my discontent with the quality of fit and finish in the AIRSTREAM BASECAMP 20' RV. First off I bought this RV for business purposes mainly. I travel all year long to many different states but live in COLORADO. When asking the dealer if the AIRSTREAM BASECAMP 20' can be uses in the winter? His reply was, "Oh yes its rated down to 0 degrees F" Excellent! So this problem falls on me. Had I researched it better and read the manual before purchasing I would have realized, "NO IN FACT IT CANNOT BE USED WITH ALL FEATURES BELOW 32 DEGREES F" Okay begrudgingly I accept responsibility for this mistake. However it is an off road trailer. It is Airstreams answer to to off road customers. Being that this dealer is in COLORADO, one would think they would inform you "NO IN FACT IT CANNOT BE USED IN WINTER". Alright my fault. Now onto the Fit and Finish of the RV. The time it took to research the RV's on the market, I kept running into how Airstream is the Highest quality, Best Resale value, etc etc... So okay great... that's what Im looking for. All along the main reason I chose Airstream was mainly because of the No Formaldehyde used in the components. When looking at other RV's my eyes would burn upon entering the unit. This did not happen with the BASECAMP. However I do not understand how Airstream and Dealers and Periodicals claim they hold their value so well when they are maid and finished with some very low quality parts! For instance: INSIDE FINISHES: 1) Storage; Every glass door handle from inside storage doors has fallen off at least two times each in the 6 months I've owned it. The glass actually moves in the hinges so it can easily fall out if one isn't super vigilant in making sure its closed properly. 2) Bathroom; The bathroom door handle mechanism has fallen off. The shower head, the shower head holder and shower head tube is all very cheap plastic that is simply screwed into the Aluminum sheeting not into any stud. So be very careful about how you tug on it because 3 lbs of force will remove it entirely from the wall! 3) Other fit and finish issues but too numerous to take up the readers valuable time, you get the point. OUTSIDE FINISHES: 4) The doors have a tiny tiny latch that holds them from inadvertently closing. These latches are not anchored in anything except for the sheet of super thin aluminum. A wrong pull or strong wind will pull the latch right out of the aluminum. you can see the 2 inch travel in the sheet if you pull on it softly. 5) The plastic cover on the hitch to hide the electric cable the propane tanks and other items is so flimsy it has no locking capability and has elastic cords to hold top down. Ive had it 6 months now and will have to replace these with in another 6 months. 6) The manufacturer puts a "Rock Guard" on the two front sides of the trailer which is a great idea! Terrible execution though. When driving down the road if you glance in the rear view mirror the flex and contortion forces on these panels makes me worry how long they will be on the unit? They literally look like they will break off any moment. 7) I ordered an after market rack for the rear of the RV that I could install for carrying my generators. Awesomely constructed rack btw! its from "EZ-Rack". In any event, the instructions on putting this rack on are to remove the under panel in the rear to get at the studs to mound rack mounts too. Well in doing so you see that no wonder the manufacturer of the RV doesn't recommend using the RV in the winter cause there isn't a stitch of insulation anywhere to be found and the gauge of aluminum used is deplorable. I could continue in this same vane for like 20 more items but I want the moderators to allow this review and i find myself beginning to get angst and its probably showing so ill finish with the following statement: We pain $58,000 for this RV and it is simply NOT WORTH IT. I hope someone finds this rant helpful and sorry to those that may really love their RV. This just wast as good as an "AMERICAN" product should be! Laurence Shapiro PS Anyone want to buy a RV LOL?
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2.0
Overall quality
2.0
Floorplan
4.0
Driving/towing
4.0
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3.0
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Boomer

Florida

Reviewed on June 28, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Airstream Classic 30RB Twin view listing

3.0
This is my 3rd Airstream - the first two, a Bambi and a Flying Cloud were great but ultimately the Floor Plans were too cramped for us, but we felt they were incredibly well built and exactly what I hoped an Airstream would be - But if this Classic is representative of what Airstream is building...read more
This is my 3rd Airstream - the first two, a Bambi and a Flying Cloud were great but ultimately the Floor Plans were too cramped for us, but we felt they were incredibly well built and exactly what I hoped an Airstream would be - But if this Classic is representative of what Airstream is building today since Covid then its not your Fathers Airstream! They supposedly had to source materials from other suppliers and they opted for poorer quality and didnt alter their design for the new components so cabinetry doesnt fit, options dont function and these failings are not likely to be addressed by Airstream, components are a far lesser Quality in what is supposed to be their Flagship than was in my Flying Cloud And attention to Quality of workmanship _ GONE - There is a huge depression in the side of my unit that the dealer and I are sure isnt a dent but a fault in Construction. Keep in mind the prices have risen 10s of thousands of dollars and the leadtime to get one is 18 months, so they had the money and time to build it right and chose not to I DO LOVE the layout and creature features - I just hope this doesnt continue to be a nightmare - we will try to fix what we can and live with the rest - just hope it doesnt get worse!
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2.0
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2.0
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5.0
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4.0
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Grammy

Oregon

Reviewed on June 3, 2022

RV reviewed 2022 Airstream Atlas Murphy Suite view listing

3.8
We bought our Atlas 7 months ago and have enjoyed it immensely. We went on a 5 week roadtrip and at times it felt small but for the most part you just have to be organized. My husband loves driving the RV and would not want to drive anything larger. Some issues we have had are the fiberglass next...read more
We bought our Atlas 7 months ago and have enjoyed it immensely. We went on a 5 week roadtrip and at times it felt small but for the most part you just have to be organized. My husband loves driving the RV and would not want to drive anything larger. Some issues we have had are the fiberglass next to the driver side has cracked, one stabilizer won't come down, the multi locking system won't work on the main cabin door, and the drawers in the bathroom won't lock so they fly open on sharp turns. To get these taken care of under warranty is a big hassle. We are 260 miles from the closest Airstream authorized repair shop. We will need to drive it there, fly home, as they need it for at least 3 weeks, fly back, and then drive it home. As you know that is a big expense. When I called Airstream all they would say is sorry, but that is the way it is. My suggestion is not to buy any Airstream unless you live close to an authorized repair shop.
Livability
4.0
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4.0
Floorplan
5.0
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5.0
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1.0
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